Selected programs from the ABA's 2010 Midyear Meeting in Orlando, FL.
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students in the pipeline to the legal profession.
Friday, February 5 | 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Bar associations are invited to host a viewing group to view this live webcast. There is no registration fee to host a viewing group and the ABA will assist in obtaining CLE credit for participants. To host a viewing group, click here
or call (800) 285-2221. For a full description of the program, click here. To learn about all the programs in the series, click here
Friday, February 5 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Big bar and young lawyer leaders will discuss how to engage young lawyers in the bar, communicate effectively, and make the bar relevant to future generations of lawyers.
Inside the Supreme Court: the Personalities and Philosophies of the Justices
Friday, February 5 | 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm | Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort
Speakers will discuss the backgrounds, experiences, personalities and judicial and personal philosophies of current and recent members of the Supreme Court. The program also will hopefully promote an understanding of the humanity of the individual Justices, as well as providing an insight into the Court’s internal operations.
The New Administration, the New Congress and the Federal Judiciary: Judicial Appointments, Compensation, and Judicial Retention
Friday, February 13 | 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm | Sheraton Boston Hotel
Join this panel of veteran Potomac “insiders” for key insights into what to expect regarding federal judicial appointments (both at the White House and in the Senate) in the new administration, as well as predictions on “hot button” issues such as judicial compensation, court-stripping, cameras in the courtroom, ethics reform, and relations between the federal courts, the White House, and on Capitol Hill.
Friday, February 13 | 5:30 pm - 8 pm
The Alexander Award recognizes exemplary leadership in diversity pipeline work by an individual or organization. The award will honor those demonstrating success working along the educational pipeline in a collaborative approach involving more than one segment of the continuum from K12 to high school to college to law school to the practice.