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王者荣耀芈月点点斿

35th Nathanson Memorial Lecture: Hon. M. Margaret McKeown

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35th Nathanson Memorial Lecture: Hon. M. Margaret McKeown

王者荣耀芈月点点斿This event occurred in the past

Date and Time

  • Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location

王者荣耀芈月点点斿Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, Theatre

5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110

Cost

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Details

The Honorable M. Margaret McKeown to deliver the 35th Annual Nathaniel L. Nathanson Memorial Lecture

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The University of San Diego School of Law is proud to announce that the Honorable Margaret McKeown will deliver the 35th Nathaniel L. Nathanson Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at USD Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, Theatre (new location).

王者荣耀芈月点点斿The lecture will begin at 6:00pm and will be followed by a reception at 7:00pm. Admission is free of charge for both events, but advance registration is required.

About Honorable M. Margaret McKeown

Judge McKeown was appointed to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and was confirmed by the United States Senate in 1998. She attended the University of Madrid and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Wyoming with a B.A. in 1972 and from Georgetown University Law Center with a J.D. in 1975. She received an honorary doctorate from Georgetown University in 2005. Judge McKeown was a White House Fellow in 1980-1981, serving as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior and Special Assistant at the White House. In 1993, she served as a Japan Society Leadership Fellow. She was the first woman partner at Perkins Coie.

王者荣耀芈月点点斿Judge McKeown is past President of the Federal Judges Association. She is currently Chair of the ABA Rule of Law Initiative Board and the Ninth Circuit Pacific Islands Committee. She serves on the Council of the American Law Institute, the Executive Council for the American Society of International Law, the managerial board of the International Association of Women Judges, and the Editorial Board of Litigation Journal. She is immediate past Chair of the Georgetown Law Board of Visitors, an adjunct professor at Northwestern University Law School, and Jurist-in-Residence at the University of San Diego Law School. She serves on the Chief Justice’s Workplace Environment Working Group and chaired the federal Codes of Conduct Committee (ethics).

Judge McKeown has been an advisor on several international projects of the American Law Institute: Intellectual Property: Principles Governing Jurisdiction, Choice of Law, and Judgments in Transnational Disputes; International Commercial Arbitration (ongoing); and Foreign Relations Law (ongoing). She is also an advisor on the Restatement of the Law for Copyright.

王者荣耀芈月点点斿Judge McKeown has lectured and taught extensively on constitutional law, international law, human rights law, intellectual property, litigation, ethics, and judicial administration in Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Selected publications include “The Lost Sanctuary: Examining Sex Trafficking Through the Lens of Ah Sou” (Cornell Journal of International Law, 2008); “Happy Birthday Statute of Anne: The Dance Between the Courts and Congress” (Berkeley Technology Law Journal, 2010); “To Judge or Not to Judge: Transparency and Recusal in the Federal System,” (The Review of Litigation, 2011); “The Internet and the Constitution: A Selective Retrospective,” (Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts, 2014); “Culinary Ambiguity: A Canonical Approach to Deciphering Menus,” (Harvard Journal on Legislation, 2014); and “Beginning with Brown: Springboard for Gender Equality and Social Change,” (San Diego Law Review, Fall 2015); “The ABA Rule of Law Initiative: Celebrating 25 Years of Global Initiatives (Michigan Journal of International Law, 2018).

王者荣耀芈月点点斿Judge McKeown has received a number of prestigious awards, including the ABA Margaret Brent Women of Achievement Award, The ABA John Marshall Award, the White House Fellows Legacy of Leadership Award, the Georgetown University John Carroll Award and Drinan Award for Public Service, the California Bar Intellectual Property Vanguard Award, the University of Wyoming Distinguished Alumnae, the Girl Scouts’ “Cool Woman” Award, and several community service awards.

