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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights and Virginia Law Review Symposia

Two symposia, one hosted by the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights, the other by the Virginia Law Review, will begin on March 28.

First, from the Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights website:

TJCLCR is partnering with the William Wayne Justice Center and The University of Texas School of Law's Civil Rights Clinic to present a conference that will examine the law as a tool to close the educational achievement gap, with a special focus on Texas. Closing the achievement gap requires a multi-faceted approach that addresses issues at the community, school, and policy levels. Aimed at education reformers, lawyers, educators, policy makers, scholars, and students, this conference will explore ongoing law-related efforts to close the achievement gap as well as possible future initiatives.

Agenda and registration information for this one-day symposium is here.

The Virginia Law Review will celebrate its 100th year with a symposium discussing "four of the most influential and thought provoking articles published in the Virginia Law Review."  The four articles scheduled to be discussed are:

  • Anthony J. Bellia, Jr. and Bradford R. Clark, The Law of Nations as Constitutional Law, 98 Va. L. Rev. 729 (2012);
  • Michael W. McConnell, Originalism and the Desegregation Decisions, 81 Va. L. Rev. 947 (1995);
  • Ronald J. Gilson and Reinier H. Kraakman, The Mechanisms of Market Efficiency, 70 Va. L. Rev. 549 (1984); and of course,
  • Fred Rodell, Goodbye to Law Reviews, 23 Va. L. Rev. 38 (1936).

Event details and registration information for this two-day symposium are here.

Craig Estlinbaum

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