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Monday, February 15, 2016
Lunch with Jim Gash: Juvenile Justice in Uganda

Robertson Hall 107
Jim Gash is a Professor of Law and Director of Pepperdine's Global Justice Program. In 2010, Gash began traveling periodically to Uganda to help imprisoned juveniles waiting for their day in court. For six months in 2012, Gash served as Specialist Advisor to the Ugandan High Court during which time he designed and helped implement an expedited juvenile justice system. He is currently working with Ugandan Judiciary to adapt this system to the adult prison population.
Open to all. Business attire.

Friday, March 4, 2016
5th Annual Symposium

Regent Library Auditorium and Founders Inn
This year’s symposium will explore the history and future of women’s rights in light of developments in the 50 years since the landmark decision inĀ Griswold v. Connecticut, the case where the Supreme Court declared a new constitutional “right” to privacy.
www.regent.edu/justice »

Thursday, March 24, 2016
GAL Certification CLE
Robertson Hall
(classroom TBA)
This 7 credit CLE is required for all attorneys looking to receive their certification as Guardians ad Litem in Virginia. Third-year law students will receive 7 CLE credits that can be applied to their post-bar Virginia CLE requirements. (Find all qualification standards here.) First and Second year students are permitted to attend for educational purposes, but they will not receive credit or the course specific materials.
www.regent.edu/guardianadlitem »

Monday, March 28, 2016
FBI Luncheon
Robertson Hall 103
A civil rights investigative program overview from a DOJ perspective. 
Open to all. Business Attire.

 

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