Thursday, September 16, 2021

PAC-12 Access to Justice Series features race and immigration scholars

The PAC-12 offers more than sports. This fall it will offer a speaker series around the theme "access to justice." Among the many important topics is a talk on Responding to the Humantarian Crisis in Afghanistan (September 28) and The Limits of Universal Representation for Immigrants (November 30). Registration links for the first two talks now posted; others will be added during the series.

September 21
September 28
David Oppenheimer
University of California Berkeley School of Law

Responding to the Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan
October 5
Margaret Hagan
Stanford University Law School

Justice Innovation
October 12
Anna Carpenter
University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

Judges in Lawyerless Courts
October 19
Stacy Butler and Christopher Griffin
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law

Developing and Simulating Non-Lawyer Models of Medical Debt Advocacy
October 26
Scott Skinner-Thompson
University of Colorado Law School

Identity By Committee
November 2
Laura Gomez
University of California Los Angeles School of Law

Inventing Latinos: A New Story of American Racism
November 9
Justin Weinstein-Tull
Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

Title coming soon
November 16
Kimberly Johnson
University of Oregon School of Law

This is My America: Stories, Storytelling and Access to Justice
November 30
Angélica Cházaro
University of Washington School of Law

Due Process Deportations? The Limits of Universal Representation for Immigrants


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