Conferences & Symposia

Learning-at-Lunch Series for Students


9/21/15 - 4/4/16

Maryland Carey Law Dean's Suite & the Maryland Journals Association
present the

Learning-at-Lunch Series

Essential learning about the law
that you might not be exposed to in the classroom.
Lunch-time lectures followed by a Q & A.
Pizza and soft drinks provided.

 

12 - 1:30 p.m.
Room 460

Date Topic and Speaker
September 21 "Living Wills, Durable Power of Attorney, and Health Care Directives"
with Professor Diane Hoffmann
September 28 "Judicial Review and Its Relatives" with Professor Mark Graber
October 12 "Feminist Legal Theory" with Professor Leigh Goodmark
October 26 "Environmental Law and Climate Change" with Professor Robert Percival
November 9 "Ciminal Procedure in the Courtroom" with Professor Renée Hutchins
   
January 25 "Thinking about Race Critically: Critical Race Theory – What, When and Why" with Professor Taunya Lovell Banks
February 8 "From Partners to Parents: Current Issues in Family Law" with Professor Jana Singer
February 22 "Top Ten Things Every Lawyer (and Future Lawyer) Should Know About Federal Bankruptcy Law" with Professor Michelle Harner
March 7 "The Legal and Non-Legal Consequences of a Criminal Record" with Professor Michael Pinard
March 21 "Law Beyond the State?" with Professor Peter Danchin
April 4 "Religious Rites: Revisiting the First Amendment 225 Years After Ratification" with Professor Leslie Henry

 


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