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Ben Wilson Named 2016 WBA Houston Medallion Honoree

Dartmouth Trustee and Washington, DC attorney Ben Wilson '73, has been named by the Washington Bar Association as the 2016 Charles Hamilton Houston Medallion of Merit Honoree.  The Houston Medallion of Merit is presented annually to an individual who demonstrates a commitment to the betterment of the legal profession.

 
New York Networking Event - May 19

Join fellow Dartmouth lawyers in New York City on May 19, for wine, cheese and networking at Murray's in the West Village.  Just $55 for DLA members. Register here.  Not a member of the DLA?  Become a member of the DLA first by clicking here.

 
Save the Date - CLE & SKI Feb. 23-25, 2017 at Banff
Did you miss the 2016 CLE & SKI meeting at the Canyons? Save the date for our 2017 meeting, Feb. 23-26, 2017 at the Rimrock Resort, in Banff, Alberta, Canada.
 
DLA Sponsors Law Day Lecture and Panel at Dartmouth

The Dartmouth Lawyers Association sponsored, together with the Dartmouth Rockefeller Center and the Dartmouth Legal Studies Faculty, the Stephen R. Volk '57 Lecture, entitled "Rigged: When Race and Poverty Determine Ourcomes in the Criminal Courts" by Stephen Bright, President and Senior Counsel, Southern Center for Human Rights and Lecturer at Yale Law School, on Thursday May 5, 2016.  For additional information, click here.  

In connection with the Law Day celebrations, the DLA also sponsored a panel discussion, on Friday May 6, entitled "Arguments for and against Capital Punishment, with Stephen Bright, Christopher Keating '86, David Ruhnke '65, and Alexander Rundlet '92, moderated by DLA Board Member Sam Braverman '88. Details here.

 
Yale Law Professor Presents Timbers Lecture at Dartmouth
Daniel Markovits, Guido Calabrese Professor of Law, Yale Law School presented the William H. Timbers '37 Lecture, on Thursday April 21, on "Meritocracy and Its Discontents." Markovits works in the philosophical foundations of private law, moral and political philosophy, and behavioral economics.  For additional details, see here.
 
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