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NEIL GOTANDA, Western State College of Law at Argosy University

  • When: May 17, 2017, 12 pm
  • Where: ABF Woods Conference Room, 750 N. Lake Shore Drive, 4th Floor, Lakeside, Chicago IL 60611

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Neil Gotanda is Professor of Law at Western State College of Law in Irvine California.  He was an original participant in the Conference on Critical Legal Studies, a co-founder of the Conference on Critical Race Theory and developed the earliest courses on Asian American Jurisprudence.  In 1997, he received the Clyde Ferguson Award of the Minority Groups Section of the AALS and was honored by the Asian Law Journal with a Symposium issue on his work. In 2008, he delivered the inaugural Neil Gotanda Lecture in Asian American Jurisprudence at UC Berkeley School of Law. He is co-editor of Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement (1995).  Other publications include New Directions in Asian American Jurisprudence, Asian American Law Journal (2010), The Story of Korematsu: The Japanese American Cases in Constitutional Law Stories (2004), A Critique of "Our Constitution is Color-Blind," Stanford Law Review (1991).

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