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    09.03.13 Panel Discussion and Live Webcast - "New Realities in Law: A Response to President Obama’s 'Two-Year J.D.' Suggestion"
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    For those who were unable to attend, an archived webcast is now available here.

    Tuesday, September 3, 2013
    10:00 - 11:30 am

    250 Joralemon Street

    Open to the public.

    New Realities in Law: A Response to President Obama’s ‘Two-Year J.D.’ Suggestion

    In a town hall-style meeting last week, President Obama said, “I believe that law schools would probably be wise to think about being two years instead of three years.” In the wake of the President’s comments, Brooklyn Law School hosted an important conversation about the new world of law, emphasizing new changes underway; the response from law schools, including “Brooklyn 2-3-4” and other innovations to enhance educational value; the most pressing needs among employers; and new opportunities for students entering the legal marketplace.


    James Silkenat
    President, American Bar Association

    Marty Markowitz (Introduction)
    Brooklyn Borough President

    Anthony C. Crowell
    Dean and President and Professor of Law
    New York Law School

    Nicholas W. Allard
    Joseph Crea Dean and Professor of Law
    Brooklyn Law School

    Michael Cardozo
    Corporation Counsel for the City of New York

    Presiding Justice Randall Eng
    Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department

    Julie Anne Preng
    Managing Director, Global Legal Practice
    Korn/Ferry International

    Dana Brakman Reiser
    Vice Dean and Professor of Law
    Brooklyn Law School

    Stacy Caplow
    Associate Dean for Professional Legal Education
    and Professor of Law
    Brooklyn Law School

    (Additional speakers TBA)

    Read more about the 2-year J.D. program.

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