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Monday, February 27, 2006

Harvard Conference: Teaching from the Left

BC CrimProf Anthony Farley is one of the principal organizers of this conference, which includes criminal law as one of its main subjects. "This conference aims to provide the teaching and theoretical tools necessary to help law professors and students address the urgency of our times from a left perspective.  We will address five main subjects: Legal Education, Contract Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and International Public Law.  The conference is sponsored by The European Law Research Center at Harvard Law School.  It will be held on March 11 - 12, 2006."   Conference site here. [Jack Chin]

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Someone sees a need for a CONFERENCE to learn how to "teach law from the left"? C'mon, you've got to be kidding. This is an April Fools joke a month early, right? (I mean, "left?")

Posted by: Clifford S Fishman | Mar 1, 2006 5:04:14 PM

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