Talking About The Lincoln Lawyer
May 4, 2012 12:15pm - 5:00pm
559 Nathan Abbott Way
About the Event: As its second annual conference on law and popular culture, The Center on the Legal Profession hosts a movie screening of Lionsgate's The Lincoln Lawyer, followed by two panel discussions and a reception. The first panel will feature the novelist and the screenwriter discussing the creative process involved in bringing the story to page and screen. The second panel will analyze the ethical dilemmas portrayed in the film. Attendees will receive one hour of MCLE ethics credit.
12:00 PM - Lunch available
12:15 PM - Movie Screening: The Lincoln Lawyer
2:30 PM - Panel 1: The Writers Talk About Creating The Lincoln Lawyer
Featuring Novelist Michael Connelly, Screenwriter John Romano, and moderated by David Ginsburg, Executive Director of the UCLA School of Law’s Entertainment and Media Law and Policy Program
3:15 PM - Panel 2: Speaking of Ethics: The Lincoln Lawyer as a Case Study
Featuring Professor Deborah Rhode, Professor William Simon, Professor Robert Gordon, and moderated by Professor Michael Asimow
4:15 PM - Reception at the Paul Brest Hall East Courtayrd
This event is free and open to the the public. Click here to register.