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Pitt Law Faculty Participate in AALS Annual Meeting

Publish Date/Time: 
January 8, 2013

Pitt Law faculty played pivotal roles at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS), just concluded in New Orleans.   

Professor Mary Crossley presented a talk entitled "Giving Meaning to 'Meaningful Access' in Medicaid Managed Care."  Professor Crossley's talk was presented as part of the program of the Section on Disability Law.

Professor Larry Frolik was a member of two different conference panels.  He was a presenter on the Section of Employee Benefits and Compensation panel on "Retirement Planning After the Election."  His subject was "The Post-Election Future and Injustice of 401(k) Plans."  Professor Frolik was also a presenter at the Joint Session of the Sections of Law and Aging and the Law of Trusts and Estates. The panel topic was "Trusts and Estates, and an Aging Population: What We Need to Know and Teach."  His presentation was entitled, "Trust Protectors: The New Necessity for an  Effective Trust."

Professor Haider Hamoudi spoke on the AALS Islamic Law Panel.  The topic of the session  was "Remaking the Islamic State after the Arab Spring." Professor Hamoudi’s focus was on Iraq. Professor Hamoudi was also elected Chair Elect of the Islamic Law Section of AALS.

George Pike, Professor and Director of the Barco Law Library, served as Pitt Law's representative to the AALS House of Representatives. 

For more information about the AALS Annual Meeting, click here to see the full program.

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