The City University of New York Law Review would like to invite you to a discussion on the merits of alternative forms of legal education, From Main Street to Court Square: Thirty Years of CUNY Law and Alternative Models of Legal Education. The event, with dinner and reception to follow, is taking place Wednesday, February 6, 6:00 PM, in the Auditorium. The discussion will feature:
- Hon. Kristin Booth Glen, N.Y. Surrogate’s Court; Former Dean of CUNY Law
- Prof. Pamela Edwards, Director of the Center for Diversity in the Legal Profession, CUNY School of Law;
- Adam Shoop, Law Graduate, The Bronx Defenders, CUNY Law ’12
- Prof. Frank Deale, CUNY School of Law (Moderator)
Come hear panelists discuss and debate the merits of alternative forms of legal education; the implications of race, class, and access in legal education and practice; the role of CUNY Law in the legal landscape, past and present; and the role of practitioners and law students in shaping the future of legal advocacy.