|James Moliterno to discuss exporting American legal ethics|
James Moliterno, the Tazewell Taylor Professor of Law at William and Mary School of Law, will discuss “Exporting American Legal Ethics” at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3, in the Baker Courtroom at the School of Law. Moliterno will be the inaugural speaker of the Mart Vogel Lecture on Professionalism and Legal Ethics. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Moliterno earned his J.D. from Akron University. He joined the faculty of William & Mary School of Law in 1988; in addition to teaching, he is the director of the Legal Skills Program and director of the Clinical Program. Moliterno’s areas of specialization include professional responsibility, civil procedure, clinical legal education, evidence, legal skills, legal writing, and the practice of law. Moliterno has practiced law at the West Virginia Legal Services Plan and has taught at Texas Tech, West Virginia and Puget Sound law schools.
-- Rob Carolin, Director of Alumni & Public Relations, Law School, email@example.com, 777-2856