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Friday, March 2, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (MST)
In 2004, the Arizona State Law Journal published a Symposium Issue covering the impact of remand orders on American jurisprudence. Due to the Issue’s popularity, we intend to devote the Fall 2012 Issue of the Arizona State Law Journal to revisiting the topic. The 2012 Symposium will pick up where we left off, filling gaps left by the 2004 effort and addressing new concerns about the subject and the relationship between higher and lower tribunals. The published Symposium will again be preceded by a conference in Tempe, where the scholars will discuss and debate their topics and field questions from the audience. This year's Symposium will be on March 2nd.The symposium is on March 2nd from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Conference Speakers include: Michael Berch, Professor, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law; Andy Hessick, Associate Dean & Professor of Law, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law; Kevin Johnson, Dean and Professor of Law, UC Davis Law School; Justin Marceau; Assistant Professor of Law Denver Law School Shaun Martin, Professor of Law San Diego Law School; Steve Vladeck, Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Law, American University Law School; George Schatzki, Faculty Associate, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law; and Jon Sims, Professor of Law McGeorge Law School. Moderators are Arizona Supreme Court Justice Scott Bales and Paul Bender, Professor, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law.
Participants may earn up to 4 CLE credits. Lunch is included.
**Important Parking Information: The first Visitor's Pay lot is located at the southwest corner of Rural and Terrace (YOU MUST ENTER TERRACE FROM RURAL ROAD, DUE TO CONSTRUCTION & ROAD CLOSURES) ($2/hour; $8/max.)
A link to the parking map is attached: http://www.asu.edu/parking/pdf/map_tempe.pdf
If you are interested in taking the Light Rail to the event, the University/Rural stop is just one block from the College of Law.