Virtual Symposium Details
Transportation is at the heart of American life. Transportation infrastructure provides access, or lack thereof, to employment, resources, educational opportunities, housing, and more. The Indiana Law Review Symposium will include discussions from diverse scholars examining and even reimagining transportation infrastructure. It will take place on Friday, April 8, 2022, from 1:00–4:15 PM Eastern. There is no fee to register, and attorneys are eligible for 3.0 hours of Indiana Distance Continuing Legal Education credit.
Professor Kali Murray from Marquette University Law School will speak on transportation infrastructure related to race and space within cities. The webinar will conclude with a panel, The Future of Transportation Infrastructure, featuring experts from Brookings Metro, Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure, Transportation for America, and The Sierra Club. The panel will discuss innovative solutions to transportation issues and the intersection of transportation policy and environmental policy, including the possible impact of additional federal funds from the recent federal infrastructure bill.
Register here: tinyurl.com/ILRwebinar
Networking Night Details
You are cordially invited to the Indiana Law Review Symposium kickoff event on Thursday, April 7th from 5:30-8:30 pm at Tinker House Events. We are excited to gather in person for conversation and encourage law students, faculty, staff, and legal professionals to attend. The event will include small group discussions, heavy appetizers, and beverages. Suggested attire is business casual. There is no cost to attend.
Please RSVP by March 31st to ensure we have enough food. Parking information and event details will be sent via email the week of April 4th. Email Katie Whitley at email@example.com with questions.
RSVP here: tinyurl.com/ILRnetwork