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Aug 25 - Professor John Wefing, has written a blog, Franklin Roosevelt and Frank Hague - the President and the Boss for the Historical Society's commemoration of New Jersey's 350th anniversary. 

Aug 15 - Incoming student Orientation scheduled for August 18-19, 2014. Information now available.>>

Aug 9 - Professor Michael Simkovic, presents, Financing a Legal Education, ABA Task Force on the Financing of Legal Education, Boston.

Aug 8 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, presents, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation and Attorney Fee Shifting, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference (IPSC), UC Berkeley.

Aug 8 - Professor Stephen Lubben, published, Nationalize Clearinghouses! on the Cadwalader Cabinet.

Aug 8 - Professor Stephen Lubben, presents, Nationalizing the Clearinghouses, reprinted in the Harvard Law School Forum on and Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.

Aug 7 - Professor Charles Sullivan, published, The Involuntary Chauffeur on the Times’ Workologist.

Aug 7 - Professor David Opderbeck, presenting Cybersecurity: The New Frontier at NJ Attorney General Division of Law In-Service, Monmouth College.

Aug 6 - Professor Rachel Godsil, workshop on Making Sure We All Have a Place to Call Home – Closing the Racial Equity Gaps in Housing at the Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity, Minneapolis.

Aug 5 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist on Effective Anti-Harassment Models: Pro-Active Prevention and Innovative Responses, EEOC Training Institute in NYC.

Aug 4 - Professor Carl Coleman, will lead a workshop on Developing REC Indicators at the African Vaccine Regulatory Forum in Entebbe, Uganda.

Aug 7 - Professor Farrin Anello in the Star-Ledger regarding the influx of children over the U.S. border

Jul 29 - Professor Stephen Lubben, Speaking, The Costs of Bankruptcy: How Little We Know, Harvard Law School Bankruptcy Roundtable.

Jul 22 - Professor Tracy Kaye, nominated to Chair the Taxation and Development session of the XIXth International Congress of Comparative Law of the International Academy of Comparative Law in Vienna. She will also present U.S. National Report.

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Jul 16 - Professor Jordan Paradise, Keynote Address: Five Challenges for Pharmacovigilance, PV Legal, Sidley Austin LLP & Bayer, Whippany, NJ.

Jul 15 - Professor Stephen Lubben, speaker at Proposed Chapter 14 and the Future of Large Financial Institution Resolution, AbiLIVE Webinar.

Jul 15 - Professor Stephen Lubben, testified on the Financial Institution Bankruptcy Act of 2014 before the House Judiciary Committee.

Jul 14 - Professor Carl Coleman, published Improving the Quality of Host Country Ethical Oversight of International Research: The Use of a Collaborative ‘Pre-Review’ Mechanism for a Study of Fexinidazole for Human African Trypanosomiasis in Developing World Bioeth

Jul 10 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Challenges Raised by the Use of Evidence Collected by the Military in Terrorism-Related Cases Prosecuted before Civilian Jurisdictions, Netherlands Institute of International Relations (Clingendael), The Hague.

Jul 2 - Professor John Jacobi, panelist on The Mental Health Conundrum Revisited, American Health Lawyers Association Annual Meeting, NYC.

Jun 30 - New Jersey Legal Education Empowerment Project (NJ LEEP) Summer Law Institute begins for 8th grade students.

Jun 28 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Panelist, Understanding Transactional Lawyers Ethical Obligations In Complex Financial Markets, Lutie Lytle Faculty Writing Workshop, Madison.

Jun 26 - David Opderbeck appears on Thestreet.com and CNBC as Supreme Court rules streaming service Aereo violates copyright law

Jun 24 - Professor Paula Franzese, Panelist, Experiential Teaching, Experiential Learning, What the Best Law Teachers Do, Conference on Legal Pedagogy, Northeastern Law School.

Jun 22 - Professor Alice Ristroph, Speaker, Beyond Policing: Investigative Criminal Procedure and State Coercion, CrimFest 2014, Rutgers Newark.

Jun 21 - Professor Margaret Lewis, Speaker, When Foreign is Criminal, CrimFest 2014, Rutgers Newark.

Jun 21 - Professor Solangel Maldonado, Panelist, AALS Workshop for Pretenured People of Color Law School Teachers, Washington, DC.

Jun 19 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Speaker, Understanding Transactional Lawyers Ethical Obligations In Complex Financial Markets at National Business Law Scholars Conference, Loyal Law School, Los Angeles.

Jun 19 - Professor Michael Simkovic, Speaker, The Economic Value of a Law Degree at the North American Association of Pre-Law Advisors Conference, Baltimore.

Jun 19 - Professor Kate Greenwood, Panelist, RICO in Health Care Industries: Understanding the Emerging Civil and Criminal Trends, Association of Corporate Counsel Webinar.

Jun 18 - Professor John Wefing, Speaker, Hague, Hughes and Judicial Independence at the Attorney General Advocacy Institute.

Jun 17 - Professor Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Resolution Regimes for Clearinghouses, at the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank’s Workshop on Legal Arrangements of Cross-border Resolution and Liquidity in OTC Derivative Markets: Theoretical Insights from “A Legal Theory o

Jun 16 - Professor Paula Franzese, Panelist, The Ethical Imperative and the Public Trust, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York.

Jun 13 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on IPWatchdog.

Jun 12 - Professor Marc Poirier, publication on “Whiffs of Federalism” in United States v. Windsor: Power, Localism, and Kulturkampf, 85 U. Colo. L. Rev. 935 (2014).

Jun 11 - Professor Charles Sullivan, Speaker, Microagressions at Future Directions in Psychology, Public Policy & Law, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Jun 11 - Professor Jordan Paradise, Speaker on Nanotechnology Law & Policy at Environmental Justice, NYC.

Jun 10 - Professor Solangel Maldonado, Planning Committee for AALS Workshop on Shifting Boundaries in Family Law, Washington, DC.

Jun 10 - Professor Marina Lao, panelist, Ideology Matters in the Antitrust Debate, 79 Antitrust L.J. 649 (2014).

Jun 9 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Moderator, Demystifying Complexity, AALS Mid-Year Meeting Blurring Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law, Washington, DC.

Jun 9 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on PatentlyO.

Jun 8 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Moderator, AALS Mid-Year Meeting Blurring Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law, Washington, DC.

Jun 7 - Professor Kate Greenwood, Panelist, New Jersey Medicaid's Accountable Care Demonstration Project: Blueprint for Success?, ASLME 38th Health Law Professors Annual Conference, UC Hastings, San Francisco.

Jun 7 - Professor Jordan Paradise, Presenter, Is One of These Things Not Like the Other?: Biosimilar Naming and Substitution Challenges, ASLME 38th Annual Conference, UC Hastings, San Francisco.

Jun 7 - Professor Marc Poirier, moderating a panel on LGBT Marriage Issues at the AALS Midyear Workshop on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.

Jun 7 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Chair Elect – Minority Section AALS  & Planning Committee, AALS Mid-Year Meeting Blurring Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law.

Jun 6 - Professor David Opderbeck, Judge, NJBiz General Counsel of the Year Awards.

Jun 5 - Professor Timothy Glynn, has joined the Archibald Cox, Derek Bok, Robert Gorman, & Matthew Finkin Labor Law casebook.

Jun 5 - Professor Margaret Lewis, wrote How Taiwan’s Constitutional Court Reined in Police Power: Lessons for the People’s Republic of China in the Fordham Journal of International Law (with Jerry Cohen).