« Overtime: not just for blue-collar workers | Main | My Cases: Redistricting »

On a panel at "Working in the Public Interest" Conference

On 30 and 31 March, I will be a member of a panel discussing felon disfranchisement on the University of Georgia School of Law Conference on Working in the Public Interest. The Conference organizers describe it this way:

Entirely student organized, WIPI seeks to bring together eminent practitioners in their respective fields, students, and faculty to discuss practical approaches to lawyering which can best serve the poor. Practical methods of challenging poverty are often not covered in traditional law school courses. This conference seeks to remedy that and provide dynamic, creative ways to combat poverty through the vehicle of the law.

For more information about the Conference, including the schedule of panels, go to the WIPI site.

This entry was posted by Edward at 11:05 AM, 22 March 2007 | Categories: News Room , Voters , Voting Rights Act

The picture above was made in 1914 by the Birmingham Engraving Co. This reproduction is from the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.

Information about ...

Contact me
Edward Still Law Firm, LLC
130 Wildwood Parkway
Suite 108 PMB 304
Birmingham AL 35209
tel & fax: 205-320-2882

View Edward Still's profile on LinkedIn

Legal Notices

The Alabama Rules of Professional Responsibility require this statement: "No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers."


Recently Changed Information on this Page

Entire site copyright (c) 2005-14 Edward Still. See the Creative Commons license below.

Creative Commons License
This weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons License.
Powered by
Movable Type 3.35

Hosted by Hosting Matters


Click below to move to a news feed:
Workplace Fairness
Legal News from Jurist
Constitution Newswire