Education Panel to Honor Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg

A panel discussion, “Using the Law to Achieve Thorough, Efficient and Desegregated Schools: Celebrating the Career of Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg,” will be moderated by Lawrence S. Lustberg of Gibbons P.C..

The panel will feature retired New Jersey Chief Justice Deborah Poritz; retired New Jersey Associate Justice Gary Stein; Rutgers Law School Professor Elise Boddie; Professor Julia Sass Rubin of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University; and David Sciarra, Executive Director of the Education Law Center.

The event, which will be held in the Baker Moot Courtroom on the first floor of the law school, is free and open to the public.

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Wed, March 22
4:00 pm — 6:30 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/22/2017 4:00pm 03/22/2017 6:30pm America/New_York Education Panel to Honor Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg

A panel discussion, “Using the Law to Achieve Thorough, Efficient and Desegregated Schools: Celebrating the Career of Professor Emeritus Paul Tractenberg,” will be moderated by Lawrence S. Lustberg of Gibbons P.C..

The panel will feature retired New Jersey Chief Justice Deborah Poritz; retired New Jersey Associate Justice Gary Stein; Rutgers Law School Professor Elise Boddie; ...

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