The John Field Simms, Sr.
Memorial Lectureship in Law
April 3, 2013, 4:30 p.m.
UNM School of Law
Reception to follow
Lecture Title: “A Border Trial Judge Looks at Immigration – Heeding the Call to Do Principled Justice to the Alien Without Getting Bogged Down in Partisan Politics: Why the United States Immigration Laws are Not Broken (But Could Use some Repairs).”
2013 Lecturer: The Honorable James O. Browning
U.S. District Judge James O. Browning has served on the bench for the District of New Mexico since 2003. He grew up in Hobbs, graduated magna cum laude from Yale University and received his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. Judge Browning has served as an adjunct professor at the UNM School of Law since 2006.
The John Field Simms, Sr. Lectureship in Law was established by Albert Simms in honor of his late brother. John Field Simms, Sr. was a venerated lawyer and served on the NM Supreme Court and as a Regent at the University of New Mexico.
This lecture has been approved by the MCLE Board for 1.0 hours of general credit at no cost.
Video of this event can be viewed here.
Powerpoint slides of the presentation can be viewed here.