Taking place days after the presidential election, this symposium brings together an extraordinary group of scholars from multiple disciplines to reflect on Professor Jack Balkin’s explanation of our current times and his predictions about where we are headed. This year's symposium will be virtual. A webinar link will be added to this site closer to the event.
The clinic hosts an annual symposium focused on the issues facing today’s veterans, including traumatic brain injury, military sexual trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder.
This year's symposium will be virtual. Registrants will be sent the link information closer to the date of the event.
The Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution at the University of Missouri School of Law is pleased to host the American Society of Comparative Law's 2019 Annual Meeting, which will include plenary panels, concurrent panels and works-in-progress sessions. The theme of the meeting is "Comparative Law and International Dispute Resolution Processes," although other comparative law subjects may be considered for concurrent panels.
This year’s Symposium will examine some of the most dramatic and troubling legal questions faced by military and veterans’ lawyers in recent history. Presenters will explain their strategies and decisions in several fascinating cases with far-reaching consequences for our nation.
From ethics issues arising out of the 9/11 tragedy and the death penalty cases pending in Guantanamo Bay to the recent Supreme Court decisions exploring the parameters of federal benefits law, our speakers will inspire advocates to zealously represent their clients’ interests at every turn.
Many veterans who prepared for and served in conflicts from WWII to the current Global War on Terror are in need of legal help. We cordially invite you to attend the Veteran Clinic’s Sixth Annual Symposium to hear and learn from those advocates who have been in the trenches and secured tremendous results for our nation’s military and veteran community.