Stanford Law Review Conference "The American Legal Profession: Current Controversies, Future Challenges"

3/14/2008

Stanford Law School
Stanford, CA

James J. Brosnahan

James J. Brosnahan

Speaking Engagement

The Stanford Center on Ethics, the Stanford Law Review, and the John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law are pleased to host a conference of leading scholars and practitioners to discuss the changing face of the legal profession and its current challenges.

Jim Brosnahan will be a panelist on the program, "Government Lawyering and Professional Independence in the War on Terror".

Joining him on this panel are:
Robert Gordon
Chancellor Kent Professor of Law and Legal History, Yale University (moderator)
Charles Dunlap, Jr.
Deputy Judge Advocate General, United States Air Force
David Luban
University Professor, Georgetown University
Norman Spaulding
Nelson Bowman Sweitzer and Marie B. Sweitzer Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Curriculum, Stanford University


Registration for this conference is free at http://ethics.stanford.edu/alp_conference.html (MCLE Credits Available)

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