by Author, Journalist William Greider
Greider, national affairs correspondent for The Nation
and author of The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths
to A Moral Economy, will be the keynote speaker.
more about Mr. Greider and
our conference program.
number of law students get in free, MCLE credits available
conference will explore the evolution of corporate influence
in the United States, as well as new intellectual, political,
private sector and grassroots trends that are emerging to
address how corporations can support public interest values
of justice and equality.
understanding the mechanisms driving corporate interests today,
progressives can supplement issue-specific remedies with new
strategies that can address root causes of injustice.
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Shiners of UOP Law School Wins EJS Essay Competition
28) Erich Shiners, a law student at University
of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, is the
winner of the EJS First Annual Law Student Essay
Writing Competition on "Dismantling the Intent
Doctrine." His essay, "Remedying Unconscious
Discrimination: Chin v. Runnels and Alternatives
to the Intent Doctrine," was chosen by a
panel of lawyers and legal academics assembled
by the Equal Justice Society. EJS
will provide for Mr. Shiners' travel to and accommodations
at the EJS National Conference, "New Strategies
for Justice: Linking Corporate Law with Progressive
Social Movements," on April 7-9, 2005, at
the UCLA School of Law, where he will be honored
with a plaque of recognition. Download
his essay (PDF)