Friday, May 29, 2009

Carnegie conference to address legal education reform

Yes, We CArNegie: Carnegiecover That's the theme and title of a one-day summer conference in Chicago on Wednesday, July 29, 2009, at The John Marshall Law School. Designed to bring together scholars, deans, and law professors in doctrinal and skills-based disciplines to discuss the implications and challenges brought by the Carnegie Foundation's 2007 report on legal education, the conference features several notable speakers, including Erwin Chemerinsky, Bryant Garth, Lisa McElroy, Michael Hunter Schwartz, and Lisa Tautges, Director of Pro Bono for the Chicago Bar Foundation.

Click here to access and download the registration form. Registration is $75 before July 1, $90 after. Note that the conference coincides with the annual ABA meeting in Chicago. For more information (including hotel suggestions), contact Professor Maureen Straub Kordesh.

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