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  • August 25 2014

    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.  

  • August 09 2014

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

  • August 08 2014

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

  • August 08 2014

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

  • August 08 2014

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

  • August 07 2014

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

  • August 07 2014

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

  • August 06 2014

    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.

  • August 05 2014

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

  • August 04 2014

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

  • July 29 2014

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

  • July 22 2014

    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

  • July 16 2014

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

  • July 15 2014

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

  • July 15 2014

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

  • July 14 2014

    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 Bioethics.

  • July 10 2014

    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.

  • July 02 2014

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

  • June 28 2014

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

  • June 24 2014

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

  • June 22 2014

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

  • June 21 2014

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

  • June 21 2014

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

  • June 19 2014

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

  • June 19 2014

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

  • June 19 2014

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

  • June 18 2014

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

  • June 17 2014

    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 of Finance” and Other Contemporary Perspectives, Chicago.

  • June 16 2014

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

  • June 13 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on IPWatchdog.

  • June 12 2014

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

  • June 11 2014

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

  • June 11 2014

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

  • June 10 2014

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

  • June 10 2014

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

  • June 09 2014

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

  • June 09 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on PatentlyO.

  • June 08 2014

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

  • June 07 2014

    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.

  • June 07 2014

    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.

  • June 07 2014

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

  • June 07 2014

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

  • June 06 2014

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

  • June 05 2014

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

  • June 05 2014

    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).

  • June 02 2014

    Professors' Carl Coleman and Simone Handler-Hutchinson, Authors, Ch. 13, International Issues, in Fundamentals of Life Sciences Law: Drugs, Devices, and Biotech (American Health Lawyers Association, 2nd Ed., 2014).

  • June 02 2014

    Professor Lori Nessel, judge for a doctoral dissertation on human trafficking and migration at the Universidad Pontificia comillas de Madrid.

  • May 31 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Reader on an Author Meets Reader panel about Ruthann Robson, Dressing Constitutionally: Hierarchy, Sexuality, and Democracy from Our Hairstyles to Our Shoes (2013) at Law and Society, Minneapolis.

  • May 30 2014

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Speaker, Local Norms and Community Identity at Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

  • May 30 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, commentator on LGBT Localism, Scenes of Cultural (Re)production, and Law for a panel on Norms and the Local at Law and Society, Minneapolis.

  • May 29 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Haifa University School of Law.

  • May 29 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, paper commentator on Panel, The Role Localities in Addressing Climate Change and Its Inequities at Law and Society, Minneapolis.

  • May 28 2014

    Professor Jordan Paradise, published, Introduction to Biologics, Ch. 3 in Fundamentals of Life Sciences Law: Drugs, Devices, and Biotech (American Health Lawyers Association, 2nd Ed., 2014).

  • May 27 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, judging the National LGBT Bar Association’s 2014 Michael E. Greenberg Student Writing Competition.

  • May 26 2014

    Professor Carl Coleman, will serve as Rapporteur for a World Health Organization project on Ethical Issues in Public Health Surveillance: Developing an International Framework at the Brocher Foundation. Hermance, Switzerland.

  • May 23 2014

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Return of Research Results, in Bioethics (4th Edition, Bruce Jennings, Ed., Macmillan Reference USA, 2014). 

  • May 22 2014

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Pipeline Committee Chair and Panelist, Legislative Day Program, HNBA Commission on the Status of Latinas in the Profession, Washington, DC.

  • May 21 2014

    Professor Farrin Anello, panelist, Asylum Law Update at the Federal Bar Association’s Hon. William H. Strasser Immigration Conference, Newark, NJ.

  • May 21 2014

    Professor Rachel Godsil, speaker at Dismantling Unintentional Bias, Lakeshore Region Summit on Race and Inclusion.

  • May 16 2014

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Roundtable Co-Chair, The Judiciary During (and after) War, National Security Seventh Annual Workshop, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center & School, Charlottesville, VA.

  • May 16 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Speaker, Plenary Panel on Judicial Independence, NJSBA Annual Meeting, Atlantic City.

  • May 15 2014

    Professor David Opderbeck, panelist, Dealing With Hackers, ITechlaw World Technology Law Conference, New York.

  • May 15 2014

    Professor John Jacobi, Speaker, Mayor Frank Hague and the Fight for the Constitution of 1947, NJSBA Annual Meeting, Atlantic City.

  • May 15 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Speaker, Report  and Public Hearing of the NJ Supreme Court Committee on Attorney Ethics and Admissions, NJSBA Annual Meeting, Atlantic City.

  • May 14 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Speaker, Attorney Professionalism and the Ethical Imperative in a Digital Age, NJSBA Annual Meeting, Atlantic City.

