Accomplished public interest
lawyers will share work of our
featured legal scholars in lay
terms; relate the underlying
principles to real life case
s; and
propose appropriate reform
efforts.
 
Our NGO Co-Sponsors:

  • Government Accountability Project (GAP) - Founded in 1977, GAP is the nation’s leading
    whistleblower protection and advocacy organization. Located in Washington, D.C., GAP is a
    nonpartisan, public interest group. In addition to focusing on whistleblower support in its stated
    program areas, GAP leads campaigns to enact whistleblower protection laws both domestically
    and internationally. GAP also conducts an accredited legal clinic for law students, and offers an
    internship program year-round.
Visit GAP

  • National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) - Since 2003, NBJC has provided leadership at the intersection of mainstream civil rights groups and mainstream LGBT organizations, advocating for
    the unique challenges and needs of the African American LGBT community that are often
    relegated to the sidelines. NBJC envisions a world where all people are fully-empowered to
    participate safely, openly and honestly in family, faith and community, regardless of race, gender
    identity or sexual orientation.
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  • National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA) - NFOJA is a grassroots, judicial reform initiative.  It strives to get past debates on judicial integrity with workable solutions to help ensure
    America’s judiciary is unbiased, remains faithful to the Constitution, and follows the rule of law.
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  • POPULAR (formerly POPULAR, Inc.) - POPULAR is an acronym for "Power Over Poverty Under Laws of America Restored" and a legal reform organization, committed to helping poor and other
    disadvantaged people access affordable and competent legal representation, appropriate
    judicial oversight, and important civil and criminal justice system reforms.
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Our Legacy Sponsor:

Matthew F. Fogg retired as a Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal with 32 years of outstanding public service.  Mr. Fogg graduated from
Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He was sworn
in by the United States Marshals Service (USMS) as a Deputy U.S. Marshal and soon became a highly decorated federal law
enforcement officer.  Mr. Fogg was cross designated a Supervisory Special Agent "Group Supervisor" in charge of a U.S. Drug
Enforcement Administration (DEA) joint drug and gun interdiction - Metropolitan Area Task Force. Later he was promoted to Inspector-
In-Charge of the USMS Foreign Fugitive section linked with the ‘International Criminal Police Organization’ – INTERPOL, the world’s
largest international police organization with 188 member countries involving “who’s who” in worldwide law enforcement personnel.

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Zena
Crenshaw-Logal,
Esq.
Panelist
Attorney Zena
Crenshaw-Logal*
is
Co-Administrator of National
Forum On Judicial
Accountability (NFOJA),  
POPULAR (Power Over
Poverty Under Laws of
America Restored) and OAK
(Organizations Associating for
the Kind of Change America
Really Needs).

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Professor
Vincent R.
Johnson
Panelist
Professor Jeffrey
J. Rachlinski
Panelist
Professor Jeffrey J.
Rachlinski
 is an
innovator in both
administrative law, and in
social psychology and the
law.  He is author of our
featured article “Iqbal and
the Role of the Courts:
Why Heightened
Pleading--Why Now?”,
114
Penn St. Law Review
1247 (Spring 2010)

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OAK
Organizations Associating
for the Kind of Change
America Really Needs
Fallout Shelter
A Political Action Group
M.A.D.A.M.
Matriarchial Awareness
of Domestic Violence Against
Men
J.A.W.S.




Judicial
Action
Watch
Society
Drum Majors For Truth
Black Talk Radio Network
Indiana

Tenth Amendment Center
Various patriots who
support Anonymous
Whistle Watch
PROGRAM PATRONS:
Dr. Stephanie Williams is
as an international human
rights law advocate, an
independent consultant
on human rights issues,
and a global grassroots
organizer-activist with
more than fifteen years of
experience in her field.  
She has assisted victims
of rape, torture, botched
honor killings, female
genital mutilation, human

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Stephanie
Williams, J.D.
Symposium
Moderator
Tom Devine,
Esq.
Panelist
Attorney Tom Devine is
Legal Director of
Government Accountability
Project (GAP).  He has been
with GAP since January
1979. Attorney Devine has
been a leader in the
campaigns to pass or defend
20 major national or
international whistleblower
laws, including every one
enacted over the last two

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Professor Kylar
W. Broadus
Panelist
Professor Kylar W.
Broadus
serves on the
Board of Directors for
National Black Justice
Coalition.  He is an
associate professor of
business law at Lincoln
University of Missouri, a
historically black college
where he serves as chair
of the business
department. Mr. Broadus
has maintained a general

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Professor Lara A.
Bazelon
Panelist
Professor Terri
R. Day
Panelist
Professor Drew
Noble Lanier
Panelist
Professor Lara A.
Bazelon
is the Clinical
Teaching Fellow for the
University of California,
Hastings College of the
Law and author of our
featured article “Putting
the Mice in Charge of the
Cheese:  Why Federal
Judges Cannot Always Be
Trusted to Police
Themselves and What
Congress Can Do About
It”, 97
Ky. Law J. 439
(2008-2009).  

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Professor Terri R. Day
teaches in the areas of
Constitutional Law, Torts,
Professional Responsibility,
and First Amendment at
the Barry University,
Dwayne O. Andreas School
of Law.  She is author of
our featured article "Speak
No Evil: Legal Ethics v.
First Amendment", 32
J.
Legal Prof.
161 (2008).

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Professor Drew Noble
Lanier
is the Associate
Professor of Political
Science Fellow at the
Lou Frey Institute of
Politics & Government,
University of Central
Florida.  He co-authored
our featured article “In
The Eye Of The
Hurricane: Florida Courts,
Judicial Independence,
And Politics", 29
Fordham
Urb. L. J. 1029
(2001 -
2002).

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Professor Vincent R.
Johnson
teaches and
writes principally in the
areas of Tort Law, Legal
Ethics, Remedies, and
Legal Malpractice at St.
Mary's University School
of Law at San Antonio,
Texas.  He is author of our
featured article “The
Ethical Foundations of
American Judicial
Independence”, 29
Fordham Urban L. J. 1007
(2001- 2002).

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