Nov 22 - Admissions Information Sessions: Take a tour, learn about the application process & see all of what Seton Hall Law has to offer. Upcoming sessions include 11/25, 12/15 & more. Schedule a session >>
Nov 22 - Professor Michael Risinger, panelist, Evidence Law Reform in China and Tanzania, Conference on the Foundations of Evidence and their Implications for Developing Countries, Northwestern Law School, Chicago.
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Nov 23 - Professor Lori Nessel, Director of the Center for Social Justice, on NJTV regarding President Obama's order on immigration
Nov 21 - Professor Kate Greenwood, Participant, Legal Consultation, Pregnancy & HIV/AIDS: Seeking Equitable Study (PHASES) Project, Berman Institute of Bioethics, Johns Hopkins University.
Nov 21 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, panelist, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, 2014 Third Annual Patent Colloquium, University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Nov 21 - Professor Lori Nessel, panelist at the Realizing Justice: Expanding Access to Counsel for Immigrants in New York and Beyond Conference, Cardozo Law School.
Nov 18 - Assistant Dean Jessica Miles and Christopher Keating '14 in NJ BIZ on Seton Hall Law's dedication to hands-on learning for law students
Nov 19 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Preventive Detention in the War on Terror: Lessons from Israel and the United States, New Israel Fund.
Nov 19 - Dean Mark Alexander in NBC News on the 2016 Presidential election
Nov 17 - Professor David Opderbeck, speaker, Civil Litigation and Data Breaches in the Consumer Financial Services Industry, PLI Think Like a Lawyer Talk Like a Geek, New York.
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Nov 14 - Professor Kristin Johnson, panelist, Transactional Lawyers Ethical Obligation Related to Complex Financial Products, NEPOC, CUNY Law School.
Nov 13 - Professor David Opderbeck, Gibbons Institute hosting U.S. Attorney’s Office Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Symposium.
Nov 11 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaking on Implicit Bias and Access to Dental Care, Dental Access Project Convening, Albuquerque.
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Nov 7 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Communications Training on Racism and Education, National Conference of State Legislators, Miami.
Nov 7 - Professor Mark Alexander, panelist, Money in Politics and Democracy, at Symposium, Advancing a New Jurisprudence for American Self-Government and Democracy, Harvard Law School.
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Nov 6 - Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking on Human Rights in Post-Martial-Law Taiwan on at the University of Wisconsin's East Asian Legal Studies Center.
Nov 6 - Professor John Coverdale, speaker, Multiple Medicaid Missions: Targeting, Universalism, or Both? at The Law of Medicare and Medicaid at 50, Yale Law School.
Nov 5 - Professor Stephen Lubben, elected to the American College of Bankruptcy.
Nov 5 - Professor Bernard Freamon, published an op-ed, ISIS and the Islamic Law of Slavery at CNN Freedom Project.
Nov 5 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Policing the Line: International Law, Article III, and the Constitutional Limits of Military Jurisdiction, Faculty Workshop, Washington University School of Law.
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Oct 31 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz in The Record on states' quarantine rules to prevent further outbreaks of Ebola
Nov 1 - Professor Tara Ragone, guest blogging this month at HealthLawProf blog.
Nov 1 - Professor Michael Simkovic, article,The Economic Value of a Law Degree, 43 J. Legal. Stud. 249 (2014).
Oct 31 - Professor Marc Poirier, panelist, Property, Process, and Koontz at the William & Mary Brigham-Kanner Property Rights.
Oct 29 - Professor Jordan Paradise, speaker, Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies (REMS) as a Competitive Tactic: Is Big Pharma Hijacking Access and Patient Safety?, Hofstra Law School faculty colloquium.
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Oct 28 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness in Judging: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, New York, NY.
Oct 27 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness in Judging: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, 2014 National Association for State Judges, Albany, NY.
Oct 25 - Professor Alice Ristroph, panelist, Rights in the Trenches for a symposium on Alon Harel, Why Law Matters, at Rutgers, Newark.
Oct 25 - Professor Kristen Boon, panelist, Responsibility and Immunity in a Time of Chaos, discussing the Haiti Cholera Case against the UN at International Law Weekend.
Oct 25 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Balancing Rights and Security in an Age of Terror, Northampton Country Bench-Bar Conference, Galloway, NJ.
Oct 24 - Professor Kevin Kelly, speaking at Finding Home: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for Children in New Jersey, Rutgers, Newark.
Oct 23 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, Panelist, Women in Intellectual Property, the Gibbons Institute of Law and Technology, Seton Hall Law School.
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Oct 21 - Professor Margaret Lewis, panelist, Challenge to China: Taiwan's Success Reining in Police Power and Prospects for Reforms in the People's Republic of China" at the Harvard Club, NYC.
Oct 21 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Promoting Inclusive Civil Societies: A Response to Ferguson, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Oct 20 - Professor Kate Greenwood, speaker, “Regulatory Flexibility” after Cook v. FDA: How Flexible Is Flexible?, Emerging Issues in FDA Regulation, Harvard Petrie-Flom Institute and the Food and Drug Law Institute, Washington, D.C.
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Oct 17 - Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness in Judging: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, 2014, National Association for State Judges, Dover, Delaware.
Oct 17 - Professor Jenny-Brooke Condon, discussing The Preempting of Equal Protection, at the Junior Faculty Scholarship Exchange, UMass School of Law.
Oct 15 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, panelist at United States District Court Professionalism Day, Trenton Federal Courthouse.
Oct 15 - Professor John Jacobi, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, in NJBIZ: new Sentinel Project dedicated to monitoring how effectively New Jerseyans are receiving healthcare under the Affordable Care Act >>
Oct 15 - Professor Linda Fisher, Center for Social Justice, in Sports Illustrated on small banks' due diligence practices and how former NFL star Irving Fryar allegedly exploited them to commit fraud >>
Oct 14 - Professor Thomas Healy, discussing The Great Dissent, at the Overby Center for Southern Journalism and Politics, University of Mississippi.