University of Pittsburgh

Jules Lobel Presents to Audiences Across the U.S. and Canada

Publish Date/Time: 
May 19, 2011

Professor Jules Lobel has given speeches and presentations on many topics during the past several months.  He was the keynote speaker at the Ontario annual meeting of community law clinics (the equivalent to legal services in the U.S.) in  Toronto on May 13.  He also gave the keynote address at a March 25 conference called "Litigating Palestine" at Hastings Law School, and at a national conference the legal aid and legal services managers in March in Nashville.

 

Professor Lobel spoke on a panel at Wayne State Law School in Detroit at a February 4 symposium on "The Legal  Landscape After 9/11: A Decade Later," and at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law's April 5 symposium,  "Developing the Law of the Marcellus Shale," co-sponsored by the Pittsburgh Law Review and the Innovation Practice Institute.  

 

Professor Lobel also spoke before the Murraysville (PA) Council, which was covered by the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, to the Progessive Book Club in Florida, which invites speakers from around the country to speak to them each year.

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