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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Just Released

The Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law has released a symposium issue, "Amateur Athletics, Professional IP." 

The Columbia Journal of Transnational Law has released its symposium, "The Challenges We Face:  A Conference Honoring Professor Richard N. Gardner's Retirement from Teaching."  The conference included panels titled, "Challenges in International Law and the United Nations," "Challenges in International Trade and Finance," "Challenges it the Transatlantic Alliance," and "Environment, Energy, Human Rights and Corporate Responsibility," with keynote addresses by former U.S. Secretary of State Zbigniew Brzezinski, former President of the International Court of Justice Stephen M. Schwebel, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Paul Volcker and Columbia law professor Richard N. Gardner, a former Ambassador to Spain and Italy.

The Connecticut Law Review has published a commentary edition titled "National Security."

The John Marshall Law Review has published its 10th Annual Employee Benefits Symposium: "The Past, Present and Future of Supreme Court Jurisprudence on ERISA."

Northwestern Law Review has published a symposium on Justice John Paul Stevens's legacy.

Pace Law Review has published a symposium titled, "Emerging Issues in Legal Procedure."

The Santa Clara Law Review has published its "Symposium on Leadership Education for Lawyers and Law Students."

The UCLA Law Review has published its symposium, "Overpoliced and Underprotected: Women, Race and Criminalization."

The UMKC Law Review has published its symposium, "FCIC and the Crisis:  Preventing the Next Financial Meltdown." 

The University of Memphis Law Review has published a symposium on capital punishment and cultural competency.

Craig Estlinbaum

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