Volume 47 Fall 2012 Symposium

Crisis in the Judiciary

New England Law Review’s Fall 2012 Symposium

New England Law Review Symposium Crisis in the Judiciary

Thursday, November 15, 2012

New England Law | Boston

Generously Co-Sponsored By the: Boston Bar Association

State court systems in America are facing deep challenges. Many civil and criminal matters remain idle for years before a judicial resolution is reached. Budgets are strained, impacting the administration of justice. In the face of this crisis, the New England Law Review sought to provide a forum in which to consider these issues and highlight viable solutions, with input from experts from various sectors of the legal community. Thanks to all participants for this incredibly successful event!

Panelists included:

  • Hon. Robert Cordy, Associate Justice, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
  • Stewart Aaron, Partner, Arnold & Porter, LLP; President, New York County Lawyer’s Association
  • Paul T. Dacier, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, EMC Corporation
  • Dean Emeritus Jon L. Mills, University of Florida Levin College of Law
  • Professor David Hoffman, Harvard Law School; Founder, Boston Law Collaborative, LLC
  • Harry Spence, Court Administrator, Massachusetts Trial Courts
  • Dean John T. Broderick, Former Chief Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court
  • Lee Suskin, Former Administrator, Vermont State Courts
  • Professor Donald Campbell, Mississippi College School of Law
  • Professor Martha Davis, Northeastern University School of Law
  • Dr. Roger Hartley, Western Carolina University
  • Professor Marie Natoli, Emmanuel College

Moderators:

  • Professor Jordan Singer, New England Law | Boston
  • Hon. William I. Cowin, Former Justice, Massachusetts Appeals Court

Click here to learn more about the Fall 2012 Symposium Panelists.

Click here to view the remarks from the Fall 2012 Symposium’s Keynote Address by Dean John T. Broderick, Jr.

Click here to view the transcript from our live Twitter #JudiciaryCrisis discussion.

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Gallery From Crisis in the Judiciary | November 15, 2012

Crisis in the Judiciary Panel 1 New England Law Review

Panel I, from left to right: Paul Dacier, Moderator Prof. Jordan Singer, Harry Spence, Hon. Robert Cordy, Dean Emeritus Jon Mills, Stewart Aaron, Prof. David Hoffman, Business Managing Editor Jeffrey Knight, and Managing Editor Leigh Ann Johnson.

Crisis in the Judiciary Panel 1 New England Law Review

Prof. David Hoffman of Harvard Law School gestures at the podium. Seated from left to right: Paul Dacier, Stewart Aaron, Harry Spence (hidden), and Prof. Jordan Singer.

Crisis in the Judiciary Panel 2 New England Law Review

Panel II, from left to right: Business Managing Editor Jeffrey Knight, Editor-in-Chief William Wynne, Managing Editor Leigh Ann Johnson, Moderator Hon. William Cowin, Symposium Editor Juliana Catanzariti, Lee Suskin, Dr. Roger Hartley, Prof. Marie Natoli, Prof. Donald Campbell, and Prof. Martha Davis.

Crisis in the Judiciary Panel 2 New England Law Review

Lee Suskin answers a question from the audience. Dr. Roger Hartley (left) and Prof. Donald Campbell (center) look on.

Crisis in the Judiciary Panel 2 New England Law Review

Hon. William Cowin moderates. Seated left to right, Prof. Marie Natoli, Prof. Martha Davis, Dr. Roger Hartley, Prof. Donald Cambpell, and Lee Suskin.

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Video From Crisis in the Judiciary | November 15, 2012

Panel I: A State Court System in Financial Crisis

Panel II: Benchmarking Justice on a Budget

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For more information on this symposium, please contact:

Jeffrey D. Knight, Business Managing Editor
jeffrey.d.knight@nesl.edu

Juliana Catanzariti, Symposium Editor
Juliana.Catanzariti@nesl.edu

One Response to Volume 47 Fall 2012 Symposium

  1. Pingback: Keynote Address: New England Law Review Symposium on State Court Funding | IAALS Online

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