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April 3 Conference at Rutgers Newark Law School to Celebrate 40 Years of Clinical Education and Honor Arthur Kinoy and Frank Ask


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April 3 Conference at Rutgers–Newark Law School to Celebrate 40 Years of Clinical Education and Honor Arthur Kinoy and Frank Askin


            Newark, NJ, – On Friday, April 3, Rutgers School of Law–Newark will celebrate its 40-year-old clinical program and honor two key figures in the notable success and national influence of the Rutgers–Newark legal clinics. In September 2008 National Jurist magazine ranked the program 13th in the country for “Best in Practical Training.”

            “The Legacy of Arthur Kinoy and the Inspirational and Collaborative Dimensions of Clinical Legal Education: Honoring 40 Years of Clinics at Rutgers–Newark” will examine the goals of clinical education as advocated by Rutgers law professor and legendary civil rights advocate Arthur Kinoy. The luncheon will posthumously honor Kinoy for his vision and leadership and for inspiring many students to careers in public interest law. The luncheon will also honor Professor Frank Askin Â’66, the most senior member of the current faculty, for creating and implementing clinics during his 40-years at Rutgers. The conference will conclude with a discussion of the role of clinical programs in promoting collaborations with law firm pro bono departments, public interest organizations, and other partners. Speakers, many of whom are graduates of the law school, are leaders of the private and public bar and of clinical legal education. 

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What:        “The Legacy of Arthur Kinoy and the Inspirational and Collaborative Dimensions of Clinical    Legal Education: Celebrating 40 Years of Clinical Legal Education at Rutgers–Newark

Who:          Keynote: Barry Scheck, Innocence Project, BenjaminCardozoSchool of Law (10 – 10:30 am)

                  Roundtable (10:45 am – 12:30 pm)

Professor Jane Aiken, GeorgetownUniversityLawCenter

Flor Bermudez Â’00, Lambda Legal Defense Fund

Donita Judge Â’03, Advancement Project Power and Democracy Team

Professor Carlin Meyer Â’74, New YorkLawSchool

Professor Michael Pinard, University of MarylandSchool of Law

Alexander Saingchin Â’06, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

Erika Wood Â’99, BrennanCenter for Justice at the New YorkUniversitySchool of Law

Professor Ellen Yaroshefsky Â’75, BenjaminN.CardozoSchool of Law

Lunch (12:30 – 2 pm)

Clinical Professor Jonathan Askin Â’90, BrooklynLawSchool

Ronald K. Chen Â’83, NJ Public Advocate

Wade Henderson Â’73, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

Donna Lieberman Â’73, New York Civil Liberties Union

Vincent Warren Â’93, Center for Constitutional Rights

Panel (2:15 – 3:45 pm)

                        Professor Randy Hertz, New YorkUniversitySchool of Law     

                        Mary Beth Hogan Â’90, Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP

                        Marc R. Kadish Â’68, Mayer, Brown and Platt LLP

                        Marcia Levy, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

                        LawrenceS. Lustberg, Gibbons P.C.

                        RosieMendezÂ’95, New York City Council

                        Joan Vermeulen Â’75, Cyrus. R. VanceCenter for International Justice

                        Kenneth H. Zimmerman, Lowenstein Sandler PC

                  Reception (4 – 5 pm)

When:         9 am – 5 pm, Friday, April 3, 2009

Where:        Rutgers School of Law–Newark

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