The students of the CUNY Law Review invite you to "From
Main Street to Court Square: Thirty Years of CUNY Law and
Alternative Models of Legal Education," a "fishbowl" panel to
examine and discuss the merits of alternative forms of legal
education, the implications of race, class, and access in legal
education and practice, and the role of CUNY Law (on the eve of
its 30th Anniversary) in the legal landscape, past and present.
- Hon. Kristin Booth Glen, N.Y. Surrogate's Court;
- Prof. Pamela Edwards, director of the Center for Diversity in
Legal Profession, CUNY School of Law;
- Adam Shoop, Staff Attorney, The Bronx Defenders;
- Prof. Frank Deale, CUNY School of Law (moderator).
February 6, 2013
CUNY School of Law
2 Court Square
Long Island City, Queens