Cumberland School of Law is dedicated to keeping our lawyers connected, especially during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Here are a few recordings of recents events that may be viewed on your own time.
The Nuremberg After: The Einsatzgruppen Trial
In January, Professor Mark Hull ’91, Dept. of Military History for the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, described the greatest murder trial ever held (1947-48). Watch the recorded Nuremberg event.
Artificial Intelligence and the Law
In January, Frank Coppersmith '94 shared how artificial intelligence (A.I.) is creating new categories of legal work and giving lawyers powerful tools to address legal issues. Watch the recorded Artificial Intelligence event.
In February, Stacy Moon '98, litigator with Gordon Rees in Birmingham, shared her career war stories and advice on how to avoid similar mistakes. Watch the recorded February War Stories event.
In March, Gary Costales '91, an employment attorney in Miami, Florida, shared his career war stories and advice on how to avoid similar mistakes. Watch the recorded March War Stories event.
Mindfulness is Important!
In February, Kentucky lawyer Claire Persons joined us for a time of pause and relaxation. Watch the recorded Mindfulness event.
The Business of Cannabis
Jason Tortorici '96 discussed the current and projected legal status of cannabis and its derivatives like CBD as the U.S. economy braces for impact of the “green wave” spreading across the country. Watch the recorded Business of Cannabis event.
The Blend: Corporate Leadership in Industry of Intellectual Property
Associate professor Tim McFarlin led a discussion with alumni Brittany Schaffer ’10, Spotify’s head of label and artist partnerships, Nashville, and John Strohm ’04, president of Rounder Records, about their journey from law firms to leadership roles with Spotify and Rounder Records. Watch the recorded Corporate Leadership event.
Privacy in the Age of Social Media
The Impact of a New Administration on Higher Education
How will higher education be impacted by the new presidential administration? Samford University general counsel W. Clark Watson ’81 discussed many factors and
answered questions on the topic. Watch the recorded Impact of a New Administration event.
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