Originating in Denver, Keyes v. School District No. 1 was first school-desegregation case from “a major city outside of the South” to reach the United States Supreme Court. As such, it compelled the justices to begin to formulate constitutional principles that would be applicable to an America that had dramatically changed since the Court’s 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision. By examining the 40 years since Keyes, the symposium will highlight how and in what ways lawyers, judges, educators, policy makers and citizens think about equality of educational opportunity in the multiracial and metropolitan areas of the United States. All are welcome, and CLE credit will be available for the various panels, lectures, and workshops. Please visit www.denverlawreview.org/keyes-symposium for more information, for information on costs and to register.