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					                                                FutureEd 2:
                                 Making Global Lawyers for the 21st Century


                                                   Conference Schedule

      Harvard Law School
 Program on the Legal Profession



                                                 Thursday, October 14, 2010
                                               PRE-CONFERENCE EVENTS


12:00–6:00pm       “Educating the Digital Lawyer” Mini-Conference
(Pound 332)        (Co-sponsored with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society)
                   Open to all conference registrants (pre-registration required - kglemaud@cyber.law.harvard.edu).

5:00–7:00pm        PLP Roundtable: Law and Development in Brazil
(Pound 213)        (snacks/beverages provided)
                   Featuring:
                       • Luciana Gross Cunha (FGV law school, São Paulo)
                       • Fabio de Sá e Silva (IPEA research center, Brasilia and Northeastern U.)
                       • Judith Tendler (Professor of Political Economy, MIT)
                       • David Trubek (Professor of Law, Wisconsin)
                       • Commentator: Ary Oswaldo Mattos Filho (Dean of FGV law school, São Paulo)
                   Open to all HLS students and faculty.


                                                  Friday, October 15, 2010
                                                THEORY AND CONTEXT

8:00–9:00am
(Ames Courtroom)         Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00–9:15am              Welcome and Introduction
(Ames Courtroom)           • Elizabeth Chambliss, (NYLS Center for Professional Values & Practice)
                           • David Wilkins, (Harvard Law Program on the Legal Profession)

9:15–10:45am             Panel: Global Perspectives on Legal Education
(Ames Courtroom)         Featuring:
                             • Yves Dezalay (Legal sociologist at French CNRS research center)
                             • Daniel H. Foote (U. Tokyo)
                             • C. Raj Kumar (Dean of Jindal Global Law School, Delhi)
                             • Ary Oswaldo Mattos Filho (Dean of FGV law school, São Paulo)
                             • Zhang Qi (Peking University Law)
                         Moderator: William Alford (Harvard Law)
                         Open to all HLS students and faculty.


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10:45–11:00am       Break

11:00am–12:30pm     Panel: Cross-Professional Comparison
(Ames Courtroom)    Featuring:
                        • Jules Dienstag (Dean of Medical Education, Harvard Medical)
                        • Rakesh Khurana (Harvard Business)
                        • Chris McKenna (Novak Druce Center for PSFs, Oxford Business)
                        • Andrew von Nordenflycht (Simon Fraser U., Vancouver)
                    Moderator: Ashish Nanda (Harvard Law/Program on the Legal Profession)
                    Open to all HLS students and faculty.

12:45–2:00pm        Lunch and Keynote
(Ropes Gray Room)       • Chris Kenny (CEO, U.K. Legal Services Board)
                    Open to HLS faculty and a limited number of HLS students (pre-registration required:
                    PLPEvents@law.harvard.edu).

2:15–3:45pm         Panel: The Regulators Weigh In
(Ames Courtroom)    Featuring:
                        • Walter Jones (U.S. Rep. to African Development Bank)
                        • Gopal Subramanium (Solicitor General and head of Bar Council of India)
                        • Stephen Zack (American Bar Ass’n President)
                    Moderator: Todd Rakoff (Harvard Law)
                    Open to all HLS students and faculty.

3:45–4:00pm         Break

4:00–5:45pm         Panel: Globalization, Lawyers and Emerging Economies — A Theoretical Synthesis
(Ames Courtroom)       • Luciana Gross Cunha (FGV law school, São Paulo)
                       • Marc Galanter (Wisconsin Law)
                       • Sida Liu (Wisconsin Law)
                       • Fabio de Sá e Silva (IPEA research center, Brasilia and Northeastern U.)
                       • David Trubek (Wisconsin Law)
                       • David Wilkins (Harvard Law Program on the Legal Profession)
                    Moderator: Mark Wu (Harvard Law)
                    Open to all HLS students and faculty.

6:00-7:00pm         Reception
(Pound 213)         Open to all HLS students and faculty.

7:00–9:30pm         Dinner and Keynote
(Ropes Gray Room)       • Martha Minow (Dean, Harvard Law)
                    Open to HLS faculty and a limited number of HLS students (pre-registration required:
                    PLPEvents@law.harvard.edu).




                                            Saturday, October 16, 2010
                                          PROPOSALS FOR REFORM


7:30–8:00am            Continental Breakfast
(Pound 101)
8:00–9:00am            Professional Development Proposals
(Pound 101)            Moderator: William Lee (Co-Managing Partner of WilmerHale)



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9:00–10:00am           Technology-Related Proposals
(Pound 101)            Moderator: Milton Regan (Georgetown Law Center for Study of the Legal
                       Profession)

10:00–10:30am          Break

10:30–11:30am          Structural/Regulatory Proposals
(Pound 101)            Moderator: Elizabeth Chambliss (NYLS Ctr for Professional Values & Practice)

11:30–12:30pm          Public Sphere Proposals
(Pound 101)            Moderator: Erik Ramanathan (Harvard Law Program on the Legal Profession)

12:45–2:00pm           Lunch and Keynote
(Ropes Gray Room)          • Laura Stein (General Counsel of Clorox; ACC Value Challenge)
                       Open to HLS faculty and a limited number of HLS students (pre-registration required:
                       PLPEvents@law.harvard.edu).

2:15–4:15pm            Thematic Working Group Meetings
(HLS Classrooms)       Centered on above proposals and moderators.

4:15–4:30pm            Break

4:30–6:00pm            Working Group Moderator Reports
(Pound 101)

6:00–6:30pm            Concluding Remarks and Future Plans
(Pound 101)               • David Wilkins (Harvard Law Program on the Legal Profession)
                          • Elizabeth Chambliss (NYLS Center for Professional Values & Practice)


                    The FutureEd 2 conference is sponsored in part by a generous grant from:




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