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Thursday - October 20, 2011

  • 9:30am - 10:15am:  
Sign-in; Walk-in Registration

  • 10:30am:
Moderator, Dr. Stephanie Williams -
Opening, Welcome, and Panel Introductions

  • 10:45am:
Opening Remarks / Presentation Overview -
Attorney Tom Devine, Legal Director
Government Accountability Project

  • 11:00am:
Opening Remarks / Presentation Overview -
Professor Kylar W. Broadus, Board Member
National Black Justice Coalition

  • 11:15am:
Opening Remarks / Presentation Overview -
Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal, CEO
NFOJA and POPULAR, Inc.

  • 11:30am:
Intra-panel Dialogue / Audience Questions

  • Noon - 1:15pm:
Catered Lunch Break

  • 1:30pm:
Moderator Remarks

  • 1:35pm - 2:20pm:
Presentation -  Attorney Tom Devine,
Government Accountability Project

> Intra-panel Dialogue / Audience Questions

  • 2:30pm - 3:15pm:
Presentation - Professor Kylar W. Broadus
National Black Justice Coalition

> Intra-panel Dialogue / Audience Questions

    - BREAK -

  • 3:30pm - 4:15pm:
Presentation  - Attorney Zena Crenshaw-Logal
NFOJA and POPULAR, Inc.

> Intra-panel Dialogue / Audience Questions

  • 4:45pm:  ADJOURNMENT

  • 6:30pm - 8:30pm
         Legacy Reception and Dinner
         @ The Trattoria
         Matthew Fogg,
         Keynote Speaker
Stephanie
Williams, J.D.
Symposium
Moderator
Tom Devine,
Esq.
Panelist
Professor Terri
R. Day
Panelist
Professor Kylar
W. Broadus
Panelist
Professor Drew
Noble Lanier
Panelist
Zena
Crenshaw-Logal,
Esq.
Panelist
Professor
Vincent R.
Johnson
Panelist
Professor Jeffrey
J. Rachlinski
Panelist
University of Baltimore
Business Center Caseroom, Room 221
11 W. Mt. Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201

October 2011 Program Agenda
Friday - October 21, 2011

  • 9:00am - 9:30am:  
Sign-in; Walk-in Registration

  • 9:45am:
Moderator, Dr. Stephanie Williams -
Opening, Welcome, and Panel Introductions

  • 10:00am - 10:45am:
Presentation -  Professor Terri R. Day, author of our featured article "Speak No Evil: Legal Ethics
v. First Amendment", 32
J. Legal Prof. 161 (2008).

>  Audience Questions

  • 11:00am - 11:45am:
Presentation - Professor Jeffrey J. Rachlinski,
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)

>  Audience Questions

  • Noon - 1:15pm:
Catered Lunch Break

  • 1:30pm:
Moderator Remarks

  • 1:35pm - 2:20pm:
Presentation  - Professor Drew Noble Lanier,
author of our featured article “In The Eye Of The
Hurricane: Florida Courts, Judicial Independence,
And Politics", 29
Fordham Urb. L. J. 1029 (2001 -
2002).

>  Audience Questions

  • 2:35pm - 3:15pm:
Presentation  - Professor Vincent R. Johnson,
author of our featured article “The Ethical
Foundations of American Judicial
Independence”, 29
Fordham Urban L. J. 1007
(2001- 2002).

>  Audience Questions / BREAK

  • 3:30pm - 3:45pm:
Closing Remarks -  Professor Terri R. Day

  • 3:45pm - 4:00pm:
Closing Remarks - Prof. Jeffrey J. Rachlinski

  • 4:00pm - 4:15pm:
Closing Remarks - Prof. Drew Noble Lanier

  • 4:15pm - 4:30pm:
Closing Remarks  - Prof. Vincent R. Johnson

> Intra-panel Dialogue / Audience Questions

  • 4:45pm:  ADJOURNMENT
The University of Baltimore is:

  • located in the heart of midtown
    Baltimore’s Mount Vernon Cultural
    District

  • only a mile north of the famed Inner
    Harbor


  • easily accessible by several forms
    of public transportation: Light Rail,
    Metro Subway, MARC train, bus
    system.
Don't Miss Our Dynamic Keynote Speaker:

Ret. Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg
on
"A Promised Land, Ruled by Law, Not Men"

Legacy Reception / Dinner        Thur. October 20, 2011        6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Trattoria - 1200 N. Charles St. - Baltimore, Md  21201

Special Ticket Price for Symposium Registrants
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