Category Archives: Courts

Call for Papers: Charleston Law Review Supreme Court Issue

The Charleston Law Review, the flagship journal of the Charleston School of Law, is currently accepting papers for its Supreme Court issue. This issue will address any topic before the…

Federal Judicial Center 40th Anniversary – Portland, OR

Lewis & Clark Law School hosts the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the Federal Judicial Center Sept. 18-20, 2008. This event is co-sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center and the American…

Strategies for Jury Trials – Boston

Suffolk University Law School presents Successful Strategies for Jury Trials: The 4th Thomas F. Lambert, Jr. Conference, Oct. 24, 2008. The panels will include state and federal judges, distinguished trial…

Judicial Involvement in Education – Washington, DC

The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents From Brown to “Bong Hits”: Assessing a Half-Century of Judicial Involvement in Education Wed. Oct. 15, 2008. The event is cosponsored…

Future of Federalism – Washington, DC

AEI Legal Center for the Public Interest The Future of Federalism Cosponsored by Federalist Society Friday, September 12, 2008, 9 a.m.–3:15 p.m. Wohlstetter Conference Center, Twelfth Floor, AEI 1150 Seventeenth…

American Jury System – New York City

The ABA Commission on the American Jury Project will hold its biannual conference, the 2008 National Symposium on the American Jury System, at Fordham University Law School‘s Louis Stein Center…

Amer. Political Science Ass’n – Boston

The 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association will take place Aug. 28-31, 2008, in Boston. The theme is “Categories and the Politics of Global Inequalities”. There are…

Judicial Review – Hong Kong

The Centre for Public Law at the University of Cambridge and the School of Law at The Chinese University of Hong Kong will present a joint conference, Effective Judicial Review:…

June 9, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Duke Donald L. Horowitz (Duke Law) Harvard Charles Nesson (Harvard Law), Re-Empowering Juries

June 9, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops

Duke Donald L. Horowitz (Duke Law) Harvard Charles Nesson (Harvard Law), Re-Empowering Juries