On November 15-16 the University of Pennsylvania Law Review hosted its symposium, “The Federal Rules at 75.” The two-day event explored some of the most important issues in civil procedure and federal rulemaking. Opening remarks were made Friday afternoon by U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D –RI). The keynote by Harold Koh, the Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale and former Legal Adviser at the U.S. State Department, took place on Saturday.
“One thing we don’t teach well in law school is really important in the legal system, which is money”-Theodore Eisenberg #FederalRulesat75— Jillian Gutstein (@JillianGutstei1) November 15, 2013
“It is not just the trial judge…what is vanishing is the public opportunity to engage in process.” - Prof. Resnik #FederalRulesat75— Paul Courtney (@paulcourtney) November 15, 2013