The year 2014 marked the 60th anniversary of the landmark civil rights decision, Brown v. Board of Education, and the Law Review honored the occasion with its symposium entitled “Brown v. Board of Education at 60: Cause Lawyering for a New Generation.”
In 2013, the La Verne Law Review hosted it’s second annual symposium on §1983 Civil Rights. The event was held on February 7 and 8 at the Ayers Hotel in Ontario, CA, and featured many expert guest speakers including Erwin Chemerinsky. The region’s leading civil rights experts, practitioners and law enforcement officials discussed §1983 litigation, including basic concepts, strategies, defenses and developing law. The event was so successful, that the College of Law opted to adopt the theme for their main College of Law Symposium in 2014.
Early in 2012, the La Verne Law Review hosted a very successful symposium on §1983 Civil Rights. The event was held in Ontario, CA, and featured many expert guest speakers including Erwin Chemerinsky.
Join some of the nation’s leading academic experts on Alternative Dispute Resolution who will be gathered at the University of La Verne College of Law for the 2011 Symposium titled, “Forecasting the Future: Cutting Edge Issues in ADR.” In coordination with the live event, the University of La Verne Law Review is publishing a Symposium Issue on Alternative Dispute Resolution, and will be accepting submissions through July 31, 2011. Date: January 28 and 29, 2011 in Southern California.
Some of the nation’s leading academic experts on immigration law and policy gathered at the University of La Verne College of Law to grapple with a wide range of cutting edge immigration issues. In coordination with the live event, the University of La Verne Law Review published a Symposium Issue on Immigration Law in May 2010. Please see the Publications tab at the left and you will find all the Symposium Issue.