Speaking Engagement

First Annual Jurisprudence Luncheon: How Judges Decide Cases

10/25/2007

San Francisco, CA

The Litigation Section of The Bar Association of San Francisco and the SF Jurisprudence Café presents the First Annual Jurisprudence Luncheon. The Topic of this luncheon will be, "How Judges Decide Cases."

Program Highlights

  • Jim Brosnahan discusses a brief history of jurisprudence
  • Judge Joseph Grodin discusses the American realists: Holmes and Cardozo
  • Judge Stephen Reinhardt discusses the practice and theory of deciding cases
  • Judge Alex Kozinski discusses the foundation of strict construction

Cost

Student, Government and Legal Services Attorneys $30.00
Section Members $40.00
BASF Members $45.00
All Others $65.00

Register online at: http://www.sfbar.org/calendar/eventdetail.aspx?id=591

 


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