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Date Published

August 13, 2020

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Minnesota Association for Justice

Subjects

Civil Rights, Elimination of Bias, Police Brutality

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Summary

38th Annual Convention – Part 2

MAJ Center for Legal Education 706 Second Ave S, Suite 140 Minneapolis, MN

Duration: 165 Minutes



Agenda

60 Minutes Race & Policing - The Road to George Floyd (Elimination of Bias) Duchess Harris, JD, Professor of American Studies, Macalester College, MN

60 Minutes Police Misconduct Litigation: Overcoming Lies and Unchecked Police Power to Get Justice

Moderator: Andrew J. Noel, Robins Kaplan LLP, MN

Panelists: Kathryn H. Bennett, Robins Kaplan LLP Oliver Nelson, III, Magna Law, LLC Joshua Newville, Madia Law LLC

45 Minutes Stop Killing the Prisoners - Asserting State Prisoner Rights to Constitutionally Required Medical Care Robert Bennett, Robins Kaplan LLP

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Presenters

Professor Duchess Harris

Professor Duchess Harris was mentored by Dr. Mary Frances Berry at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a degree... Read More

Oliver Edward Nelson

Oliver Edward Nelson, III practices in the areas of personal injury and civil rights. Mr. Nelson’s personal injury practice... Read More

Kathryn Bennett

Kathryn Bennett is a partner at Robins Kaplan, LLP. She is civil trial lawyer with an active practice in federal and state... Read More

Andrew Noel

Andrew Noel is a partner at Robins Kaplan, LLP. In October 2002, while Andy was waiting for his bar results, he helped Robert... Read More

Robert Bennett

Robert Bennett is a partner at Robins Kaplan, LLP. Bob is a perennial “Super Lawyer” and was selected by Minnesota Lawyer as... Read More

Joshua Newville

Joshua Newville is a partner at Madia Law, LLC. Joshua is civil trial and appellate attorney focusing on constitutional and... Read More

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