Program of Securities Arbitration Clinicians and Participating Students
On September 14, 2022, the Society held a live broadcast featuring securities clinic leaders and former participating law students who examined the history and future of the clinics and what they have meant to both investors and students.
Arthur Levitt, Former SEC Chair (1993 – 2001)
Panel I - Securities Arbitration Clinic Administrators
Jill Gross, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Law Operations, Professor of Law, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, Pace University; Former Director, Pace Investor Rights Clinic (MODERATOR)
Barbara Black, Professor (retired) and Founder, Pace Securities Arbitration Clinic
Christine Lazaro, Professor of Clinical Legal Education, Director, Securities Arbitration Clinic, St. John's University School of Law
Paul Radvany, Clinical Professor of Law, and Director, Securities Arbitration Clinic, Fordham Law School
Bruce Sanders, Supervising Attorney & Adjunct Professor of Law, Investor Justice & Education Clinic, Howard University School of Law
Panel II – Former Law Student Clinic Participants
Ronald C. Long, Head, Aging Client Services, Wells Fargo; District Administrator, Securities and Exchange Commission Philadelphia Office from 1997 - 2002 (MODERATOR)
Qudsia Shafiq, Associate General Counsel, Edward Jones; former student and participant of the Georgia State Law Investor Advocacy Clinic
Onaivo "Toyin" Momoh Toyin, Senior Counsel, US Securities and Exchange Commission; former student and participant of the Howard University School of Law Investor Justice & Education Clinic
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