Brodin Featured Panelist for “Through a Glass Starkly: Civil Procedure Reassessed” Symposium
2014 news archive
Newton, MA--BC Law Professor Mark Brodin was a featured speaker at a symposium entitled “Through a Glass Starkly: Civil Procedure Reassessed,” where he presented his paper "Screening Out Unwanted Calls: The Manipulation of Standing Doctrine." The symposium was co-sponsored by Northeastern University School of Law and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law.
The Symposium focused on civil procedure and drew the nation's leading experts in civil procedure to present papers and engage in scholarly discussion. Panelists explored topics such as the rulemaking process, the role of pre-trial procedure, and perspectives on trans-substantivity. A full list of speakers and the topics they presented on is available here.