Penn Law Review Symposium: The Federal Rules at 75
2:00 PM - Opening Remarks and Address
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse
2:30 PM - The Federal Rules, Access to Court and Private Enforcement
Moderator: Prof. Catherine Struve
Papers: Prof. Alex Reinert, Prof. Theodore Eisenberg, Prof. Tobias Wolff
Commentators: Profs. Kevin Clermont, Deborah Hensler and Samuel Issacharoff
4:15 PM - The Federal Rules, Trial and Its Alternatives
Moderator: Prof. Stephen Burbank
Papers: Prof. Judith Resnik, Prof. Jonah Gelbach, Kenneth Feinberg, Esq.
Commentators: Profs. Edward Cooper and Myriam Gilles and Judge William Young
9:00 AM - Federal Rulemaking
Moderator: Prof. Tobias Wolff
Papers: Profs. Stephen Burbank and Sean Farhang, Prof. Richard Marcus, Prof. Edward Purcell
Commentators: Judge Patrick Higginbotham and Profs. David Marcus and Troy McKenzie
10:30 AM - The Federal Rules and the Nature of Procedural Scholarship
Moderator: Judge William Fletcher
Panelists: Judge Harry Edwards, Profs. Robert Bone, Amalia Kessler, Jeffrey Rachlinski and Linda Silberman
12:30 PM - Lunch Keynote
Hon. Harold Koh
Introduction by Judge Lee Rosenthal
2:00 PM - The Federal Rules at 75: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?
Moderator: Prof. Arthur Miller
Panelists: Profs. Stephen Burbank, Jonah Gelbach, Geoffrey Hazard, Catherine Struve, Tobias Wolff and Judge Anthony Scirica
Private Sector Practitioners: $75
Public Sector Practitioners: $35
Students & Scholars: Free
Note: The admission fees charged by the Law Review are separate from the CLE credit payment.
This program has been approved for 8.5 hours of substantive law credits for Pennsylvania lawyers. CLE credit may be available in other jurisdictions as well. Attendees seeking CLE credit should bring separate payment ($85.00, or $40.00 for public interest attorneys) - cash or check - payable to “The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania”. If you are not attending the entire conference and are seeking CLE credit, the fee is $15 per credit hour.
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