5th Annual Norman Amaker Public Interest Law Retreat: "Injustice and the Impoverished" Special topics include the Sago mine investigation. February 24-26 at Bradford Woods.
February 24, 2006
5th Annual Norman Amaker Public Interest Law Retreat
"Injustice and the Impoverished"
Time: 3 day retreat (2/24/06-2/26/06)
Location: Bradford Woods
Contact: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please join law students from throughout the country and take a few days away from the frantic pace and high pressure of law school for a retreat. In addition to relaxing, hiking, and generally enjoying the great outdoors, we will forge a coalition of students, professors and practitioners to support social justice- orientated law students pursing careers in the public interest. The theme of the 2006 Retreat is "Injustice and the Impoverished" a special focus on the various natural catastrophes our world has undergone throughout the past year.
Discussion topics include: Legal Ramifications of Natural Disasters Access to Justice in Developing Nations The Threat of Predatory Lending Healthcare and Its Availability Discrimination in Education How AIDS Affects and Individual's Right to Fair Legal Representation
Please don't miss this event. Registration is only $100 and includes lodging and meals for the entire weekend. For complete information see the web site.