Tag:symposium

Teaching Legal History Focus of Essay by Prof. Abrams

November 6th, 2013

The October issue of the American Journal of Legal History presented a symposium on “Teaching Legal History in U.S. Law Schools.” The symposium contains essays about techniques, objectives, lawyering skills and other questions from more than 30

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Students, Alumni Participate in Symposium on International Commercial Arbitration

November 5th, 2013

Members of Prof. S.I. Strong’s International Commercial Arbitration seminar participated in a mock symposium on Nov. 2. The event, which was held in the law school courtroom and was open to the public, included a keynote presentation from Mizzou Law alumnus

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Prof. Strong Speaks at Brooklyn Law School

October 23rd, 2013

Professor S.I. Strong recently spoke at Brooklyn Law School as part of a symposium, “What Law Governs International Commercial Contracts? Divergent Doctrines and the New Hague Principles.” The event was held at the Dennis J. Block Center for the Study

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Prof. Strong Publishes New Articles in U.S., England

October 4th, 2013

Prof. S.I. Strong recently had several new articles published in the United States and Europe. The first item, Cross-Border Collective Redress and Individual Participatory Rights:  Quo Vadis?,32 Civil Justice Quarterly 508 (2013), appeared in England’s leading journal on civil procedure and

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Sports Concussions Symposium Includes Prof. Abrams

September 30th, 2013

Prof. Doug Abrams spoke recently at the sports concussions symposium conducted by the Santa Clara University Institute of Sports Law and Ethics. The panel was co-hosted by the Aspen Institute’s Project Play. He is flanked by former

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