  • May 12 2014

    Professor Stephen Lubben, Reconceptualizing Lehman, 49 Tex. Int’l L.J. 295 (2014) (co-written with Sarah P. Woo).

  • May 12 2014

    Professor Michael Risinger. addressing the National Commission on Forensic Science on Controlling Biasing Information in Forensic Science Practice.

  • May 12 2014

    Professor David Opderbeck, Speaker, What the NJ Open Public Records Act Means for Labor and Employment Professionals, (commenting on Opderbeck v. Midland Park BOE), NJLERA, Edison, NJ.

  • May 10 2014

    Professor Stephen Lubben, A New Understanding of the Bankruptcy Clause, 64 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 319 (2014).

  • May 09 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Presenter, Saving the Beach Community from Itself: Harvey Cedars v. Karan, Climate Change, and the Problem of Perilous Property at the Progressive Property Scholars Annual Meeting, Northeastern University.

  • May 07 2014

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Panel Moderator, When War Is Over: The Legal and Policy Implications of Ending America’s Longest Wars, New York City Bar Association, New York. 

  • May 06 2014

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Speaker, Overcoming Implicit Bias in the Courts, sponsored by the Administrative Judicial Institute and the New York State Administrative Law Judges Association, New York City.

  • May 03 2014

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Panelist, PRISM, Snowden, and the NSA– National Security Litigation in the Digital Age, New York State Bar Ass’n, Commercial and Federal Litigation Section Spring Meeting, Lenox, MA.

  • May 03 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, discussant at the Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference, Yale Law School.

  • May 02 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Presenter, Saving the Beach Community from Itself: Harvey Cedars v. Karan, Climate Change, and the Problem of Perilous Property at the Association for Law, Property, and Society Fifth Annual Meeting, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

  • May 01 2014

    Professor Mark Alexander, participant, Money In Politics 2030: Toward A New Jurisprudence, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School.

  • April 30 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on the HealthLawProf blog for April.

  • April 29 2014

    Professor Stephen Lubben, blogged on Essential Corporate Bankruptcy Law at the Harvard Law School Bankruptcy Roundtable.

  • April 28 2014

    Professor Kristen Boon, has been appointed to Seton Hall University’s new Center for UN and Global Governance Studies at the Diplomacy School and has begun to blog for it.  

  • April 28 2014

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Presenter, The Science of Race and Organizing: A Practical View at Keys to Revitalization: Organizing Black Workers and Communities in the South, Georgetown.

  • April 26 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Keynote, Restoring the Public Trust: Rebuilding the Ethical Imperative in State Government, League of Women Voters Annual Meeting, Brookdale College.

  • April 26 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, panelist, South Dakota and the Birth of Free Speech at the Center for Western Studies 46th Annual Dakota Conference.

  • April 26 2014

    Professor Alice Ristroph, discussant at the Annual Robina Conference: The Future of Criminal Law, at University of Minnesota Law School.

  • April 25 2014

    Professor Linda Fisher, named an Edmond J. Safra Network Fellow at Harvard for 2014-15, a program connecting a cross-disciplinary group of scholars and practitioners around the world working on issues of institutional corruption.

  • April 21 2014

    Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking at a symposium on The State of Legal Development in China: Issues and Evidence, University of Pennsylvania Law School.

  • April 17 2014

    Professor Jordan Paradise, speaking on Electronic Cigarettes: Smoke-Free Laws, Sale Restrictions, and the Public Health, Am. J. Public Health e1.

  • April 16 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture to the Office of the Governor’s Counsel.

  • April 10 2014

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Moderator, Sustainability: A New Guiding Principle for Financial Market Regulation – St. Thomas Law School, Minneapolis, MN.

  • April 05 2014

    Professor Lesley Risinger, speaking on The Impact of Bad Eyewitness Identification and Interrogation Practices on Minority Innocents, 4th Annual Metro LALSA Pa'lante Conference, CUNY Law School.

  • April 04 2014

    Professor Stephen Lubben, presenter on The Board’s Duty to Keep Its Options Open, University of Illinois.

  • April 04 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, served on the faculty for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s Deposition Skills Training held at the Law School.

  • April 04 2014

    Professor Tracy Kaye, presenter on Taxation and Development Incentives in the United States, 17th Annual Critical Tax Theory Conference, Baltimore.

  • April 04 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Patcon, University of San Diego School of Law.

  • April 04 2014

    Professor John Jacobi, Panelist, Big Data and the Implications for Privacy, in Big Data and Health: Opportunities for New Jersey’s Health Care System, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University.

  • April 03 2014

    Professor Margaret Lewis, commentator on Human Rights Development in Taiwan: Model for the Mainland? at Symposium on Promoting Human Rights in China: Domestic and International Levers for Change, NYU Law School.

