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Attorney: R. Lawrence Purdy
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  • "Exhaustion, Race Neutral Alternatives, and the Future of Affirmative Action Litigation," panel member, Michigan Journal of Law Reform Sympoium on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan Law School, 2014
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "After the Fall: The Legacy of the I-35W Bridge Collapse Litigation and What It Means to the Design & Construction Industry in Minnesota," Maslon Speaker Series, 2013
    Jason A. Lien, Nicole E. Narotzky, James Duffy O'Connor, R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher: Is It Time to End and Not Mend It?" University of San Francisco Law Review Symposium, University of San Francisco School of Law, 2013
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "A Focus on ‘Diversity': What Are the Implications for Our Military?" United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 2012
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "Diversity in the Profession," Alabama State Bar Association Annual Convention, 2010
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "Master Class on Trial Advocacy for Products Liability," ACI, 2006
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "Advanced Trial Advocacy," former adjunct faculty, William Mitchell College of Law
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • "Trial Practice Course," guest lecturer, University of Minnesota Law School
    R. Lawrence Purdy
  • Faculty presenter for numerous Minnesota Institute of Legal Education (MILE), ABA, and Lexis/Nexis sponsored programs dealing with product liability, expert witness, and federal pre-emption issues.
    R. Lawrence Purdy
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