Blank Rome’s Leslie Corwin to Participate in Aspen Institute’s 2017 Justice & Society Seminar
Blank Rome LLP Partner Les Corwin will participate in the Aspen Institute’s 2017 Justice & Society Seminar, which will be held July 6-12, in Aspen, Colorado. This annual seminar, co-founded by the late Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun, is comprised of only 20 participants per year, by invitation only. Seminar participants are distinguished individuals chosen from various fields who bring a wealth of personal and professional experience to the discussion; they are often leaders in their respective communities who are engaged in discussing the values and ideals that guide their work.
The 2017 Justice & Society Seminar will be moderated by Dean Robert Post and Professor Reva Siegel of Yale Law School, and Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Participants will focus on the conceptions of justice and how a just society should deal with issues such as private conduct and public mores, economic disparities, equality, and the breakdown of long-established hierarchies of race and gender, as well as the contours of justice in the international sphere. To learn more, please visit www.aspeninstitute.org/jss.
Mr. Corwin is an experienced trial and appellate lawyer in Blank Rome’s New York office who has represented and negotiated on behalf of the principals, partners, and senior executives of many of the leading international and national law firms and accounting firms; broker-dealers; investment banks; hedge funds; and real estate developers. He is a frequent analyst on CNN, CNBC, and Fox television, as well as for The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Mr. Corwin is also the author of Law Firm Partnership Agreements and writes extensively for law journals and leading industry publications, and lectures for bar and legal associations and industry organizations. In addition to being a member of various legal organizations, Mr. Corwin is a member of the Committee on Character and Fitness, Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Judicial Department, and of the American Law Institute, as well as a Fellow of the New York Bar Foundation and the American Bar Foundation.