D.C. Bar 2020 Conference

Tuesday, October 20, 2020

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D.C. Bar 2020 Conference

Overview Agenda Speakers Registration Sponsors

Join legal experts from around the globe October 20-21 as we mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and explore what the next 100 years may bring for voting rights. Prominent speakers will discuss the history of the 19th Amendment, the decades-long struggle for its passage, and why it matters even more today. Sign up for this two-day virtual conference and stay on top of the latest voting rights issues and future challenges while earning valuable CLE credits.

Featured Speakers

Muriel Bowser   Katherine Broderick   Doris Goodwin
Mayor Muriel Bowser
Mayor of the District of Columbia
  Katherine “Shelley” Broderick
Dean Emerita and Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Chair of Social Justice at the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law
  Doris Kearns Goodwin
Renowned Presidential Historian and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author

CLE Registration Closed

  Full access to two days of virtual conference programming
(no CLE credit)

Why Attend?

Hear from top legal minds       Explore voting rights issues       Earn CLE credit
Hear from top legal minds       Explore voting rights issues       Earn CLE credits

Questions? Contact [email protected].