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In February 2002, legal scholars, civil rights activists, distinguished practitioners, and students gathered at the Yale Law School to honor the late Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. with a scholarly working conference on Race, Values, and the American Legal Process. United in contemplation and discussion of the same issues that animated and inspired the late Judge Higginbotham, participants and attendees paid homage to his legacy by continuing to push for an ever deeper understanding of the interface between law and race.

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