Brandan Montminy spoke at the Dr. Kenneth Street Law Symposium, Legal Ethics and Client Advocacy in Civil and Criminal Litigation, on February 28, 2020. He was on the panel entitled, Legal Ethics and Client Advocacy in Civil Litigation: The Lawyer’s Perspective.
The annual Kenneth W. Street Law Symposium invites lawyers, Austin College students, and others interested in the law profession to campus for discussion of timely issues in law and ethics. The event honors the late Austin College Professor Emeritus Kenneth W. Street. A professor of political science at Austin College from 1959 to 1997, Dr. Street held the John D. Moseley Chair of Government and Public Policy and founded and directed the Social Science Laboratory. An award-winning teacher, he also served many years as the advisor for students considering careers in law and launched many professionals in the field.
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