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In addition to quarterly Public Justice events, our staff attorneys regularly speak around the country to audiences of trial attorneys, law students, and allied public-interest groups about the vital role the civil justice system and our litigation plays in keeping America’s courthouse doors open for all.
Below is a list of upcoming events and speeches.
If you would like to arrange for a Public Justice attorney to speak at your event, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact Development Director Kelly Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-861-5253.
Senior attorney Karla Gilbride will speak on the virtual panel entitled "The Supreme Court Term in Review: Key Cases and Trends from the 2019-2020 Term" as part of NELA's summer conference series. Registration at the link below.Find out more »
Executive Director Paul Bland will speak on a webinar from Mass Torts Made Perfect on the topic of class action suits in Europe and in the U.S. Registration at the link below.Find out more »
Food Project Senior Attorney David Muraskin and Food Project Director Jessica Culpepper will be speaking on a panel featuring featuring Nursing Home Litigation, Employment Cases, and Prison Cases in the Time of COVID-19. Register at the link below.Find out more »
Join Public Justice’s Food Project’s Litigation Director, David Muraskin, as he discusses litigating to protect workers from COVID. Topics will include: current OSHA guidelines, litigating against OSHA, common law theories, wrongful death claims, sick leave claims, and the current state of Congress’ corporate immunity proposals.Find out more »
Join the Duke Food Law Society for a panel examining the effects of COVID-19 on the Slaughterhouse Industry. Topics will include animal rights and labor issues. Panelists are as follows: Diana R.H. Winters, Assistant Director, Resnick Center for Food Law & Policy, UCLA; Delcianna Winders,…Find out more »
Executive Director Paul Bland will speak as part of the forced-arbitration program at the ABA's 25th Annual National Institute on Class Actions. See the link below for registration and more details.Find out more »
Food Project Director Jessica Culpepper will be a panelist during the Animal Law Conference. Industrial animal agriculture, sometimes called factory farming, is a significant contributor to climate change. This panel will provide an overview of the connection between industrial animal agriculture and climate change, as…Find out more »
Executive Director Paul Bland will be speaking about the potential impact of the legislation that recently passed the House on the subject of arbitration clauses in class action cases. More information at the link below.Find out more »
Join Public Justice Senior Attorneys Leslie Brueckner and Leah Nicholls for this Public Justice Members Webinar. Learn about the latest developments in pre-emption in mass torts, including medical device, pharmaceutical and Round-Up litigation. RSVP by emailing Susan Gombert at email@example.com.Find out more »
Join Public Justice Food Project Litigation Director David Muraskin, who will moderate a three-part panel at the Big Ag & Antitrust Conference, co-hosted by he Thurman Arnold Project at Yale (TAP @ Yale) and the Law, Ethics & Animals Program (LEAP) at Yale Law School.Find out more »