Oct. 19-25, 2001
Back Issues
IN THIS ISSUE
Health premiums to go up $1 to $9
Marathon team to run for Children's Heart Center
Study of captives in early Hispanic America shows varied treatment

Institute seeks to foster religious exchange and understanding

Poet-editors coming to Grounds Oct. 25
Rehnquist to give keynote address at law conference
Students help build public policy
Library exhibit explores music in American life
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Safety and Security
Ghanaian drummer brings his beat to U.Va.
After Hours -- Cook blends artistic roots with scholarly pursuits

Rehnquist to give keynote address at law conference

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist will address law students, faculty, alumni and guests at a two-day program, “Law Schools, Lawyers and the Future of American Law,” at the School of Law Oct. 26-27. The program, free and open to the public, celebrates the 175th anniversary of the Law School.

Rehnquist, who was appointed chief justice of the United States by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, will deliver the keynote address at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 27 in the Law School’s Caplin Auditorium.

“We’re gathering conference participants from all branches of the profession — judges, practitioners, clients and deans — to craft an agenda for the future of the law school,” said John C. Jeffries Jr., U.Va. Law School dean. “Our question to them is, how should legal education change in the 21st century? The conference is not just for academics; instead, we want to set educational priorities for an institution dedicated, first and foremost, to training lawyers.”


CURRENT ISSUE

© Copyright 2001 by the Rector and Visitors
of the University of Virginia

UVa Home Page UVa Events Calendar Top News UVa Home Page