Law Review Symposium
'Defining Law in a Time of Terror'
40th Annual Law Review Symposium
Registration & Continental Breakfast start at 8:30 a.m.
Program: 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
(3.75 Professional Conduct CLE Hours
Pending with the Supreme Court of Ohio)
Individual Attorney: $85
ONU Law Alumni: $65
Lehr Society, Law Alumni: $40
Other Attendee: $25
Amanda Frost, Professor of Law and Director of S.J.D. Program
American University Washington College of Law
Jennifer Koh, Professor of Law and Director of the Immigration Clinic
Western State College of Law
“Removal in the Shadows of Immigration Court under the Trump Administration”
Leticia Saucedo, Professor of Law
U.C. Davis School of Law
“Employment Authorization and Immigration Status: Separate Identities for the Sake of Security?”
Khaled Beydoun, Associate Professor of Law
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
“Islamophobia, Immigration, and Executive Actions Banning Muslims”
Panel Discussion: Featuring all speakers and Jill Apa, Special Counsel, Barclay Damon, LLP, Buffalo, New York
The panel discussion portion of the symposium will be led in to by current immigration attorney, Jill Apa Esq. She will briefly discuss her practice and address legal issues raised earlier in the day by relating theories presented to what occurs in the real world. The panel, comprised of all the day’s speakers, will then address several questions regarding the current U.S. immigration ban, the judicial branch, federalism concerns, and more. ONU Professor of Law Liam O’Melinn will moderate the panel to generate a thorough and thought-provoking discussion.