From student organizers at the University of Mississippi School of Law:
The University of Mississippi School of Law will be hosting the 2nd Annual LGBT Legal Symposium on March 23rd, 2012 at the Robert C. Khayat Law Center. Like last year, the Symposium will feature well known names within the LGBT legal community, and present classes on topics such as Transgender Marriages, Wills and Estates, Custody Issues, Cyber-Bullying and GSA Formation. D’Arcy Kemnitz, Executive Director of the National LGBT Bar Association, will be moderating a panel on Ethics and Diversity in the Legal Profession. 4.5 CLE credits, which includes 1 Ethics Hour, are available for attending attorneys.
The Symposium may be attended either in person, or we are able to offer 25 seats for attendance through live streaming video over the Internet. Registration for either type of attendance is $125 (faculty and students attend free of charge). Lunch is included in the registration fee. To register, please print and fill out the registration form and return to address indicated on the form along with a check or money order for the registration fee.
If you’re in that area of the country on March 23, please consider attending to support the students who are making this CLE available in Mississippi.