  • April 03 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Speaker, Mindfulness: Effectiveness, Enlightenment, or Both, or Neither, Columbia University Buddhist Association.

  • April 03 2014

    Professor Mark Denbeaux, panelist on The Future of Guantanamo Bay, Harvard Law School ACLU Chapter.

  • April 02 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, selected as the paper to represent patent law academic scholarship at the ABA-IPL First Intellectual Property Scholarship Symposium, 29th ABA Annual Intellectual Property Conference.

  • April 01 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Speaker, Saving the Beach Community from Itself:  Harvey Cedars v. Karan, Climate Change, and the Problem of Perilous Property, Loyola of New Orleans.

  • April 01 2014

    Professor John Wefing, speaking on Judicial Recusal and Judicial Independence, CLE program at St Peter’s College.

  • April 01 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Panelist, Mass Incarceration as a Human Rights Violation, Columbia University.

  • March 31 2014

    Professor Margaret Lewis, Speaker, Criminal Law Pays: Penal Law’s Contribution to China’s Economic Development, 47 Vanderbilt  J. Transnational L. 371 (2014).

  • March 28 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture at the Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute.

  • March 28 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, speaking on The Promise of Education and the Power of Educators, Keynote, NJ State Bar Foundation Symposium on Education.

  • March 27 2014

    Professor Marina Lao, panelist, Debate Update: Defining Section 5 Unfair Methods of Competition, ABA Antitrust Section Conference, Washington, DC.

  • March 26 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, speaking on Finding a Seat at the Table: Assuring Success and Significance in Cynical Times, Keynote at Diversity Initiatives, Genova Burns, Giantomasi, Webster.

  • March 24 2014

    Professor Kate Greenwood, blog posting on Co-Pay Coupons quoted by the Southern District of New York in AFSCME Dist. Council 37 Health & Sec. Plan v. Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.

  • March 21 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture to the Office of Legislative Services at the State House.

  • March 19 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, speaking On Teaching Law Students to Meditate, Villanova Law School.

  • March 13 2014

    Professor Timothy Glynn, appointed Chair of the LSAC's Test Development and Research Committee.

  • March 12 2014

    Professor John Jacobi, speaking on New Jersey's Medicaid ACO Pilot Program, Past and Future: A Baseline Report, Affiliated Accountable Care Organizations of New Jersey, West Trenton.

  • March 10 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Cardozo Intellectual Property and Information Law Colloquium.

  • March 06 2014

    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.

  • March 01 2014

    Professor John Jacobi, speaking on Medicaid Evolution for the 21st Century, 102 Kentucky L. J. 357 (2013-14).

  • February 28 2014

    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.

  • February 27 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Newark.

  • February 27 2014

    Professor Kristen Boon, will be presenting, Law, Intrastate Conflict and the UN Security Council at the Pace Faculty Workshop.

  • February 26 2014

    Professors' Mark Alexander and Edward Hartnett, panelists on Post-Shelby World: Has Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act Outlived its Purpose?, Seton Hall.

  • February 25 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaks about his book The Great Dissent at UC-Davis Law School’s faculty workshop.

  • February 25 2014

    Professor Adam Steinman, blog post on Kryptonite for CAFA, 32 Rev. Litig. 649 (2013).

  • February 24 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaks about his book, The Great Dissent at the University of San Francisco.

  • February 24 2014

    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.

  • February 21 2014

    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.

  • February 20 2014

    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.

  • February 19 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Edison.

  • February 17 2014

    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.

  • February 14 2014

    Professor Margaret Lewis, guest blogging at Concurring Opinions this month.

  • February 14 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaker on The Great Dissent at the Georgetown Center for the Constitution.

  • February 12 2014

    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.

  • February 11 2014

    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.

  • February 09 2014

    Professor Farrin Anello, published Due Process and Temporal Limits on Mandatory Immigration Detention, 65 Hastings L.J. 363 (2014).

  • February 08 2014

    Professor Michael Simkovic, presents, Populist Outrage, Reckless Empirics: A  Review of Failing Law Schools, 108 Nw. U. L. Rev. Online 176 (2014).

  • February 08 2014

    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).

  • February 07 2014

    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?

  • February 07 2014

    Professor Adam Steinman, co-authored a joint comment opposing the proposed amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

  • February 07 2014

    Professor Gaia Berstein, presenter on The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, WIPIP Conference, Santa Clara University School of Law.

  • February 07 2014

    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.

  • February 06 2014

    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.

  • February 05 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Mount Laurel.

  • February 04 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Morristown.

  • February 04 2014

    Professor John Wefing, speaking on Judicial Independence, Rutgers Law School.

