Speaking Engagements

The Road to Hell is Paved with 'Particular Intentions': Literary, Historicist and Authorial Perspectives on Evidence

UVA Law School ASLCH Program
03.11.14

8:30-10:15 a.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Randy D. Gordon will be speaking at the University of Virginia Law School during the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities 17th Annual Conference. Mr. Gordon will chair the panel on "The Road to Hell is Paved with 'Particular Intentions': Literary, Historicist and Authorial Perspectives on Evidence."

The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities is an organization of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary, humanistically-oriented legal scholarship. This year's conference theme is: The Politics of Law and the Humanities: Crisis, Austerity, Instrumentalism.

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