Category Archives: CONFERENCES

Breaking the Logjam: An Environmental Law for the 21st Century – New York

Breaking the Logjam: An Environmental Law for the 21st Century will be held at New York University School of Law March 28-29, 2008. The symposium is jointly organized by New…

Subprime Crisis – Hartford, CT

The Connecticut Law Review will host a symposium, The Subprime Crisis: Moving Forward, at the University of Connecticut School of Law. The standard subprime conference focuses on yesterday’s issues –…

NYLS Faculty Presentation Day – New York

New York Law School presents its fourth biennial Faculty Presentation Day on April 2. Faculty and students present their work┬Śmaking the effort to offer serious and subtle ideas in an…

Is Gay Marriage Conservative? – Houston

The South Texas Law Review hosted Is Gay Marriage Conservative? Feb. 15, 2008.

Housing Crisis for Youth Aging out of Foster Care – New York

The St. John’s University School of Law Child Advocacy Clinic hosts a symposium, No Place to Live: The Housing Crisis Facing Youth Aging-Out of Foster Care, March 28, 2008. A…

Victims and the Criminal Justice System – White Plains, NY

The Pace Law Review hosts Victims and the Criminal Justice System Symposium April 4, 2008.

Society of Legal Scholars – London

The 2008 Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars will take place at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Sept. 15-18, 2008. The theme of the conference…

Int’l Law & the English Legal System – London

The Society of Legal Scholars Public International Law Group and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law present their Seventeenth Conference on Theory and International Law, International Law and…

School Desegregation Cases, Future of Racial Equality – Columbus

The Ohio State Law Journal hosted The School Desegregation Cases and the Uncertain Future of Racial Equality, February 21-22, 2008. Webcasts are available here.

Race, Gender, Media in the 2008 Elections – New York

The Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development at St. John’s University School of Law hosts Making History: Race, Gender and the Media in the 2008 Elections…