Friday, March 8, 2019

National Injunctions: What Does the Future Hold? (Conference at Colorado Law, April 5, 2019)

On Friday, April 5, 2019, the University of Colorado Law School’s Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law will host its 2019 Rothgerber Constitutional Law Conference, “National Injunctions: What Does the Future Hold?” The conference is free and open to the public. Register here by March 29.

From the announcement:

This year's conference will feature an exciting panel of diverse scholars and lawyers with remarks by Dean S. James Anaya, University of Colorado Law School; Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General; and Professor Suzette Malveaux, University of Colorado Law School. 

Sessions will examine the past, present, and future of national injunctions and the remedy’s impact on immigration, civil rights, separation of powers, and more. Topics include court authority and policy considerations, lessons learned from various models, and other conceptions of national injunctions.

Panelists are:

    • Alan Trammell, University of Arkansas School of Law 
    • Doug Rendleman, Washington & Lee University School of Law
    • Suzette Malveaux, University of Colorado Law School
    • Charlton Copeland, University of Miami School of Law
    • David Hausman, Esq., ACLU
    • Zachary D. Clopton, Cornell Law School
    • Michael T. Morley, Florida State University College of Law
    • Ahmed White, University of Colorado Law School
    • Howard Wasserman, Florida International University College of Law 
    • Portia Pedro, Boston University School of Law
    • Mila Sohoni, University of San Diego School of Law

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