The program will start with Quinnipiac education students and Sheehan High School students staffing tables with information about several issues relating to school and gun violence, including student wellness, student activism and legislation.
In “Lawyers as Changemakers,” Wright covers the expansion and development of the integrative law movement and explores the pillars of the movement: integrated reflective practices; values and purpose-based practices; systems thinking approaches; and integral consciousness.
“The symposium will celebrate the October 2017 release of ‘Marshall,’ a film about him, and will examine his early career as a civil rights lawyer, his path breaking work at the NAACP and his decisions on the U.S. Supreme Court,” said Jennifer Gerarda Brown, dean of the School of Law.
Feingold will discuss how structured negotiation, a collaborative and solution-driven dispute resolution method conducted without a lawsuit on file, is a highly effective legal strategy that trades the stress and conflict of lawsuits for relationship-building and true problem solving.
Those who attend the open house will tour the center and learn about the law school’s rigorous academic program and how the faculty works closely with students to develop a course of study that matches their goals.
Valued at $16,000, the Lucas Device – an automatic CPR machine – provides a consistent chest compression – both in terms of rate and depth – while allowing paramedics to do other lifesaving work on the person.
This program is the first in the new School of Law series, “Law and Civil Discourse in a Time of Change,” which has been developed to increase understanding and facilitate civil discourse around important areas of policy that have changed or may change in President Donald Trump’s administration.