Albany Law School Hosts Defining Race Symposium

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Date: 11/10/2008

The Albany Law Review and Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology hosted "Defining Race," a symposium exploring the intersection of race and law, on Friday, Nov. 14. Top scholars from around the country participated in three panel discussions to examine how race is defined, as well as the implications of these definitions in a legal context.

Participants included:

Bridgette Baldwin, Western New England College School of Law
Anthony Paul Farley, Albany Law School
James Gathii, Albany Law School
Phyllis Goldfarb, George Washington University Law School
Neil Gotanda, Western State University College of Law
Cesar Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez, Law Offices of Raul Garcia and Associates
Annette Kahler, Albany Law School
Hope Lewis, Northeastern University School of Law
Bekah Mandell, Woodbury College
Janai Nelson, St. Johns University School of Law
Reginald Oh, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Imani Perry, Rutgers School of Law
Deborah Post, Touro Law Center
Vilma Santiago-Irizarry, Cornell University
Christian Sundquist, Albany Law School
Donna Young, Albany Law School.

The symposium was free and open to the public. For more information, e-mail lawreview@albanylaw.edu or visit www.albanylawreview.org.