Monday, February 02, 2009

The Howard Law Journal has just published papers from the 2008 Second Annual Vinson & Elkins LLP/Howard Law Journal Symposium. This year's focus was the legacy of the Supreme Court's 1957 decision in Conley v. Gibson. Here is a listing of the Articles and their citations:

Andrew I. Gavil, Civil Rights And Civil Procedure: The Legacy Of Conley v. Gibson, 52 HOWLJ 1.

Honorable Robert L. Carter, Civil Procedure As A Vindicator Of Civil Rights: The Relevance Of Conley v. Gibson In The Era Of “Plausibility Pleading”, 52 HOWLJ 17.

Roy L. Brooks, Conley And Twombly: A Critical Race Theory Perspective, 52 HOWLJ 31.

Emily Sherwin, The Jurisprudence of Pleading: Rights, Rules, and Conley v. Gibson, 52 HOWLJ 73.

A. Benjamin Spencer, Pleading Civil Rights Claims In The Post-Conley Era, 52 HOWLJ 99.


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