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California Western regularly hosts conferences and symposia exploring emerging trends in the law and legal education. Below are examples of recent and upcoming events.

To find out more about our scholarly programs, contact Professor Joanna Sax.

Tim Casey in professional ethics discussionLegal Ethics Conference

February 10-11, 2017

This conference focuses on improving the way we teach legal ethics and includes presentations by thought-leaders who will discuss the role and effect of heuristics and behavioral economics in legal ethics as well as new and innovative courses and teaching methods.

 

2016 Air & Space Law SymposiumAir and Space Law Symposium

March 10-12, 2016

In partnership with the Air Law Institute, California Western School of Law hosts the third annual Air & Space Law Symposium, bringing together aerospace industry leaders, practicing air and space attorneys, and legal scholars to address current and emerging issues in the field.

 

Air & Space Law SymposiumAir and Space Law Symposium

March 12-14, 2015

In partnership with the Air Law Institute, California Western hosted the first-ever Air & Space Law Symposium, bringing together aerospace industry leaders, practicing air and space attorneys, and legal scholars to address current and emerging issues in the field.

 

Enhancing Social Justice IncubatorsEnhancing Social Justice through the Development of Incubators and Residency Programs II

February 27-28, 2015

Building on the momentum from the first conference at Touro Law in April, 2014, this conference will describe and advance the phenomenal growth of post graduate law programs and the new wave of affordable legal services for groups without access to legal resources. The conference will address the impact of these developments on law school recruiting, curricular reform, collaboration between bench, bar, and academics, technology and delivery of legal services, evolution of professional role models, and access to justice.

For more information, contact Professor Robert Seibel at rseibel@cwsl.edu.