ACLU Northwest Civil Liberties Conference (CLE)

Date: 
10/29/2010 - 9:00am
Location: 
Lewis & Clark Law School, 10015 S.W. Terwilliger Boulevard, Portland

Presented by the ACLU Foundation of Oregon & the Lewis & Clark Law School ACLU student group

ACLU OR NW Civil Liberties ConferenceThe first-ever ACLU Northwest Civil Liberties Conference will take place on Friday and Saturday, October 29-30, 2010, on the campus of the Lewis & Clark Law School. Judges, attorneys, professors and nonprofit leaders from around the region will come together to discuss important current civil liberties and civil rights issues affecting their communities. The Conference begins at 9 a.m., Friday, with keynote speaker Charles Hinkle, a prominent civil litigator and partner at Stoel Rives LLP. It concludes on Saturday afternoon with a panel of ACLU Executive Directors from Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana and Oregon.

Panel topics include:
•    Using State Constitutions to Find and Enforce Civil Liberties
•    Access to Justice for Native American Women and Alaska Native Women
•    States of Turmoil: Immigration Law and the Federal-State Divide
•    9th Circuit Review
•    ACLU Executive Directors Panel
(non-CLE)

Oregon - 6.5 General and 2 Access to Justice CLE credits approved
Washington - 8 CLE credits

Early bird registration until October 11, 2010

  • General Admission - $125
  • Students (ID required) - $25

After October 11, 2010

  • General Admission - $175
  • Students (ID required) - $45

Registration fee includes breakfast and lunch for both days of the conference.

Co-sponsored by the Oregon Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS)


Program Schedule & Speaker Bios
Registration for the 2010 conference is CLOSED


2011 ACLU NW Civil Liberties Conference