Thursday, July 12, 2012

Oregon Law Review Symposium Dedicated to Arthur Miller

Now in print is the Oregon Law Review’s symposium issue: Miller’s Courts: Media, Rules, Policy, and the Future of Access to Justice, covered earlier here. From Mary Kay Kane’s Foreword:

It is most appropriate that the Oregon Law Review is dedicating this Symposium, which is focused on questions relating to access to justice in our civil courts, to Professor Arthur R. Miller, because his entire career has been dedicated to trying to preserve and increase public access to justice. His voice on these questions can be heard in multiple venues. Through his work on rulemaking, legislative drafting, treatise writing, CLE seminars, public television, public speaking, litigation, and writing law review articles and popular books, Arthur Miller has contributed to collaborations among the academy, the bench, and the bar in ways that have enriched both the legal community and civil society in deep and profound ways.

Contents and links below:


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