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Twelfth Annual Liman Public Interest Colloquium

Click here for a PDF with full details of the Colloquium    

Click here to view Colloquium Videos

4-6:30 PM:  Panel:

     Why Clinical Education in the 1970s/1980s?  Why Clinical Education Now?

8 AM:   Concurrent Roundtables:

     Criminal Justice and Local Communities
     Economic Justice
     Environmental Law
     Globalization and Public Interest Law 
     Supporting and Caring for Children 
     Worker and Immigrant Rights

9:15-5:30:  Panels:

     The Sentencing Guidelines:  What Went Wrong? What Went Right?

     Detained Clients: From Danbury and Connecticut Valley Hospital to Immigration Jails and Guantánamo

     Legal Services: Invention, Retrenchment, Reconfiguration, and Collaboration

     Global Actors:  The Value and Ethics of Human Rights Clinics

     Law Schools’ Commitments to Clinical Education: Structure, Stature, and Subsidies

Sponsored by Yale Law School, the Arthur Liman Public Interest Program, and the Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund

For more information, please email YLSclinic.colloquium@yale.edu or contact Lucinda Currell at (203) 432-9165.

Click here for a photo gallery of the Colloquium.

Click here for the YLS news article on the Colloquium.

Read Invading the Ivory Tower: The History of Clinical Education at Yale Law School