Thomas Jefferson School of Law: Annual Women & the Law Conf. - Global Panel

THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW
13 th Annual Women & the Law Conference
HER HONOR: Women in the Judiciary
Welcoming Remarks, Intro and… read more

THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW

13 th Annual Women & the Law Conference

HER HONOR: Women in the Judiciary

Welcoming Remarks, Intro and History

Rudolph C. Hasl, Dean and President, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Julie Cromer-Young, Associate Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Susan Bisom-Rapp, Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Global Perspectives

Moderator: Bryan Wildenthal, Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

No Lenoir, Former French Supreme Court Justice and French Cabinet Minister for EU Affairs

Leslie Kuan-Hsi Wang, Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School of Law

Carlo Ayres Britto, recently retired Chief Justice of Brazil Supreme Court

Nienke Grossman, Assistant Professor, University of Baltimore School of Law

Domestic Perspectives

Moderator: Lillian Lim, San Diego Superior Court Judge (Retired)

Sally Kenney, Newcomb College Endowed Chair, Professor of Political Science, Executive Director, Newcomb College Institute of Tulane University

Herma Hill Kay, Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley School of Law, Boalt Hall, Former Dean of Boalt Hall

Justice Laurie Zelon, California Court of Appeals, 2nd District

Carla D. Pratt, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, Pennsylvania State Dickinson School of Law, Associate Justice of the Standing Rock Sioux Supreme Court

Keynote Address - Women and Judging: A Feminist Approach to Judgment and the Issue of Customary Law.

Moderator: Julie Greenberg, Professor, Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Susan Williams , Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lecturer, the Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Constitutional Democracy at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law - Former Ginsburg Clerk; Author Truth, Autonomy & Speech: Feminist Theory & the 1 st Amendment." close

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