October 2, 2007
Honorable Jack Landau and Honorable David Schuman of the Oregon Court of Appeals Present Appellate Update at Law School Saturday, October 13
On Saturday, October 13, from 8:30-10:00 a.m., two distinguished Oregon jurists will present a CLE titled “Appellate Update: The Most Important & Outrageous Recent Oregon Appellate Cases,” for 1.5 CLE credits. The Honorable David Schuman, an alumnus, former faculty member, and former Associate Dean of the University of Oregon School of Law, has been a Judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals since 2001. While on the faculty, Judge Schuman received the Ersted Award for Distinguished Teaching and published scholarly articles in the Oregon Law Review, Michigan Law Review, Vermont Law Review, American Criminal Law Review, Temple Law Review, and many other journals, as well as articles in The Washington Post, The Oregonian, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, among others. The Honorable Jack Landau has been a Judge of the Oregon Court of Appeals since 1992. Before joining the court, Judge Landau was a partner at Lindsay, Hart, Neil & Weigler, was Attorney-in-Charge of the Oregon Department of Justice’s Special Litigation Unit, and served as Deputy Attorney General. Judge Landau is also a member of the Oregon Law Institute’s Board of Directors.
The CLE will be held at the School of Law, 1515 Agate Street, Room 110, in Eugene. 1.5 CLE credits will be offered. The cost is $25 for Law School Alumni Association (“LSAA”) members, $50 to non-LSAA members, and free to those who do not take CLE credits. For further information, call 541.346.3970 or email email@example.com.