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  • Event Video – Acceptance Speech | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Kit Event Video Intro Event Video Acceptance Speech Event Video Full Morris Dees Justice Award Farmworker Activist Wins 2007 Morris Dees Justice Award International Programs The Business of Being a Lawyer Public Interest Institute Symposia Upcoming Symposia Imagining a More Just World LGBT Antidiscrimination Law and Policy After Hobby Lobby 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act Law and Lies Symposium Archives Legal Ethics Surrounding E Discovery and Tech Law Symposium Rhetorical Process and Legal Judgments Symposium Meador Lectures on Equality The Legacy of 1964 Race Gender Inequity 50 Years Later New York Times v Sullivan A World Without Privacy What Can Should Law Do Speakers Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Speakers The Structure of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/harper-lee-prize-for-legal-fiction/archive-2011/event-video-acceptance-speech/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Morris Dees Justice Award | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Meagher Flom LLP and The University of Alabama School of Law announced today that Larry Hammond founder and chair of the Arizona Justice Project and the creator of the Center for Forensic Science and Public Policy at The American Judicature Society has been awarded the 2010 Morris Dees Justice Award Hammond the 2010 award recipient has spent much of his career in public service including stints clerking for U S Supreme Court Justices Hugo L Black and Lewis F Powell Jr as an Assistant Special Prosecutor during Watergate and as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice Hammond is the founder and chair of the Arizona Justice Project and a member of the Board of the Arizona Capital Representation Project He also serves as chair of the Criminal Justice Reform Committee of The American Judicature Society AJS an organization he served as president from 2003 to 2005 Hammond is honored for his tireless work to correct systemic injustice in death penalty litigation in the United States for his representation of defendants in capital cases and for leading efforts to create the AJS Institute for Forensic Science and Public Policy during his presidency of AJS A recipient of many local and national awards Hammond was nominated by a distinguished group that included former U S Attorney General Janet Reno and former Dean of Yale Law School Harold Hongju Koh Full 2010 Morris Dees Justice Award Press Release Award The award was given annually for five years to a lawyer who has devoted his or her career to serving the public interest and pursuing justice and whose work has brought about positive change in the community state or nation About the Award The University of Alabama School of Law and Skadden Arps established the

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/morris-dees-award/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Farmworker Activist Wins 2007 Morris Dees Justice Award | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    York on November 15 2007 New York NY PRWEB October 1 2007 Arthur N Read General Counsel for Friends of Farmworkers Inc a legal services provider in Philadelphia has been awarded the 2007 Morris Dees Justice Award Skadden Arps Slate Meagher Flom LLP Affiliates and The University of Alabama School of Law announced Mr Read s honor today Morris Dees will present the award during a reception at Skadden s offices in New York on November 15 2007 The Morris Dees Justice Award was created in 2006 by Skadden and The University of Alabama School of Law to honor Dees an Alabama graduate for his life long devotion to public service The award is given annually to a lawyer who has devoted his or her career to serving the public interest and pursuing justice and whose work has brought about positive change in the community state or nation Last year s winner was U S District Judge William Wayne Justice of the Eastern District of Texas The selection committee recognized Read for nearly 30 years of tireless courageous and effective representation of farmworkers and immigrants Read was nominated by more than 20 organizations and individuals As Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Pedro A Cortés noted in his supporting letter It is fitting that he be considered in the company of Morris Dees In a like manner Mr Read has dedicated his career and life to providing a voice for the disadvantaged and advocating on behalf of the underprivileged Read graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1972 and from New York University School of Law in 1976 He worked at Eisner Levy Steel and Bellman P C and at Camden Regional Legal Services prior to joining Friends of Farmworkers in 1982 A frequent lecturer and author on workers rights Read

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/morris-dees-award/farmworker-activist-wins-2007-morris-dees-justice-award/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Upcoming Symposia | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Award Farmworker Activist Wins 2007 Morris Dees Justice Award International Programs The Business of Being a Lawyer Public Interest Institute Symposia Upcoming Symposia Imagining a More Just World LGBT Antidiscrimination Law and Policy After Hobby Lobby 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act Law and Lies Symposium Archives Legal Ethics Surrounding E Discovery and Tech Law Symposium Rhetorical Process and Legal Judgments Symposium Meador Lectures on Equality The Legacy of 1964 Race Gender Inequity 50 Years Later New York Times v Sullivan A World Without Privacy What Can Should Law Do Speakers Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Speakers The Structure of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History Participants Symposia Podcasts Registration Externships Cross Disciplinary Program Lecture Podcasts Law Journals Upcoming Symposia

