President-elect Gormley to teach Stover Center CLE at Jesus College, Cambridge University, England
Ken Gormley, professor of law and president-elect of Duquesne University, will instruct participants in a special continuing legal education program this summer at Jesus College, Cambridge University in Cambridge, England.
Waynesburg University's Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership is hosting the CLE course in England August 1-5, 2016.
The five-day program explores the essential contemporary and historical attributes of American, English, and European law in a wide-ranging discussion among distinguished jurists, academic leaders, and practicing lawyers. The program is approved for 12 hours of CLE credit, including 2 ethics hours. in Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.
President-elect Gormley, a constitutional law scholar, will discuss U.S. constitutional law. Other participants include:
Judge D. Michael Fisher of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
Judge Gary Glazer of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Sir Robin Auld, former lord justice of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales
Judge Ann Hunter Simpson of the Virginia Circuit Court (retired)
Law Professor Catherine Barnard of Cambridge University
Sir Anthony Holland of Financial Services, Authority Complaints Commissioner, England
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