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TePoel Lecture 3/22/2018  03/22/18 3:27:07 PM Printer Friendly VersionPrinter Friendly Version

– Photos by Lorraine Boyd
Fr. Gregory J. O’Meara, Creighton law professor, closes out the Annual Creighton Law Review Symposium and TePoel Lecture last Thursday on campus.
TePoel Lecture Series Features Powerhouse Speakers
Despite it being the final minutes of the afternoon session on March 15, a good-sized crowd remained to hear Fr. Greg O’Meara speak on “Why assistant prosecutors need to be removed from cases when the district attorney is conflicted out.” Prior to his lecture, Rhys J. Williams, editor-in-chief of the Creighton Law Review and Michael Kelly, interim dean of the law school, presented Prof. Michael S. Ariens of St. Mary’s University School of Law, who delivered the TePoel Lecture, “Ethics in the Legal Industry.” Ariens is an expert on issues of legal and governmental ethics and constitutional law.
His talk was followed by Alice Bartek-Santiago, who recently served as member of the White House Counsel’s Office in the Executive Office of the President. She returned after seven months to her position as an attorney in the Office of General Counsel for the Federal Trade Commission. She was an officer in the United States Air Force before going to law school at Creighton.
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