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/symposiums/upcoming-symposia-2/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Imagining a More Just World | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Inequity 50 Years Later New York Times v Sullivan A World Without Privacy What Can Should Law Do Speakers Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Speakers The Structure of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History Participants Symposia Podcasts Registration Externships Cross Disciplinary Program Lecture Podcasts Law Journals Imagining a More Just World April 10 2015 Welcome Introduction Vice Dean James Leonard The University of Alabama School of Law Dr Austin Sarat Justice Hugo L Black Visiting Senior Faculty Scholar The University of Alabama School of Law and Associate Dean of the Faculty William Nelson Cromwell Professor Jurisprudence Political Science Amherst College Session I From Left to Rights Civil Liberties Lawyering Between the World Wars Laura Weinrib University of Chicago School of Law

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/symposiums/imagining-a-more-just-world/ (2016-02-12)
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  • LGBT Antidiscrimination Law and Policy After Hobby Lobby | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Law and Lies Symposium Archives Legal Ethics Surrounding E Discovery and Tech Law Symposium Rhetorical Process and Legal Judgments Symposium Meador Lectures on Equality The Legacy of 1964 Race Gender Inequity 50 Years Later New York Times v Sullivan A World Without Privacy What Can Should Law Do Speakers Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Speakers The Structure of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History Participants Symposia Podcasts Registration Externships Cross Disciplinary Program Lecture Podcasts Law Journals LGBT Antidiscrimination Law and Policy After Hobby Lobby Welcome Introduction Mark Brandon Dean and Thomas E McMillan Professor of Law The University of Alabama School of Law Tiffany Ray Editor in Chief Alabama Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review Session I LGBT Antidiscrimination Law and Policy After Hobby Lobby Professor Leslie Griffin University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Law Introduction Nathan Gilbert Alabama Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review Session II Hobby Lobby and the Future of LGBT Rights Law Policy and Politics Professor Ira Lupu George Washington University Law School Introduction Brad Hargett Alabama Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review Session III A Zombie in the Supreme Court The Elane Photography Cert Denial Professor Andrew Koppelman Northwestern University School of Law Introduction Shalyn Smith Alabama Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review Session IV Keynote Speaker David Dinielli Deputy Legal Director Southern Poverty Law

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/symposiums/lgbt-antidiscrimination-law-and-policy-after-hobby-lobby/ (2016-02-12)
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  • 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    and Tech Law Symposium Rhetorical Process and Legal Judgments Symposium Meador Lectures on Equality The Legacy of 1964 Race Gender Inequity 50 Years Later New York Times v Sullivan A World Without Privacy What Can Should Law Do Speakers Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Civility Legality and the Limits of Justice Speakers The Structure of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History Participants Symposia Podcasts Registration Externships Cross Disciplinary Program Lecture Podcasts Law Journals 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act Sponsored by the Alabama Law Review February 27 2015 Welcome Introduction Mark Brandon Dean and Thomas E McMillan Professor of Law Paul Horwitz Gordon Rosen Professor of Law Johnny Wilhelm Alabama Law Review Session I Jack Bass Author and Historian Session II Professor Kareem Crayton University of North

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/symposiums/50th-anniversary-of-the-voting-rights-act/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Law and Lies | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    of Standing at 25 Judge William A Fletcher The Punitive Imagination The Punitive Imagination Speakers Civil Rights in the American Story Civil Rights in the American Story Speakers Knowing the Suffering of Others Speaker List Matters of Faith Matters of Faith Speakers Dissenting Voices Dissenting Voices Speakers Merciful Judgments Transitions Imagining Legality Speech and Silence in American Law Participants Sovereignty Emergency and Legality Participants Legal Doubt Scientific Certainty Participants Imagining a New Constitution Participants Law s History Participants Symposia Podcasts Registration Externships Cross Disciplinary Program Lecture Podcasts Law Journals Law and Lies Friday October 10 2014 University of Alabama School of Law Moot Courtroom 140 From the noble lie of Plato s Republic to the controversy about former President Clinton s lying in the Monica Lewinsky case from the use of secrecy in today s war against terrorism to the endless spinning of political campaigns from President John Kennedy s behavior during the Cuban missile crisis to cover ups concerning pedophile priests in the Catholic church from Freud s efforts to decode the secrets beneath civilized life to contemporary exposés of the private lives of politicians lying and deception seem ubiquitous in our public life And what is true in our public life is also true in our legal life While the law recognizes deceit as a cause of action in torts as the late Arthur Leff famously noted the law tolerates a lot of deception in market transactions In addition while law condemns lying under oath it condones deceptive silence While law condemns entrapment it condones deception and decoys as acceptable tools in the enforcement of the criminal law While the law values truth it defends the right to lie as an aspect of freedom of speech This conference will investigate the way law responds to lying and deception

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/programs/symposiums/law-and-lies/ (2016-02-12)
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