The N.Y.U. Law Review and the Center on Civil Justice at NYU School of Law invite you to attend “Rule 23 @ 50: The 50th Anniversary of Rule 23” Conference. The conference will take place on Friday and Saturday, December 2–3, 2016, in Vanderbilt Hall, Greenberg Lounge, located at 40 Washington Square South.
This is a wonderful time to reflect on Rule 23 – the history of the federal rule; its use in civil rights and mass tort cases; what the rule was meant to accomplish, and whether it has met its promise; as well as what is in store for the rule going forward. The conference will include an oral history interview with Professor Arthur Miller, who was there at the creation of Rule 23, and will conclude with a judges’ roundtable moderated by Professor Miller. For more information, please see the schedule below.
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*CLE credit will be available for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.