Florida Coastal Law Review Therapeutic Jurisprudence Symposium-Feb. 27
The Florida Coastal Law Review will be hosting a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Symposium on Friday, February 27, 2009 from 9:00-5:00. The symposium is primarily an academic roundtable that will concentrate on the application of the ideals of Therapeutic Jurisprudence to employment law, death and dying, form reform, and family law.
Included among the honored speakers are the two founders of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Bruce Winick, a professor of law at the University of Miami, and David Wexler, a professor of law at the University of Arizona. Professor Winick will be speaking on public health law relating to the elderly; Professor Wexler will speak on “form reform” in criminal law. The other honored speakers include:
· Susan Daicoff: Professor of Law at Florida Coastal School of Law - on sexual harassment and discrimination law
· David Yamada: Professor of Law at Suffolk University Law School - on employment law
· Kathy Cerminara: Professor of Law at Nova Southeaster University - on death and dying issues
· Cindy Adcock: Professor of Law at Charlotte School of Law- on death and dying issues
· Shelley Kierstead: Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School (Canada) - on family law
· Marsha Freeman: Professor of Law at Berry University School of Law - on family law
· Dax Miller: Third year student at Florida Coastal School of Law - on family law form reform
Lunch will be provided.
The announcement asked for R.S.V.P. to email@example.com by February 13, 2009.