The California Supreme Court Historical Society, along with cosponsors the LA Times, Public Counsel, Southwestern Law School, the Ninth Circuit Historical Society, and the LA County Bar's Appellate Courts Committee, will present a symposium titled "Civil and Uncivil Constitutional Rights in California: The Early Legal History," on June 1, 2009 from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the Harry Chandler Auditorium in the LA Times Building at First and Broadway.
The program moderator will be Jim Newton, editor of the LA Times editorial page, and the panelists will be the Honorable Joseph R. Grodin, retired Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court, and Professor Jean Pfaelzer of the University of Delaware, author of Driven Out: The Forgotten War Against Chinese Americans. Chief Justice Ronald M. George also will speak, as will Professor Robert Chao Romero of UCLA.
Cost is only $15, which includes 2 hours of MCLE and validated parking in the LA Times garage at 213 South Spring Street.
To guarantee availability, please register on or before Monday, May 25, 2009.