From Rights to Reality: Reforming Stop & Frisk in Philly and NYC
Fri, May 09
11:00 AM — 1:30 PM
NAC160 Covnent Avenue
The Skadden Program invites you to our lecture on jurisprudence with a stellar panel of speakers.Lecture: David Rudovsky, University of Pennsylvania Law School.
Panel: Lynda G. Dodd, Flom Professor, City College; Jonathan Moore, lead counsel in Floyd v. New York City and professor CUNY School of Law
The public lecture and panel includes a group of the nation’s leading litigators specializing in lawsuits against the government. In addition to the public lecture, Professor Dodd is hosting a private workshop for a group of litigators and legal scholars specializing in Section 1983 litigation, the set of legal doctrines underpinning stop and frisk litigation. Law professors from across the region will be attending the workshop. Professor Dodd is the new co-chair of the American Bar Association, Section on Litigation’s Subcommittee on 1983 Litigation and is completing a book, Taming the Rights Revolution, examining the history of the Supreme Court’s Section 1983 cases. Participants in the workshop will discuss the book, as well as other new developments in Section 1983 litigation. Please contact Lynda Dodd if you are interested in participating.
Contact info. for publicity:
Lynda Dodd, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 646-413-3578