The University of Oregon Law School and the Oregon Law Review Present
Media, Rules, Policy, and the Future of Access to Justice
April 13, 2012
White Stag Building
Featured Speakers and Panelists
Arthur R. Miller, Professor, New York Univ. Sch. of Law
The Honorable Alex Kozinski, Chief Judge, U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.
The Honorable Ronald Gould, U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.
The Honorable Diarmuid O’Scannlain, U.S. Ct. App. 9th Cir.
The Honorable Rives Kistler, Oregon Supreme Court
David Hartman, Former Host, Good Morning America
Mary Kay Kane, Professor, Chancellor & Dean Emerita, Hastings
Jack Friedenthal, Professor & Former Dean, Geo. Wash. U. Law Sch.
Edward Cooper, Professor, University of Michigan Sch. of Law
Harvey Saferstein, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo
Thiruvendran Vignarajah, Professor, Univ. of Maryland Sch. of Law
Elizabeth Cabraser, Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann, & Bernstein
Matthew Gluck, Milberg LLP
Susan Saladoff, Producer and Director, “Hot Coffee”
Michael Moffitt, Philip H. Knight Dean, Univ. of Oregon Sch. of Law
Dave Frohnmayer, President Emeritus, University of Oregon
Professor Arthur P. Miller is famous for his theatrical style, his quick wit, and his seemingly inexhaustible knowledge of civil procedure and copyright. As all litigators know, he is the MIller of Wright & MIller’s Federal Practice and Procedure, the leading treatise in federal civil procedure. Professor Miller’s expertise spans all aspects of civil procedure, including class actions, frivolous lawsuits, and rulemaking. He is also well known for his work on copyright and privacy issues. Professor Miller is one of a very select group of law professors whose names are known to non-lawyers, based on his appearance as the first on-air legal reporter for Good Morning America and as the host of Miller’s Court.
The Miller Symposium will address access to justice in civil law, focusing on the areas within which Professor Miller has worked throughout his career: rulemaking, class actions, media and the law, technology and privacy, legal pedagogy, and procedural policy. The Symposium will include a panel discussion involving some of the nation’s most distinguished scholars, judges, and practitioners. Panelists will examine Professor Miller’s influence in civil procedure and his contributions to the current civil law landscape. Panelists will also discuss current and future trends relating to access to the civil courts.
On April 12, the night before the Symposium, please join Professor Miller, Chief Judge Kozinski, Judge O’Scannlain, Justice Kistler and many others at the Oregon Federal Bar Association’s Spring Social, from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Hatfield Courthouse, 1000 SW Third Ave. Portland, OR 97204
Apr 13 2012 – 8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
University of Oregon White Stag Building, 70 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209