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Mar 27 - Professor Rachel Godsil, Key Note, Lakeshore Region Summit on Race and Inclusion, Grand Rapids.

Mar 26 - Professor Paula Franzese, panelist, A Celebration of Women in the Profession, Seyfarth & Shaw, Metropolitan Black Bar Association and Hispanic National Bar Association.

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Mar 24 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Judging Acts of Congress: A Conversation with Robert A. Katzmann, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit" Princeton University.

Mar 24 - Professor Marc Poirier, speaker, Instrumental and Ethical Approaches to Mindfulness in the Professions at Mindfulness and the Practice of Law, Columbia Law School.

Mar 24 - Professor Kristen Boon, speaker, The United Nations As Good Samaritan: Immunity Or Responsibility In Mass Torts Claims, University of Edmonton Faculty of Law Invited Guest Lecture Series.

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Mar 23 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, moderator, Law Enforcement Surveillance Technologies: Are There Legal Limits?, Princeton University.

Mar 23 - Professor Paula Franzese, speaker, Knowing Our Worth: Ways to Frame and Reclaim the Promise of Equality, NJ Supreme Court Committee on Women in the Courts.

Mar 19 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Race in Law School, UCLA.

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Mar 15 - Admissions Information Sessions: Take a tour, learn about the application process & see all of what Seton Hall Law has to offer. Upcoming sessions include 3/31, 4/9 & 4/22. Schedule a session >>

Mar 13 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Corporations, Bulk Data Collection and the Right to Privacy, Institut d’Etudes Européennes, Universite Libre de Bruxelles.

Mar 10 - Professor Jessica Miles, invited to serve on the New Jersey Supreme Court Ad Hoc Committee on Domestic Violence.

Mar 9 - Professor Kristen Boon, panelist, The United Nations As Good Samaritan: Immunity Or Responsibility In Mass Torts Claims, St John's International Law Colloquium.

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Mar 6 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Role of Implicit Bias and Stereotype Threat in Higher Education, Diversity in Higher Education, Brown University.

Mar 4 - Professor Paula Franzese, speaker, What the Best Law Teachers Do, faculty colloquium, Chicago-Kent Law School.

Mar 4 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, When Gender Meets Race, Ideagen Empowering Women Summit, United Nations.

Mar 3 - Professor Kristin Johnson, speaker, Regulating Extraterritorially: Collaboration, Competition and Complexity, UC Davis.

Mar 2 - Professor Kristin Johnson, speaker, Regulating Extraterritorially: Collaboration, Competition and Complexity, Seattle University.

Mar 1 - Professor Solangel Maldonado, named as Associate Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Restatement on Children and the Law.

Feb 27 - Professor Bernard Freamon, speaker, Origins of and Foundation for the Desire to Enslave Others at Human Trafficking: Exploring the Reasons Behind Modern Day Slavery," sponsored by the Rutgers University Campus Coalition against Trafficking.

Feb 26 - Professor Michael Simkovic, ranked No. 3 on PAUL CARON'S TAX PROFESSOR RANKINGS of SSRN downloads.

Feb 26 - Professor Lori Nessel, moderating The Faces of Human Trafficking, at 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment: Is the U.S. Living Up to its Promise? sponsored by Seton Hall Legislative Journal.

Feb 26 - Professor Bernard Freamon, moderating panel on Assessing the Efficacy of Anti-Human Trafficking Legislation at 150th Anniversary of the 13th Amendment: Is the U.S. Living Up to its Promise? sponsored by Seton Hall Legislative Journal.

Feb 26 - Professor Linda Fisher, panelist, Meaningful Mortgage Modifications on a panel addressing Market Restabilization after 2008 at The Future of Housing Symposium, Washburn Law School.

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Feb 24 - Professor Bernard Freamon, speaker, Islam, Human Equality and the Legacy of Malcolm X address at Social Justice in Islam: Remembering Malcolm X sponsored by Graduate Muslim Students Association, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.

Feb 24 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at The College of New Jersey.

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Feb 20 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, The Role of Translation - Social Psychology of Race and Law Reform, Rutgers Psychology Department Colloquium.

Feb 20 - Professor Tracy Kaye, re-elected for a second three -year term as the Third Circuit Regent for the American College of Tax Counsel.

Feb 19 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Obstacles to Detroit Equity Lab Ideals, Wayne State Law School.

Feb 18 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Edison.

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Feb 17 - Professor Michael Risinger, speaker, Developments in Bias Control in Forensic Science—A Year’s Retrospective, American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Orlando.

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Feb 16 - Professor Jenny-Brooke Condon on the front page of the Asbury Park Press on the wrongful death case filed by the family of an inmate in Monmouth County Jail

Feb 13 - Professor Bernard Freamon, speaker, Understanding ISIS, lunchtime address to participants in Conference on Domestic Jihad and ISIS, Center for Terrorism Law, St. Mary's School of Law.

Feb 13 - Professor John Jacobi, speaker, Integrated Behavioral Health Care, at Medicaid Matters III, St Louis U Law School.

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Feb 12 - Professor Thomas Healy, panelist, Courage Under Fire, a panel discussion on free speech at home and abroad, at the NJ Historical Society.

Feb 11 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Lincroft.

Feb 10 - Professor Thomas Healy in PolitickerNJ on the Superior Court's decision to dismiss a blogger defamation case -- and what it takes to make the claim stick in New Jersey

Feb 9 - Professors Timothy Glynn and Charles Sullivan, published, Third Edition of Employment Law: Private Ordering and Its Limitations (Aspen 2015).