王者荣耀芈月点点斿Judge McKeown has been active in community and civic affairs. She has served on the national boards of Volunteers of America and Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and is the past chair of the White House Fellows Foundation. She was a member of the first American expedition to Mt. Shishapangma in Tibet.

  • About the Nathaniel L. Nathanson Memorial Lecture Series

    This lecture series was established in 1984 to honor Nathaniel L. Nathanson, an esteemed law professor who devoted his life to the law and legal education. The series brings distinguished speakers to the University of San Diego to discuss issues of national significance.

    王者荣耀芈月点点斿Nathanson, a graduate of Yale University, Yale Law School and Harvard Law School, served as law clerk to the Honorable Julian Mack of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, as well as to the Honorable Louis D. Brandeis of the Supreme Court of the United States. He taught law at Northwestern University School of Law from 1936 to 1977, where he was named professor emeritus. That same year, he was named a distinguished professor of law at the University of San Diego. He spent alternate semesters at the two law schools until his death in 1983. Also receiving the benefit of his wisdom were Stanford University, Rutgers University, the University of Washington, Arizona State University and the University of Tokyo.

    王者荣耀芈月点点斿Nathanson was best known for his work in the areas of administrative law, constitutional law, civil liberties, international law and human rights. In these and other areas, he authored or served as editor of seven books and published almost 100 major articles, reviews and papers. He continued to pursue these interests through service to government, the American Society of Legal Studies, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Constitutional Convention of Palau, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith.

    王者荣耀芈月点点斿The University of San Diego greatly benefited from the presence of this eminent professor and is pleased to present this lecture series in his memory.

  • MCLE

    The University of San Diego School of Law is a State Bar of California-approved MCLE provider. This event has been approved for 1.0 hour of general credit.

  • Location & Parking

    LOCATION
    Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, Theater
    USD Campus, corner of Marian Way & Camino San Diego
    王者荣耀芈月点点斿5998 Alcala Park, 92110

    DIRECTIONS

    From the North (Los Angeles, La Jolla)

    • Use I-5 (South), exit at Sea World Drive and Tecolote Road
    • Turn Left on Tecolote Road.
    • Right on Morena Blvd.
    • Left on Napa Street to Linda Vista Road.
    • Make a left at the 1st stoplight on Linda Vista Road onto Marian Way, USD's West Entrance.
    • Take 1st Left after security booth and enter the “West Lot”
    • Park and note your license plate number. Find the Parking Kiosk and enter validation code that will be sent out closer to the event when asked. It does not need to be displayed on your dashboard.
    • Take event tram to the venue, or walk up the hill.
    • Event is in the “Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice” building.

     

    From the South (Downtown, Convention Center)

    • Use I-5 (North) to I-8 (East) and exit at the first exit, Morena Blvd.
    • Follow Morena Blvd, and bear right onto Linda Vista Road.
    • Make a left at the 1st stoplight on Linda Vista Road onto Marian Way, USD's West Entrance.
    • Take 1st Left after security booth and enter the “West Lot”
    • Park and note your license plate number. Find the Parking Kiosk and enter validation code that will be sent out closer to the event when asked. It does not need to be displayed on your dashboard.
    • Take event tram to the venue, or walk up the hill.
    • Event is in the “Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice” building.

     

    From the East

    • Use I-8 (West), exit at Morena Blvd.
    • Bear right onto Linda Vista Road.
    • Make a left at the 2nd stoplight on Linda Vista Road onto Marian Way, USD's West Entrance.
    • Take 1st Left after security booth and enter the “West Lot”
    • Park and note your license plate number. Find the Parking Kiosk and enter validation code that will be sent out closer to the event when asked. It does not need to be displayed on your dashboard.
    • Take event tram to the venue, or walk up the hill.
    • Event is in the “Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice” building.

     

    ARRIVE EARLY!  Take the tram to the venue, or if you prefer to walk the Institute is a 5 minute walk up the hill and is the first building on the right hand side.

Sponsor(s)

Justice M. Margaret McKeown

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