Friday, October 25, 2013
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8 am 8:30 - 3:15 CLE program
If you attended the Bar luncheon on September 19, you heard UVA Professor of Law Leslie Kendrick speak on the topic of compelled commercial speech, the focus of an upcoming symposium at the law school sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression and the Journal for Law & Politics. The symposium will be held on Friday, October 25, in the Caplin Pavilion at the UVA School of Law. The symposium agenda is available for download and printout at the News section of the CABA website. Approval of 4 hours of CLE credit is pending. The symposium will include a continental breakfast and lunch. Thanks to the financial support of The Scripps Howard Foundation and Baker Hostetler LLC, the Thomas Jefferson Center is pleased to make the symposium available to all members of CABA free of charge (including meals and CLE credit). There is no need to register now. A second notice will be sent when CLE credit has been approved at which time we will ask you to register.
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