Law School Day
While most of the Congress will take place on SLU’s main campus, Dean William P. Johnson will host the Congress at the School of Law (https://www.slu.edu/law/index.php) on Wednesday, July 22. The theme on that day will be “The Influence of the Medieval Legal System (the ius commune) on the Western Legal Tradition and International Law.” The day will feature two plenary addresses, concurrent sessions, an interactive law library exhibit, and a panel discussion on the day’s theme by five leading legal historians from three different countries.
The panel participants are:
- Prof. Orazio Condorelli (Professor Ordinarius of Ecclesiastical Law and Canon Law, Università degli Studi di Catania)
- Prof. Charles Donahue, Jr. (Paul A. Freund Professor of Law, Harvard Law School)
- Prof.ssa Silvia di Paolo (Professor of Jurisprudence, Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
- Prof. Kenneth Pennington (Kelly-Quinn Professor Emeritus of Ecclesiastical and Legal History, Catholic University of America Law School and School of Canon Law)
- Prof. Dr. Mathias Schmoeckel (Executive Director of the Institute of German and Rhenish Legal History and Civil Law, Universität Bonn)
The respondent will be Karen Petroski, Professor of Law at Saint Louis University.
This day is being advertised regionally as a Continuing Legal Education event for professional lawyers. It will provide 6.5 hours of Missouri CLE credit (it does not count for ethics CLE credit). To register your attendance for the CLE event, please email us at email@example.com, and we will confirm your registration. Attendance for CLE credit is free of charge.