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CLE Discussions

Please Note:  Each CLE program has been approved for 1 hour of substantive law credit (and where noted, ethics credit) for Pennsylvania lawyers. Credits may be available in other jurisdictions as well.  For each CLE credit, please bring a check made out to the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania in the amount of $25.

Friday, May 16, 2014

1:45pm

CLE Panel Discussion 1:
Working in Government & Impacting Legislation

 
imageAlyson Cooke L’89
Majority Counsel, U.S. Senate US Senate Environment & Public Works Committee
  
 
 
 
 

imageAlbert Sanders L’04
, Counsel, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee






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Carlos Uriarte L’05, Senior Counsel, U.S. Department of the Interior









Penn Law, Room TBD

 

3:00pm

CLE Panel Discussion 2:
A Systems Approach to Criminal Justice Integrity: A Look Inside Penn Law’s Newest Research and Policy Hub Focused on Catalyzing Improvements to the U.S. Criminal Justice System

 
imageJohn Hollway C’92
Associate Dean and Executive Director, Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice, University of Pennsylvania Law School

John Hollway will serve as moderator as our multi-person panel of practitioners and scholars engages the audience in a lively discussion of current topics in this field.


imageDr. Steven Raper L’12, Attending Surgeon (Gastroenterology) and Associate Professor of Surgery, Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine






Penn Law, Room TBD

 

 

 

 

 

4:15pm

CLE Panel Discussion 3:
Local and Global Art Conflicts and the Law: From the Barnes Foundation and Beyond

imageJudd Grossman L’04, Founder and Managing Partner, Grossman LLP






imageBruce Merenstein L’98, Partner, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP






Additional presenters TBD

Penn Law, Room TBD

 

4:15pm

CLE Panel Discussion 4:
Penn Law’s Kilgore Society Presents
Entertainment Everywhere: Licensing and Lawyering in the New Media Age
              
Celebrating Penn Law Alumnae
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imageStephanie Abrutyn L’91, Vice President and Senior Counsel, Litigation,
Home Box Office, Inc.



imageJulie Fenster L’83, Principal, Office of Julie R. Fenster LLC (advising startups on digital media, technology, e-commerce); former Vice President of Law and Business Affairs, Time Inc. New Media; and former Vice President of Business Affairs and General Counsel, Everyday Health, Inc.

Priscilla “Sally” Mattison L’97, Of Counsel, Bernard M. Resnick, Esq., PC (entertainment law firm representing recording artists, songwriters, and other clients in the music business)

imageMarni Pedorella L’94, Vice President of Intellectual Property, NBC Universal, Inc.







Michelle Shanahan L’91
Senior Associate General Counsel, National Public Radio

Other presenters TBD
130 years ago, Carrie Burnham Kilgore completed her law school studies and graduated as a member of Penn Law’s Class of 1883, establishing herself as our first alumna and one of the first female law graduates in the country.

Her quests to formally study law, to gain admission to practice, and to earn the trust and respect clients and peers demonstrated tenacity, intelligence, and a passion for the profession.  She opened the doors for generations of Penn Law women to do the same, and this panel highlights the career paths and lives of a handful of our many distinguished alumnae over the years who have continued in this spirit.

Penn Law, Room TBD          

 
Saturday, May 17, 2014

2:15pm

CLE Panel Discussion 5:
Ethical Challenges in eDiscovery

 
imageGail Gottehrer L’92,
Partner, Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP








imageJana Landon, L’99, Counsel, and Co-Chair, eDiscovery Team, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP








imageKenneth Racowski L’02, Counsel, Wilson Elser LLP









Ethics credit will be available for this CLE program.

Penn Law, Room TBD

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