Monday, May 10, 2010
THE MIDWEST FAMILY LAW CONSORTIUM
THE NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF FAMILY LAW
SUMMER 2009 CONFERENCE
JUNE 3-5, 2010
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI—KANSAS CITY SCHOOL OF LAW
WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE:
TENSIONS IN FAMILY LAW
Around the world, family law is presenting some of the most personally critical, intellectually challenging, and politically controversial issues for legal resolution. Join your colleagues to explore new scholarship addressing these issues at the co-sponsored conference of The North American Regional Meeting of the International Society of Family Law and the Midwest Family Law Consortium on June 3-5, 2010 at the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law. The conference will begin Thursday, June 3, 2010 with an opening reception. The conference presentations and workshops will be held Friday, June 4 and the morning of Saturday, June 5. Conference attendees are invited to a Friday evening dinner at Lidia’s and a tour of the Arts District.
The Midwest Family Law Consortium is an organization of law schools whose members collaborate to advance family law scholarship and teaching. Founded by the family law faculty of the University of Missouri Kansas City, William Mitchell College of Law and Indiana University Indianapolis, with additional sponsoring members Michigan State and Washburn law schools, the consortium is open to any law school, but serves primarily the Midwest region.