Dickinson Law Review Symposium to highlight roles of modern prosecutor

January 28, 2019

CARLISLE, Pa. — Dickinson Law Review will present "Discretion and Misconduct: Examining the Roles, Functions, and Duties of the Modern Prosecutor," from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. on Friday, March 15, in the Apfelbaum Family Courtroom and Auditorium, Lewis Katz Hall, Dickinson Law. Registration is now open online.

Each year, the symposium brings together stakeholders in the legal community — including practitioners, academics, jurists, and law students — for scholarly dialogue about forthcoming or recently published articles.

Founded in 1897 as The Forum, Penn State’s Dickinson Law Review is one of the oldest legal journals in the nation and is the flagship publication of Dickinson Law. It is a student-run journal that serves the legal community by presenting analysis and commentary on relevant topics. Issues contain articles, essays and book reviews by leading professors, judges and practitioners from around the country and the world.

Dickinson Law Review also publishes student-authored comments that provide timely and original analyses of recent developments in the law. In addition, the editorial board organizes symposia and hosts scholarly dialogues with authors to discuss forthcoming or recently published articles.

This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 5.0 hours of substantive law, practice, and procedure credit and 1.0 hour of ethics and professionalism credit. Attorneys seeking credit in states other than Pennsylvania will be provided with a uniform certificate of attendance to self-report to their bars.

Those seeking CLE credit from outside the Dickinson Law community may register for a fee of $45, which includes 6.0 hours of CLE credit, program materials, breakfast, and lunch. Faculty, staff and students may attend the symposium at no cost.

Click here to view the symposium schedule and to register.

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Last Updated January 31, 2019