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Past Symposia

2020 - The Opioid Crisis: Where Do We Go From Here 
2019 - Rising Stars: A New Generation of Scholars Looks at Civil Justice 
2018 - Patient Safety: How Might the Law Help 
2017 - The Impact of Dark Money on Judicial Elections and Behavior 
2016 - Privacy, Data Theft and Corporate Responsibility​ 
2015 - The Supreme Court, Business and Civil Justice 
2014 - In Honor of Jack Weinstein 
2013 - Brave New World: The Changing Face of Litigation and Law Firm Finance 
2012 - A Celebration of the Thought of Marc Galanter 
2011 - Festschrift for Robert Rabin 
2010 - The Limits of Predictability and the Value of Uncertainty 
2009 - Rising Stars: A New Generation of Scholars Looks at Civil Justice 
2008 - The Challenge of 2020: Preparing a Civil Justice Reform Agenda for the Coming Decade 
2007 - Distortions in the Attorney/Client Relationship: Threats to Sound Advice? 
2006 - Is the Rule of Law Waning in America? 
2005 - Who Feels Their Pain? The Challenge of Non-Economic Damages in Civil Litigation 
2004 - Starting Over: Redesigning the Medical Malpractice System 
2003 - After Disaster: The September 11th Compensation Fund and the Future of Civil Justice 
2002 - Export Import: American Civil Justice in a Global Context 
2001 - Smoke Signals: Civil Justice in the Wake of the Tobacco Wars 
2000 - Civil Litigation and Popular Culture 
1999 - Judges as Tort Lawmakers 
1998 - The American Civil Jury: Illusion and Reality 
1997 - Contingent Fee Financing of Litigation in America 
1996 - Tort Law and the Science of the Twenty-First Century 
1995 - ADR and Torts: Implications for Practice and Reform