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Jan 22 - Professor Paula Franzese, panelist, Evolving Standards of Professional Responsibility, New Jersey State Bar Association CLE, New Brunswick.

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Jan 15 - Professor Michael Simkovic, named Number 16 in the National Jurist’s Most Influential People in Legal Education --2014.

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Jan 11 - Admissions Information Sessions: Take a tour, learn about the application process & see all of what Seton Hall Law has to offer. Upcoming sessions include 1/22, 2/5 & 2/19. Schedule a session >>

Jan 10 - Professor Michael Risinger, appointed to the Human Factors Subcommittee of the National Commission on Forensic Science.

Jan 9 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, Commentator, Fifth Annual Tri-State Intellectual Property Workshop, NYU Law School.

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Jan 5 - Professor Carl Coleman, panelist, Designing Clinical Trials for Ebola Medications, Biolaw section at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 5 - Professor Alice Ristroph, panelist, Sam Scheffler: Traditions, Value, and Law, Section on Jurisprudence at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 4 - Professor Stephen Lubben, panelist on Derivatives and Chapter 11, Section on Creditors' & Debtors' Rights at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 4 - Professor Solangel Maldonado, panelist on The Future of Marriage, Section On Family & Juvenile Law at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 4 - Professor Paula Franzese, panelist on Behind the Veil: Learning Teaching Techniques from the Best, Section on New Law Professors at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 3 - Professor Michael Simkovic, panelist, Recent Developments in Human Capital Investing at Hot Topics/Bridge Program at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 3 - Professor Kathleen Boozang, commentator on Health Law Works in Progress, Section On Law, Medicine & Health Care at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Jan 2 - Professor Kristin Johnson, Chair-Elect, Section on Minority Groups at the AALS Workshop, Washington, D.C.

Dec 30 - Professor Gaia Bernstein, speaker, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Intellectual Property Colloquium, Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law, Israel.

Dec 30 - Professor Charles Sullivan, published, Is There a Madness to the Method: Torts and Other Influences on Employment Discrimination Law, 75 Ohio St. L. Rev.1079 (2014).

Dec 29 - Professor Kristen Boon, published, Are Control Tests Fit for the Future? The Slippage Problem in Attribution Doctrines, Melbourne J. Int’l L. Vol. 15(2) (2014) (peer review).

Dec 27 - Professor Alice Ristroph, published, Just Violence, 56 Ariz. L. Rev. 1017 (2014).

Dec 23 - During this Holiday Season, Administrative Offices will be closed from December 24 and will return on January 5, 2015. Enjoy Holilday Season!

Dec 16 - Professor Marina Lao, appointed Director, Office of Policy Planning for the Federal Trade Commission.

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Dec 13 - Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2014 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Union County.

Dec 12 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Promoting Racial Equity and Racial Healing at Ideagen Summit in Cooperation with the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations – 10 Billion – The World in 2050, New York.

Dec 11 - Professor Tracy Kaye, panelist at the Perspectives on the Fight against BEPS Conference, University of Luxembourg.

Dec 10 - Professor Rachel Godsil, Embracing Inclusion for One King County: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety and Stereotype Threat at King County Equity and Social Justice Forum, Seattle.

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Dec 5 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Fairness in Judging: Implicit Bias Training: National Association of State Court Judges, Tampa.

Dec 5 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Promoting Merit, Tampa Bar Association.

Dec 5 - Professors Kevin Kelly, Jessica Miles (Family Law) and Michael Simkovic (Ethics) at the NY City Bar’s “Bridge the Gap” CLE.

Dec 4 - Professor Bernard Freamon, panelist on ISIS and The International Law of Asymmetrical Warfare at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

Dec 3 - The Center for Health and Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, released A Guide to Assist New Jersey Consumer Selection of Insurance Plans in 2015.

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Dec 2 - Professor Bernard Freamon will speak at the New York City Bar Association event, "ISIS, Islam and the International Law of Asymmetric War," December 4, 6:30 p.m. Details here. >>

Dec 2 - Professor John Jacobi in NJ Spotlight on a key provision of the Affordable Care Act awaiting a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court >>

Dec 1 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Fairness in Judging: Implicit Bias Training: National Association of State Court Judges, Philadelphia.

Nov 28 - Professor Tracy Kaye, panelist at the Global Transfer Pricing Conference 2014 of Maastricht University in the Palace of the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences, Brussels.

Nov 26 - Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker, Fairness in Judging: Implicit Bias Training: New Jersey Judicial College Family Law Division.

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.