Regent University Law Review’s 31st Annual Symposium

Symposium Overview

Regent University Law Review’s 31st Annual Symposium is designed to address mental health within the law. The three panels will discuss Mental Health Within the Legal Profession, Mental Health Within the Court System, and Mental Health Within Juvenile/Family Law. The Keynote address will discuss Mental Health and Capital Punishment. The Closing Remarks will address Mental Health and Sentencing.

Featured speakers include:

John Berry, Esq.
The Hon. Tanya Bullock
Christianna Cunningham, Esq.
The Hon. John R. Doyle III
Leonard Heath, Esq.
Emily Hedrick, Esq.
Dr. Kristen Hudacek, Psy. D.
Corinna Barrett Lain, Esq.
Kamala Lannetti, Esq.
James Leffler, MS LPC
Julie E. McConnell, Esq.
The Hon. Joseph A. Migliozzi Jr.
Mark C. Palmer, Esq.
Mary Kelly Tate, Esq.
Leslee Tingle, Esq.
The Hon Jacqueline F. Ward Talevi

 

For more information, please contact us via email.

Details

Date: November 2, 2018
Time: 8:15 AM – 4:20 PM
Location: Regent University Robertson Hall. Keynote Address and Banquet Lunch hosted in the Library Atrium.
Registration Deadline: October 30, 2018

Cost

Regent Students: $20 for Keynote Address and Banquet Lunch only.

Non-Regent Students (not seeking CLE credit): $25 for Keynote Address and Banquet Lunch only.

Practicing Attorneys: $50. Includes printed CLE materials and seat at Keynote Address and Banquet Lunch.


Symposium Registration

The registration deadline has passed. If you have any questions, please email us at lawreview@regent.edu.

 

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