Professionalism in Practice

  • 24 Feb 2011
  • 25 Feb 2011
  • Chicago


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Professionalism in Practice: Toward a More Inclusive Legal Profession is a cutting-edge, two-day forum during which lawyers and judges teach law students – and law students teach lawyers and judges – about Professionalism in the Law and inclusivity within the profession.


Participants come from a number of different law schools and their ages range from 20s to 60s+. Lawyers and judges participate in this forum by invitation only. To ensure a robust exchange of views, the program seeks law students from diverse backgrounds – gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, age, religion, LGBT, disability, geography, etc. – and will assess applications accordingly. There is no charge for law students to participate but space is limited and students who are accepted for the program are asked to make a committment to attend as much of the program as possible.

Law student applicants are required to complete and submit the attached form.

Professionalism in Practice Application.docx

Professionalism in Practice Application.pdf

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