The 2014 Kohn Lecture presented by Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr. – “Regular (Judicial) Order As Equity: The Enduring Value Of The Distinct Judicial Role”
Posted on August 21st, 2014

On Thursday, October 9, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Chief Justice Leo E. Strine, Jr.—the 8th Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court—will present “Regular (Judicial) Order As Equity: The Enduring Value Of The Distinct Judicial Role” as the inaugural speaker in the Harold E. Kohn Lectureship.

This event marks what would have been the 100th birthday of Harold E. Kohn, an eminent member of the Philadelphia bar and supporter of Temple Law. The lecture is sponsored by Kohn’s eponymous chaired professorship, which is jointly endowed by the Barrack Foundation and the Kohn Foundation.

Chief Justice Strine

Chief Justice Strine is among the nation’s preeminent jurists, widely recognized as a leading authority on matters of corporate law as well as larger questions of governance in complex environments.

Before becoming the Chief Justice, Strine served on the Delaware Court of Chancery as Chancellor and Vice Chancellor.  He holds adjunct teaching positions at the University of Pennsylvania, Vanderbilt, and UCLA Schools of Law, where he teaches various classes in corporate law.  He is also Senior Fellow of the Harvard Program on Corporate Governance, as well as the Austin Wakeman Scott Lecturer in Law at Harvard Law School.  Chief Justice Strine has served as the special judicial consultant to the ABA’s Committee on Corporate Laws since 2006.

An engaging, insightful, and sometimes provocative speaker, Chief Justice Strine does not shy from controversy. Temple Law School is honored to host the Chief Justice as the first speaker in this occasional series.

Please find additional information on the Kohn Lectureship, as well as Directions/Parking information, here.

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