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40th Anniversary of the Federal Judicial Center

Join us September 18-19 at Lewis & Clark Law School for a conference and national celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the Federal Judicial Center, the education and research agency of the federal judicial system. We are excited to welcome speakers from around the country who will present topics of national importance.

Speakers: Honorable Sandra Day O’Connor – Honorable Anthony M. Kennedy – Walter Dellinger –
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky – Professor Drew Days, III – Professor Henry T. Greely –
Professor Laurie L. Levenson – Professor Judith Resnik, and numerous other
scholars, federal trial and appellate court judges, and leading appellate lawyers

Chair: Dean Robert H. Klonoff

Topics: The Origin, History, and Accomplishments of the Federal Judicial Center
The Changing Role of the District Judge in an Era of ADR and Guilty Pleas
The Growing Impact of Science and Technology
The Costs of Increasingly Complex Civil Litigation
Balancing National Security and Individual Liberties in the Era of Terrorism
The Public’s Perception of the Federal Courts
The Changing Nature of Criminal Litigation
Appellate Court Issues and Innovations
Progress Since the 2005 Conference on Appellate Justice

Cost: $350 for full program, Oregon State Bar MCLE credit, and networking reception

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER: Go to http://law.lclark.edu/go/fjc
ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY. SPACE LIMITED