January 27, 2009
Conference on Empirical Research on the Legal Profession
[posted by Bill Henderson]
Thanks to the Georgetown Center for the Study of the Legal Profession and the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, on March 3, 2009, GULC will be holding another major conference on the empirical research on the legal profession. As always, the public is welcomed to attend. Details online here.
One of the best features of the Georgetown conferences is the intense interaction between the academics and the practitioners -- both groups learn a lot and really enjoy the experience. Over the years, the Center has generated a loyal following within the DC Bar.
Congrats to Carole Silver, Mitt Regan, Jeff Bauman, and the editors of the Georgetown Journal on Legal Ethics for putting together a wonderful program.
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