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CLE Materials

Please note that all CLE credits for Reunion Panel and Classes will be transitional, professional practice with the exception of Class I, which will offer one transitional, ethics credit. In an effort to conserve resources, we will have a very limited supply of printed CLE materials at Reunion available by request, first-come, first-serve.

 

Academic Panel: Is Congress Its Own Worst Enemy? Partisanship in Modern Politics

End of the Dialogue? Political Polarization, the Supreme Court, and Congress

It's Even Worse Than it Looks

Bringing Big Money Out of the Shadows

How to fix our polarized politics? Stengthen political parties.

Why the Center Does Not Hold: The Causes of Hyperpolarized Democracy in America

 

Class I: The Legal Industry of Tomorrow Arrived Yesterday: What Will it Mean for Lawyers and the Regulation of Legal Services?

A Profession, If You Can Keep It:How Information Technology and Fading Borders Are Reshaping the Law Marketplace and What We Should Do About It


Class II: Sentencing Law and Policy

Criminal Law and its Processes
 

Class III: Uncovering Talent: Toward a More Inclusive Legal Profession

Uncovering talent: A new model of inclusion

ROGERS v. AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC. 527 F.Supp. 229 (1981)

 

Class IV: Why do People Pay Taxes?

Why do People Pay Taxes?