“Fighting Back: A Legal Framework for Defeating the Opioid Crisis” is the title of The University of Toledo Law Review’s annual symposium, which will take place Friday, Oct. 11.
The free, public event will begin at 8 a.m. in the Law Center McQuade Auditorium.
Despite the decrease in opioid deaths in Ohio during the last year, experts predict death from opioids will continue to rise in the next decade.
The symposium will feature scholars and practitioners from across the region who will analyze the past efforts made toward defeating the opioid crisis. The event will foster discussions focused on these realizations and address the legal implications from a variety of perspectives: the criminal justice response, implications on public policy, regulating the medical field, and unintended consequences of the crisis.
This symposium will be of particular interest to attorneys in the practice of family law, criminal litigation and civil disputes; individuals employed with state and federal agencies; as well as those working to combat the crisis as healthcare providers and administrators. Individuals affected by this crisis also would benefit from attending.
Presenters’ scholarly contributions will appear in volume 51, issue 3, of The University of Toledo Law Review.
This symposium has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 6.25 total Continuing Legal Education (CLE) hours, which includes 1.5 professional conduct hours.
If you do not need CLE credit and do not wish to have lunch, the event is free and registration is not required.
If you intend to seek CLE credit and/or would like a box lunch, registration is required by Tuesday, Oct. 8
For more information about the conference and to register for CLE and/or lunch, visit the College of Law website.