The Mormon student group at Harvard Law School is sponsoring a conference for LDS law students to be held next month at Harvard. All interested parties are invited. Below is a message from one of the event organizers.
On February 13 and 14 we will be holding the first annual LDS Law Student Conference on the Harvard Law School campus. The exact theme of the conference is still being worked out but Dean Michael Young of the George Washington Law School will be the keynote speaker. Prof. Mary Ann Glendon here at Harvard will also be speaking. Tom Griffith (BYU’s general counsel and former general counsel to the US senate), Cole Durham (BYU law professor), and others will be participating. We anticipate that this will be a great experience for LDS law students as well as professionals to gather and discuss pertinent issues surrounding the law and Mormonism from the practical to the theoretical. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at [email protected]
This ought to be fun. I would go if I had the time, money, and freedom to head up to Cambridge for a couple of days.