Nahmod Law

Upcoming 37th Conference on Section 1983: April 23-24, 2020

I am pleased to announce that the 37th consecutive Conference on Section 1983 will be held at Chicago-Kent College of Law on Thursday and Friday, April 23-24, 2020.

As always, the Conference features outstanding and experienced scholars and practitioners addressing virtually all aspects of section 1983 and related constitutional provisions. The Conference also includes updates on important recent and forthcoming Supreme Court cases and on attorney’s fees and related ethical issues. In addition, this year we have new presentations on due process, immigration and takings law after Knick.

Here is the registration link: https://cle.kentlaw.edu/conference-detail.asp?productId=426.

Please call our CLE office, 312-906-5090, or connect with the office via email, cle@kentlaw.iit.edu, if you have any questions.

Or, you may email me directly at snahmod@kentlaw.edu.

Here is a chronological listing of each day’s presentations.

Day 1: Thursday, April 23, 2020

Sheldon Nahmod on the basics of the section 1983 claim

Erwin Chemerinsky on individual immunities

Karen Blum on municipal liability

Rosalie Levinson on due process

Erwin Chemerinsky on the Supreme Court’s current and forthcoming Terms

Day 2: Friday, April 24, 2020

John Murphy on practical considerations in section 1983 litigation

Kimberly Bailey on the Fourth Amendment

John Murphy on takings after Knick (concurrent session)

Victoria Carmona on immigration law and section 1983 (concurrent session)

Gerry Birnberg on attorney’s fees and ethical issues

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I hope to see you there. And if you do attend, please say hello.

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Written by snahmod

January 15, 2020 at 9:10 am

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