Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law The University of Alabama, 101 Paul Bryant Drive East, Tuscaloosa
6.5 MCLE Credit Hours, including 1 Ethics Hour
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8:30 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM Welcome and Introduction
9:15 – 10:30 AM Session I: What We Wish For: In the Wake of Brown v. Board
Jonathan Glater, Professor of Law, The University of California, Irvine School of Law
10:30 AM Break
10:45 – Noon Session II: Racial Segregation and Diversity in Alabama Public and Private Schools, 1986 – 2016
Bryan Mann, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, Policy & Technology, The University of Alabama
12:00 PM Break
12:15 – 1:45 PM Lunch and Keynote Address: The Impact and Limits of Implementing Brown: Reflections From 65 Years of School Segregation; Desegregation in Alabama’s Largest District
Erica Frankenberg, Associate Professor of Education and Demography, Penn State University
1:45 PM Break
2:00 – 3:15 PM Session III
Kevin Brown, Professor of Law, Indiana University
3:15 PM Break
3:30 – 4:15 PM Session IV: Freedom from Discrimination: An Inside Look Into How a Public Interest Law Firm Fights for Equality Under the Law
Joshua Thompson, Senior Attorney, Pacific Legal Foundation
4:15 PM Closing Remarks
Joshua Polk, Editor-in-Chief, Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review