Wisconsin Law Review Symposium

Public Interest Mobilization and Access to Justice Movements in the New Democratic State

The 2017 Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, "Public Interest Mobilization and Access to Justice Movements in the New Democratic State," will be co-hosted with collaborating Professor Tonya Brito from University of Wisconsin Law School. The one-day symposium will explore the role of public interest law organizations in ensuring a strong democracy and civil society, examine cutting-edge empirical research in the access to justice field, and foster discussion and collaboration amongst academics, advocates and public interest leaders.

The Symposium will take place October 27, 2017, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Law School in Room 2260. All are welcome to attend.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Sincerely,

Michael Annerino and Ena Kovacevic, Symposium Editors
wisconsinlawreview.org

The symposium is unded in part by ASM in a viewpoint neutral manner. Students can request disability accommodations at diversity@asm.wisc.edu. View logo.

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