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Pepperdine University School of Law

Friday, November 15, 2013

Southwestern Hosts Class Crits VI: Debt, Austerity and the Possibilities of the Political


The Southwestern Law Review hosts a two-day workshop beginning today on Class Crits VI: Stuck in Forward? Debt, Austerity and the Possibilities of the Political, with these tax and legal education panels:

Leveraging Tomorrow for Today With Debt, Austerity, and Taxes for the Masses:

Unequal Education

  • Sumi Cho (DePaul), The Impact of Austerity on Minority Faculty Members in Higher Education
  • Victoria Haneman (UNLV), The Impact of Student Loan Debt on Marriage and Childbearing
  • Lucy Jewel (Tennessee), Tales of a Fourth Tier Nothing: Class Bias in Legal Education Reform
  • Julie Nice (San Francisco), Reproducing Elitism in Legal Education
  • Terry Smith (DePaul), Austerity in Color: Minority Professors and the Transformation of Higher Education
  • Roman J. Hoyos (Southwestern) (moderator)

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