Injuries without Remedies

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Friday, March 26 - Loyola's Civil Justice Program presents "Injuries without Remedies" from 8 am-5 pm in Robinson Courtroom.

Agenda

8:00 am: CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST AND REGISTRATION

8:45 am: WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
Anne Bloom, McGeorge School of Law, and
John Nockleby, Director, Civil Justice Program, Loyola Law School

8:55-9:30 am: KEYNOTE ADDRESS: The Dialectics of Injury and Remedy
Marc Galanter, Professor of Law, The University of Wisconsin Law School
Comment: Rick Abel, UCLA School of Law

9:30-9:45 am: BREAK

9:45-11:00 am: PANEL ONE - Injuries and Remedies in Political and Cultural Context
George Lovell, University of Washington, "Imagined Rights without Remedy: The Politics of Novel Legal Claims."
Jennifer B. Wriggins, University of Maine School of Law, "Injuries with Remedies, Injuries without Remedies."
Sarah Lochlann Jain, Stanford University, "Fear of Cancer Litigation and the Construction of American Cancer Patient Identity."
David Engel, University at Buffalo Law School, "Official and Unofficial Conceptions of Injury: A Case Study of Tort Cases in Chiangmai, Thailand."
Moderator: Julie Davies, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

11:00-11:15 am: BREAK

11:15 A.M-12:30 pm: PANEL TWO - Emerging Injury Problems
Dayna Scott, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, "Gender-bending Pollution: Emerging Remedies for Environmental Justice."
Gowri Ramachandran, Southwestern Law School, "Assault and Battery on Property."
Lucie White, Harvard Law School, "Incompensable Injuries, Incommensurable Discourses: A Case Study of Ghananian Slum Evictions."
Moderator: Jay Krishnan, University of the Pacific, Indiana University, Maurer School of Law

12:30-1:45 pm: LUNCH

1:45-3:00 pm: PANEL THREE - Remedies at Risk
Elisabeth Cabraser, Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, "Restitution and Unjust Enrichment as Lost Equitable Remedies in Need of Revival."
Neville Johnson and Doug Johnson, Johnson & Johnson LLP, "Where did Unjust Enrichment Go?"
Arthur Bryant, Public Justice, "Beyond Cruel and Unusual: Remedies for Outrageous Constitutional Violations."
Moderator: Georgene Vairo, Loyola Law School

3:00-3:15 pm: BREAK

3:15-4:30 pm: PANEL FOUR - Rethinking Remedies
Kaimi Wenger, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, "Rethinking Mass Restitution: Slavery and Jim Crow."
Jason Solomon, University of Georgia Law School, "What is Civil Justice?"
Stephen Munzer, UCLA School of Law, "Corrective Justice and Intellectual Property Rights in Traditional Knowledge."
Moderator: Doug NeJaime, Loyola Law School

4:30-5:00 pm: CONCLUDING REMARKS

Students may register for free now.

 
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