Public Interest Law and Policy Speakers

PIPLSS - Anheuser-Busch Hall

Access to Justice: The Social Responsibility of Lawyers – Celebrating Excellence in Clinical Education

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1999

kATHLEEN M. SULLIVAN

Dean, Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Stanley Morrison Professor of Law, Stanford University; Included in National Law Journal’s “Fifty Most Influential Women Lawyers in America”; Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Orthwein Scholar-in-Residence, Washington University School of Law
Topic: 
The Good That Lawyers Do

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1999

RICHARD LAZARUS

Professor of Law, Georgetown University; Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; National Advisory Board Member, Environmental Defense Fund’s Litigation Review Committee and World Wildlife Fund’s National Council; Former Assistant to the Solicitor General
Topic: 
What Is ‘Environmental’ About Environmental Law in the Supreme Court?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1999

HON. VOJTECH CEPL

Justice, Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic; Member, Government Drafting Committee for the Czech Constitution; Listed on Secret Register as Enemy of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, 1971-89; Former Vice-Dean and Professor of Law, Charles University; Jurist-in-Residence, Washington University School of Law
Topic: 
Transition in Central Europe: Human Rights and Capitalism

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1999

JOHN C. DANFORTH

Chairman, St. Louis 2004; Chairman, Danforth Foundation; Partner, Bryan Cave; Former U.S. Senator from Missouri; Former Attorney General of Missouri
Topic: 
St. Louis 2004: A Plan for Community Action

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1999

ROBERT KUEHN

Visiting Professor, Washington University School of Law; Former Clinical Professor and Director, Tulane Environmental Law Clinic; Former Trial Attorney, Environmental Enforcement Section, U.S. Department of Justice; Former Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, Washington, D.C.
Topic: 
Access to Environmental Justice

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2000

HON. D'ARMY BAILEY

The Black Law Students Association presents the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Address
Judge, 30th Judicial District of Tennessee; Author, Mine Eyes Have Seen: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Final Journey; Founder, National Civil Rights Museum

Topic: 
Lawyering Toward Justice: A Historical Perspective

MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 2000

GERHARD CASPER

Professor of Law and President, Stanford University; Former Provost and Dean of the Law School, University of Chicago; Member, American Academy of

Arts and Sciences; Tyrrell Williams Lecturer, Washington University School of Law
Topic: 
The United States at the End of the ‘American Century’: The Rule of Law or Enlightened Absolutism?

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 2000

SYLVIA A. LAW

Elizabeth K. Dollard Professor of Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry, New York University; Co-Director, Arthur Garfield Hays, Civil Liberties Memorial Program,

New York University; First law professor to receive MacArthur Foundation Award for Excellence; Orthwein Scholar-in-Residence, Washington University School of Law
Topic: 
Families and Federalism

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2000

RICHARD DICKER

Associate Counsel, Human Rights Watch; Chief International Criminal Court Delegate, Lawyers Committee for Human Rights
Topic: 
International Justice in the 21st Century

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2000

CHARLES J. OGLETREE, JR.

Jesse Climenko Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Justice Institute, Harvard University; Legal Commentator for PBS, NBC, C-SPAN; Legal Counsel to Professor Anita Hill; Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Washington University
Reception following to celebrate the Legal Clinic’s new location in Anheuser-Busch Hall

Topic: 
Racial Justice in the New Millennium: Following in Judge Higginbotham’s Footsteps