Second Annual Jurisprudence Luncheon: The Legal Philosophies Behind the California Supreme Court's Marriage Decision

10/16/2008

Litigation

The Bar Association of San Francisco Conference Center
San Francisco, CA

James J. Brosnahan

James J. Brosnahan

Speaking Engagement

MCLE Registration: 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m
Lunch and Program: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

The Litigation Section of The Bar Association of San Francisco and the SF Jurisprudence Café presents their Second Annual Jurisprudence Luncheon. The Topic of this year's luncheon will be, "The Legal Philosophies Behind the California Supreme Court’s Marriage Decision." Speakers will discuss the philosophical underpinnings of both majority and minority opinions. Speakers: Honorable Joseph R. Grodin (Former Justice, California Supreme Court and
Distinguished Emeritus Professor of Law, University of California, Hastings School of Law) Professor Gerald F. Uelmen (Professor of Law and Director, Edwin A. Heafey Jr. Center for Trial and Appellate Advocacy, Santa Clara University School of Law) and Therese M. Stewart (Chief Deputy City Attorney, San Francisco Office of the City Attorney)

Cost:

Student, Government and Legal Services Attorneys $35.00
Section Members $45.00
BASF Members $55.00
All Others $70.00

Register online at: http://www.sfbar.org/calendar/default.aspx?type=cle

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