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Colorado Law Talks: Reviving America's Human Rights Movement

When Wednesday, September 12, 2018
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Location Akerman LLP, 1900 16th Street, Suite 1700, Denver
For Public; Faculty; Staff; Students; Alumni; CLE Credit
Cost See Description

Join us for the next lecture in the Colorado Law Talks series! Professor Anna Spain Bradley will present Reviving America's Human Rights Movement on Wednesday, September 12.

Colorado Law Talks is a series of lectures in Denver that provide members of the Colorado Law community an opportunity to hear about the lecturers' current research or teaching, and to discuss the questions and ideas that motivate, influence, and shape their work. A reception will follow.

This event is free for all Colorado Law students, faculty, and staff, recent (2013-2018) graduates, and Law Alumni Ambassadors, $10 for all other alumni, and $20 for other guests. Proceeds from this talk will benefit the Program for the Advanced Study of International Human Rights.

CLE credit will be requested.

Please register to attend by Monday, September 10 using the link below.

A warm thank you to Akerman LLP for hosting this event.

More Information

Contact Julie Ann Williams
Sponsored By Akerman LLP
Moderated By Dean S. James Anaya
Speakers Professor Anna Spain Bradley, Judge Gary Jackson
CLE Credits
General: 0
Ethics: 0