Mar 10 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Cardozo Intellectual Property and Information Law Colloquium.
Mar 6 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaking about Detention at Sea: The Persistence of Territorial Constraints on the Constitution, at the International Association of Constitutional Law: Round Table, Harvard Law School.
Mar 4 - Professor Michael Risinger comments in the New Jersey Herald on the release of a man held on murder charges
Mar 1 - Professor John Wefing, speaking on Medicaid Evolution for the 21st Century, 102 Kentucky L. J. 357 (2013-14).
Feb 28 - Professor Rachel Godsil, Workshop Leader for Strategies for Overcoming Implicit Bias and Stereotype Threat, at 2014 NYU Law Women Summit: Developing Early Strategies for Ensuring Women’s Success in the Law.
Feb 27 - Professor Kristen Boon, will be presenting, Law, Intrastate Conflict and the UN Security Council at the Pace Faculty Workshop.
Feb 26 - Professors' Mark Alexander and Edward Hartnett, panelists on Post-Shelby World: Has Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act Outlived its Purpose?, Seton Hall.
Feb 25 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaks about his book The Great Dissent at UC-Davis Law School’s faculty workshop.
Feb 24 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaks about his book, The Great Dissent at the University of San Francisco.
Feb 24 - Professor David Opderbeck, presenting The NSA and/is the Anti-Christ, and So Are We moderating Law and Religion Around the World, 5th Annual Religious Legal Theory Conference, Emory University.
Feb 21 - Professor Rachel Godsil, presenting Rebuilding After Sandy: Theories of Compensation at the Fordham Environmental Law Review 2014 Symposium Eye of the Storm: Hurricane Sandy Response and Rebuilding Strategies through the Lens of Environmental Justice.
Feb 20 - Professor Marc Poirier, speaking about Contemplative Practice for Lawyers: Effectiveness, or Enlightenment, or Both, or Neither at the Contemplative Lawyers Group of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
Feb 20 - Professor Lori Nessel quoted in NBC News article on potential medical repatriation of comatose student from Pakistan
Feb 19 - Matthew Feinstein ’09 and Kama Jones-El, a graduate of the New Jersey Law & Education Empowerment Project in the Huffington Post
Feb 19 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Edison.
Feb 17 - Professor Michael Risinger, presents, How to Undermine Proffered Expert Opinion Infected with the Precursors of Bias” at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Seattle.
Feb 14 - Professor Margaret Lewis, guest blogging at Concurring Opinions this month.
Feb 11 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaks about his book, THE GREAT DISSENT, at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution.
Feb 11 - New York Times announces the nomination of Paulette Brown ’76 as the next President of the American Bar Association
Feb 12 - Professor Marc Poirier, speaker on Why the Boy Scouts Can’t Jump: Trademark, Identity, Localism, and the Governance of an Anti-Gay Brand, at the Marquette IP Colloquium.
Feb 11 - Professor Kate Greenwood, speaker, The First Amendment and the Life Sciences Industry on the Bill of Rights in the Digital Age Panel at the Seton Hall Circuit Review’s Symposium on Emerging Important Issues in the Circuit Courts.
Feb 17 - Professor Margaret Lewis in Agence France-Presse on an execution that took place in China
Feb 9 - Professor Farrin Anello, published Due Process and Temporal Limits on Mandatory Immigration Detention, 65 Hastings L.J. 363 (2014).
Feb 8 - Professor Michael Simkovic, presents, Populist Outrage, Reckless Empirics: A Review of Failing Law Schools, 108 Nw. U. L. Rev. Online 176 (2014).
Feb 8 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz, author of Detention without End: Reexamining the Indefinite Confinement of Terrorism Suspects through the Lens of Criminal Sentencing, 61 U.C.L.A. L. Rev. 326 (2014).
Feb 7 - Professor Margaret Lewis, speaker The New Criminal Procedure Law panel at University of Pennsylvania East Asian Law Review’s symposium on Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law Reform in China: Legalizing the Tools of Repression or Safeguarding Human Rights?
Feb 7 - Professor Adam Steinman, co-authored a joint comment opposing the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Feb 7 - Professor Gaia Berstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, WIPIP Conference, Santa Clara University School of Law.
Feb 7 - Professor Kristen Boon, speaker on Law, Intrastate Conflict and the Security Council's Sanctions Power at the American Society of International Law International Organizations Workshop at Arizona College of Law.
Feb 6 - Professor Stephen Lubben in the New York Times’ Dealbook on Puerto Rico’s current financial difficulty
Feb 6 - Professor Kate Greenwood, panelist on a webinar RICO in Health Care Industries: Understanding the Emerging Civil and Criminal Trends sponsored by the ABA Section of Antitrust Law's Business Torts & Civil RICO and Health Care & Pharmaceuticals Committees.
Feb 5 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture Mount Laurel.
Feb 4 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture Morristown.
Feb 4 - Professor John Wefing, speaking on Judicial Independence, Rutgers Law School.
Feb 4 - Professor Tara Ragone, speaking on New Jersey’s Medicaid ACO Pilot Program, Past and Future: A Baseline Report to the executive leadership committee of Affiliated Accountable Care Organizations, a program of the New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute, T
Jan 29 - Professor Michael Simkovic, elected to the board of the Consumer Finance and Financial Institutions Section of the AALS.
Jan 28 - Professor Edward Hartnett, Supreme Court Practice favorably reviewed on SCOTUSblog.
Jan 28 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Lincroft.
Jan 23 - Professor Paula Franzese, Speaker, Rutgers-Newark Faculty Colloquium, What the Best Law Teachers Do.
Jan 23 - Professor Margaret Lewis, co-translating a judicial interpretation by Taiwan’s Constitutional Court for its website.
Jan 22 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the New York City Bar.
Jan 22 - Professor Stephen Lubben blogs in the New York Times’ DealBook, "A Safe Harbor Without Full Protection”
Jan 21 - Professor Stephen Lubben, elected to the board of the Creditors' and Debtors' Rights Section of AALS.
Jan 17 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz in Politico regarding President Obama's Speech on the NSA
Jan 17 - Professor Marina Lao, discussant, The Market for Bigness: Economic Power and Competition Agencies’ Duty to Curtail It, Next Generation of Antitrust Scholars Conference, NYU Law School.
Jan 14 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the Boston Athenaeum.
Dec 28 - Professor Jonathan Hafetz in the Los Angeles Times regarding conflicting decisions on the constitutionality of the NSA’s collection of metadata
Jan 10 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Tri-State Region Intellectual Property Workshop, NYU Law School.
Jan 9 - Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the National Archives, Washington D.C.
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