What Can the Inns of Court Do about the Peril of Racial Injustice to the Rule of Law?
Joint Program Sponsored by the Temple American Inn of Court and Gray’s Inn, London
The Temple American Inn of Court in conjunction with Gray’s Inn, London will present a TED® Talk-style debate, The Great Transatlantic Debates in a Virtual World, on October 22, 2020, from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. EST / 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. UK time, as a virtual, online event.
“This event represents the embodiment of the principles for which the Inns of Court movement stands—legal excellence, civility, professionalism and ethics. In the spirit of the Inns, it also features speakers from all levels of the bench and bar. We will gather together in the spirit of collegiality with the hope of inspiring the legal community to advance the rule of law and to share and exchange ideas on topics of legal and global importance with members of Inns from across the region and with our friends from Gray’s Inn from across the pond.,” says Hon. Sheila Woods-Skipper, President of the Temple American Inn of Court.
Blank Rome Partner Anthony B. Haller serves as co-chair of the Temple American Inn of Court Debate Planning Committee for the upcoming debate and Blank Rome Associate Joel Michel will present the United States’ perspective in debating “What Can the Inns of Court Do About the Peril of Racial Injustice to the Rule of Law?”
Other debate topics include:
- Is the Pandemic an Existential Threat to the Health and Well-Being of the Profession?
- The Impact of COVID-19 and Technology on The Future of Law Practice and Court Proceedings
For more information, please visit the program webpage.