Monday, September 26, 2011
The lecture is part of the University of Akron's legal ethics center, with its director, Frank Quirk, and it faculty director, John P. Sahl. The Lecturer is the renowned legal ethics teacher and writer Thomas Morgan of GW (who, from my experience visiting at GW a few years ago, is also a really nice guy). The announcement is:
The Third Miller-Becker Center for Professional Responsibility Distinguished Lecture in Professional Responsibility is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 28, at 4:00 P.M. at the University of Akron School of Law. Thomas D. Morgan, the Oppenheim Professor of Antitrust and Trade Regulation Law, of The George Washington University Law School, is the Distinguished Lecturer and his presentation is titled: “The Changing Face of Legal Education: Its Impact on What it Means to Be a Lawyer.” His presentation will focus on the changes the ABA has proposed in accreditation rules, what differences we may predict in the kind of graduates produced, and what those differences may make to potential clients and to others who became lawyers under different standards.
It will be in Room L-151; reception following in the Atrium. Congrats, Akron.