The University of Miami Law Review is pleased to invite you to its 2006 Symposium titled, “The Schiavo Case: Interdisciplinary Perspectives.” The Symposium is designed to examine the issues that survive the Terri Schiavo case, including basic questions that may affect the structure and perceptions of our legal system, from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. We will address this situation from standpoints that include ethics, therapeutic jurisprudence, family law, Florida and United States constitutional considerations, judicial independence, economic implications, disability law, executive branch power, media influence, and government responsibility. The Symposium will feature academics and practitioners from around the United States representing both the legal and medical fields. The Symposium will begin at 9:00 am on Saturday, February 18th, and will include breakfast, lunch, and a cocktail reception.
Make them stop. I have work to do.