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Coronavirus Update: 6th Circuit Conference Postponed to 2021

Last night Chief Judge Cole announced a one-year delay in the Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference, which had been scheduled for June 2020. Rumor had it that our own Ben Glassman was to participate, so now fans of Ben and Simone Biles alike will all have to set their sights to 2021.

Full statement below. Stay safe, stay sane, everyone.

**Notice Regarding the 2020 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference**

Thursday, March 26, 2020

In light of the ongoing national public health crisis, and in consultation with the Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference Planning Committee, I have decided to postpone the Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference from June 2020 to June 2021. While unfortunate, the health and safety of our attendees must remain our highest priority, and the duration of this outbreak is uncertain.

On behalf of the judges of the United States Courts in the Sixth Circuit, thank you for your continued patience as we work through unprecedented territory. We look forward to the program in 2021 and hope that your schedule permits your attendance. Updates about the 2021 Sixth Circuit Judicial Conference will be posted here as they become available.

With sincere wishes that you and your families will be safe and remain in good health,

R. Guy Cole, Jr.
Chief Judge

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