November 20, 2007

Plethora of New Conversations in Law Podcasts Feature Outstanding Fall Programs

 

A host of interesting and informative programs have been hosted at Hamline University School of Law this Fall. If you missed them (or would like to hear them again), please visit www.hamline.edu/law/conversations. Among the latest offerings:

Immigration Health Law Panel, which was held on Oct. 25, and featured panelists Frank Fernandez, Hamline alumnus and Vice President of Government Programs at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota; Laura Melnick, senior attorney, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services; and Kathy McDonough, Minnesota Department of Human Services. The event was sponsored by the Latino Law Students Association, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, Immigration Section of the Public Interest Law Group and the Hamline University Health Law Institute.

Hamline University School of Law 2007 Dean's Dinner, featuring remarks by Hamline University President Linda Hanson, Hamline Law Dean Jon Garon, University of Minnesota Co-Dean Guy-Uriel E. Charles and Pepperdine School of Law Dean Ken Starr. Available as audio or video.

Dean Jon Garon discussing his book, "Own It - The Law & Business Guide to Launching a New Business through Innovation, Exclusivity and Relevance," on KZSU-FM radio. The book offers hands-on examples and explanations of how to build long-lasting value for businesses through the use of trademarks, copyright, patents and other legal techniques. It is intended to serve as a manual for making start-up businesses profitable, stable and built to last.