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The Future of Law, Business and Legal Education
Friday, February 1, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (PST)
1/31/13 UPDATE: Tickets are currently sold out.
If you would like to come to the event on a stand-by basis, we will do our best to accommodate your request. However, we cannot guarantee a seat. The Symposium in its entirety will be streaming live online.
The Chapman University School of Law and Chapman Law Review
are pleased to present:
2013 Law Review Symposium
"The Future of Law, Business and Legal Education: How to Prepare Students to Meet Corporate Needs"
with special keynote speaker
Chancellor Leo E. Strine, Jr., Delaware Court of Chancery
The symposium panels will focus on legal education reform, and how law schools can prepare students to be practice ready to meet the needs of the general legal community as well as corporations and in-house counsel.
Panel 1: Can Law Schools Prepare Students to be Practice Ready?
Panel 2: Finding a Better Way to Teach
Panel 3: How to Prepare Students to Meet Corporate Needs
Panel 4: Changing the Curriculum to Keep Pace With Technology
Panel 5: Are You Entertained Yet? How Legal Education Reform Has Met The Needs of The Ever-changing Entertainment Industry
Bradley Borden, Brooklyn Law School
R. Michael Cassidy, Boston College Law School
Lee Cheng, Newegg, Inc.
Clark D. Cunningham, Georgia State University College of Law
Deven Desai, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Neil Dilloff, DLA Piper
Daniel Ferleger, Paramount Pictures
Cliff Gilbert-Lurie, Ziffren, Brittenham, Branca, Fischer, Gilbert-Lurie, Siffelman & Cook
Holly J. Gregory, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
Denise Howell, This Week in Law
Tania King, Advantage Sales and Marketing
David Levine, Elon University School of Law and Stanford Law School
Tom McGuire, William Morris Endeavor
James E. Moliterno, Washington and Lee University School of Law
David Moss, University of Connecticut
Susan Myers, Hyundai Capital America
Sara Rankin, Seattle University School of Law
Robert Rhee, University of Maryland School of Law
John Tehranian, Southwestern Law School
Symposium includes continental breakfast, lunch and reception, plus MCLE credit.
All parking areas are restricted 24 hours-per-day, seven days-per-week. During restricted hours all vehicles must display a valid parking permit. You must purchase a short-term parking permit unless you have received a pass in advance.
Guests may park in the Cypress lot, located at Sycamore and Cypress. Visitors may park in any space in the lot. Temporary permits may be purchased from the permit dispenser located next to the blue emergency phone in the middle of the parking lot. Be sure to place the permit face-up on your dashboard.
Please visit http://www.chapman.edu/discover/maps-directions/index.aspx for more information, including maps.
When & Where
Chapman University School of Law
Contact the Student and Alumni Services office for more information: 714-628-2653