The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NCR) Program in the Creighton University Graduate School is excited to invite you to Disrupting Law, Reclaiming Justice – an upcoming event at Creighton that brings to the Heartland a national conversation about the need to remake the legal system – for it to be more responsive to more people, to business, to our changing population, and to the globally-interconnected and complex world we live in.
On Monday, October 8, Creighton will welcome Gillian Hadfield, author of the provocative book Rules for a Flat World. Joining Professor Hadfield will be national innovators in fields of law, economics, and social justice – Professor Bob Ellickson from Yale; Dean Danielle Conway from Maine Law; Dr. Ed Stringham, author of Private Governance; and Sean Carroll SJ of the Kino Border Initiative.
Disrupting Law, Reclaiming Justice will bring local community leaders of various backgrounds and experiences into conversation with these national voices.
The event is free of cost, but space is limited. If interested, please RSVP.