Thirteenth Annual Judicial Symposium on Civil Justice Issues


Event Details

  • Date:
  • Venue: George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School
  • Division: The Judicial Education Program

The civil justice system in the United States is in a constant state of flux. Changes occur at both the state and federal levels, through both legislative and judicial actions. At the same time, judges face a constant barrage of new and innovative legal theories and procedural maneuvers. The LEC’s annual Judicial Symposium on Civil Justice Issues aims to help judges make sense of America’s rapidly changing civil justice environment.

This year’s Symposium will tackle timely issues such as the impact of attorney advertising on plaintiffs and juries, the ALI’s proposed new Restatement of Consumer Contracts, the role of judges in evaluating expert testimony, and trends in opioid-related litigation. Legal and economic experts representing a variety of perspectives will dissect and debate these topics, and many more, while participating judges will have the opportunity to ask probing questions and seek insight into some of today’s most contentious legal issues.

Questions?
Please see our program FAQ’s for more information. You may also contact our Program Coordinator, Ashley Evaro George at aevaro@gmu.edu or by phone at 703.993.9964.