A Cardozo Law Review Annual Symposium
This annual, all-day conference from the Cardozo Law Review, the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy and the Center for Rights and Justice will discuss the barriers to personhood for persons with disabilities.
The Symposium will feature Professor Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, as the Keynote Presenter, and Professor Samuel Bagenstos, as the Featured Lunchtime Speaker. Panels will focus on the topics of Personhood in Popular Culture, Exercising Legal Capacity, and the Uses of "Disability." Please click here to see the various panelists and panels and RSVP.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Refreshments will be served.
About the Cardozo Law Review
The Cardozo Law Review was established in 1979 and consistently ranks among the top law journals in the country. It publishes six issues per year, which contain articles and student notes on a variety of legal topics. The Law Reviewis dedicated to advancing empirical, interdisciplinary, and philosophical scholarship, as well as exploring cutting-edge national issues.