The Peter Chase Neumann Lecture on Civil Justice

The Peter Chase Neumann Lecture on Civil Justice is a cornerstone of University of Arizona Law's Civil Justice Initiative, which seeks to elevate the American civil justice system and train the next generation of great trial lawyers.

This lecture series is generously supported by and named for alumnus Peter Chase Neumann ('64).

Jury box

Past Speakers

James S. Rogers ('72) (Fall 2023) Watch Recording
Passion and Justice: A Lifelong Journey Through Trial Law  

J. Michael Hennigan ('70) (Spring 2022) Watch Recording
Things You Learn in the Courtroom, Not the Classroom

Karen Korematsu (Spring 2021) Watch Recording
Relevancy of Korematsu v. U.S

Stephen Susman (Fall 2018) Watch Recording
Why We Need to Preserve Jury Trials and How to Do It

Susan Saladoff (Spring 2018)
Hot Coffee, Is Justice Being Served?

Randi McGinn (Spring 2017)
Using the Law to Transform Your Community: Making the World Safe From Dangerous Health Care, Defective Products and Police Shootings

L. Richard Fried, Jr. ('66) (Fall 2015)
How A Plaintiff's Lawyer Can Improve the Lives of Victims

Patrick McGroder ('70) (Spring 2015)
The Art of Oral Advocacy