2018 Symposium - Discrimination in the Legal Profession - April 7, 2018
Western State Law Review’s Symposium Team is proud to announce the upcoming 2018 Western State Law Review Symposium:
Discrimination in the Legal Profession
The main “umbrella” topic of Discrimination in the Legal Profession will include sub-topics and issues related to the concept of discrimination in the legal profession, such as lawyer to lawyer discrimination, lawyer-client discrimination and more. One large aspect is Proposed Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4.1.
Proposed Rule 8.4.1 was brought to the team’s attention by Professor Mohr, who has been involved and working closely with the Symposium Team.
Our goal for the upcoming symposium is to attract alumni, current students, and others from the legal community to attend an event that will be both educational and thought-provoking. We desire to develop and produce an event that will bring awareness to issues of discrimination in law practice that may not be as widely known, and to provide a forum for those who are experienced to enlighten those seeking knowledge. We inspire to create a legal symposium that innovates new ideas and encourages progression in the ever-changing dynamics of the legal profession.
2018 Symposium Ticket - Discrimination in the Legal Profession
Upon purchase of the ticket, your name will be added to the list of attendees. Please see the check-in table with your ID in order to gain admission.
Note: Symposium qualifies for 3 MCLE Ethics Credits
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