If you’ve been following the CAFA Law Blog (and who hasn’t), you know there’s plenty of CAFA interpretation out there to discuss as of late. The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is diving into the thick of things by hosting what’s sure to be a one-two punch of a symposium (Down goes Apollo Creed) with professors, judges, and practitioners discussing six different perspectives on CAFA: history, judicial policy, federalism, regulatory policy, impact on federal courts and impact on the legal profession.
There’s a little something for everyone! We suggest strapping on your trainers and heading to Philly to take advantage of it. You may not run the stairs like Rocky, but you’ll no doubt get a good workout as you engage in some good give-and-take CAFA discussion. CLE credit is approved for Pennsylvania practitioners. Can’t make it for the symposium? The papers and some commentary will be published in Volume 156 of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.
WHAT: Fairness to Whom? Perspectives on the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005
WHO: The University of Pennsylvania Law Review
WHEN: Friday, November 30, 2007-Saturday, December 1, 2007
WHERE: University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA