From the 2012 News Archive
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UM Carey Law Celebrates Diversity Week April 9-13

Monday, April 9

APALSA: Civil Rights and the "Model Minority"
11:30am - 1pm
Room 310
APALSA will be hosting a discussion panel focusing on different civil rights issues impacting the Asian American community.

Tuesday, April 10

Muslim Legal Society: Communication Management Units Panel Discussion
12pm - 2pm
Room 205
Panel Discussion regarding "secretive" Communication Management Units within the prison system. Panelists include a former CMU inmate, an attorney from Center Constitutional Rights, an NPR investigator, and law school professors.

5:00 - 7 p.m. - Keynote Event
Thurgood Marshall Lecture Series
"Courting Justice: The Enduring Legacy of Thurgood Marshall and Charles Hamilton Houston"
Ceremonial Moot Court Room (Room 160E)

You are cordially invited by the Student Bar Association to the annual Thurgood Marshall Lecture, which commemorates Justice Marshall's Life and Legacy. This year's lecture will discuss the lives of of Thurgood Marshall and Charles Hamilton Houston. Please join us for this exciting discussion. A reception with light refreshments will follow in the atrium.

Distinguished Panelists:
Larry Gibson
Professor of Law, UM Carey Law

Jose Anderson
Professor of Law, University of Baltimore

Moderator:
Phoebe A. Haddon
Dean and Professor of Law, UM Carey Law

Wednesday, April 11

BLSA and MELS: Environmental Justice Panel
12 - 2pm
Room 108

Environmental Justice panel on lead paint poisoning in Baltimore. Specifically, a discussion of the legal and practical ramifications of the recent Court of Appeals decision concerning lead paint damages along with other issues concerning lead paint poisoning in the city.

Thursday, April 12

Maryland Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class Symposium: "Cannabis:A Viable Treatment for Veterans with PTSD?
3 - 7pm
Ceremonial Moot Court Room (Room 160E)


Gynene Sullivan

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