Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice Symposia
Academic institutions are considered to be marketplaces of ideas, and in that role they serve as places of conversation and debate. We believe it is the duty of academic institutions like Mitchell Hamline to host these scholarly conversations, as we do with our Law Journal of Public Policy and Practice symposia, in an attempt to dialogue about important topics.
Spring 2021 Symposium
The Law and Police Accountability
Spring 2020 Symposium
The Future of Healthcare Reform
2019 Legislative Forum
A Forum on Tax Legislation & Marijuana Legalization
Spring 2019 Symposium
Residency Restrictions: Wise or Unwise?
Spring 2018 Symposium
Convicting Sex Traffickers in the Modern World
Spring 2017 Symposium
Policing in Minnesota: Policy, Practice, and the Law
Spring 2015 Symposium
The Death Penalty Debate in America: Effectiveness, Fairness, Constitutionality, and Other Considerations