  • February 04 2014

    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, Trenton.

  • January 29 2014

    Professor Michael Simkovic, elected to the board of the Consumer Finance and Financial Institutions Section of the AALS.

  • January 28 2014

    Professor Edward Hartnett, Supreme Court Practice favorably reviewed on SCOTUSblog.

  • January 28 2014

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Lincroft.

  • January 23 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, Speaker, Rutgers-Newark Faculty Colloquium, What the Best Law Teachers Do.

  • January 23 2014

    Professor Margaret Lewis, co-translating a judicial interpretation by Taiwan’s Constitutional Court for its website.

  • January 22 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the New York City Bar.

  • January 21 2014

    Professor Stephen Lubben, elected to the board of the Creditors' and Debtors' Rights Section of AALS.

  • January 17 2014

    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.

  • January 14 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the Boston Athenaeum.

  • January 10 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, The Rise of the End User in Patent Litigation, Tri-State Region Intellectual Property Workshop, NYU Law School.

  • January 09 2014

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the National Archives, Washington D.C.

  • January 05 2014

    Professor Marc Poirier, Moderator, Courting Justices: LGBT Law Advances in the Twenty-First Century: On Marriage Equality, Windsor and Perry, Section On Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Issues.

  • January 05 2014

    Professor Kristin Johnson, participant, Corporate Theory and Regulation in the Aftermath of  the Financial Crisis,  Section on Socio-Economics.

  • January 05 2014

    Dean Cara Foerst, Speaker, Professional Identity: Helping Students Transition to Professional School, Section on Student Services.

  • January 05 2014

    Professor Michael Simkovic,  blogging, Access to Legal Education, Concurrent Session.

  • January 04 2014

    Professor Michael Risinger, Moderator, The Future of the Confrontation Clause, Section on Evidence.

  • January 04 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Moderator, Children's Privacy Rights Against Their Parents, Section on Defamation and Privacy.

  • January 04 2014

    Professor Paula Franzese, speaker, The Suburbs in Flux: Perspectives from Property and Real Estate Law, Sections On Property Law and Real Estate Transactions.

  • January 04 2014

    Professor Erik Lillquist, Moderator, The Future of the Confrontation Clause, Section on Evidence.

  • January 04 2014

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, panelist, Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl:  At the Intersection of Family Law, Indian Law and Civil Rights, Aals Hot Topic/Bridge Program.

  • January 03 2014

    Professor Kristen Boon, speaker, International Law-Making and the United NationsSection on International Law.

  • January 03 2014

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, speaker, The Role of Nonprofits Under the Affordable Care Act, Aals Section on Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law.

  • January 02 2014

    Professor Erik Lillquist, Chair, Section on Evidence.

  • January 02 2014

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Chair, Section on Defamation and Privacy.

  • December 30 2013

    Professor Edward Hartnett, author of Supreme Court Practice (10th ed. 2013)(with Shapiro et al.)

  • December 29 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Opening Speech, Symposium on Orly Lobel, Talent Wants to be Free, Bar-Ilan University School of Law, Israel

  • December 27 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, successful as pro se plaintiff asserting Open Public Meetings Act claim in Opderbeck v. Midland Park Board of Education, reported by the New Jersey Law Journal. 

  • December 18 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, presenting Comparative Practices Regarding Bail and Pre-Trial Detention Review, hosted by Northwest University of Politics and law, Xi'an.

  • December 17 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, on the Leonard Lopate show on WNYC Dec. 17th 1:25 to 2. 

  • December 14 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, presenting Comparative Practices Regarding Bail and Pre-Trial Detention Review, hosted by NYU School of Law, Sichuan University, Chengdu.

  • December 14 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Kenilworth.

  • December 12 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, lectured on computer crimes, cybersecurity, and intellectual property at L'École Supérieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti.

  • December 11 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, presents Meshal v. Higgenbotham, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C. (presenting oral argument on behalf of a U.S. citizen from N.J. challenging the constitutionality of his detention, rendition, and torture by U.S. agents overseas)

  • December 10 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, presenting Contrasts in Constitutionalism Across the Strait at Mapping International Engagement in China's Human Rights, National Chengchi University, Taipei

  • December 10 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the Social Law Library, Boston

  • December 10 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panelist on The First Amendment in an Age of TerrorismNew York City Bar Association, Panel Moderator, New York

  • December 09 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, awarded a Law and Public Affairs Fellowship at Princeton University for the 2014-15 academic, one of only 6 from a pool of over 160 applicants.

  • December 07 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his 2013 Annual Review .Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture in Mount Laurel

  • December 07 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, speaker on The Rule of Law at Partners in Haiti Micah Scholars Retreat, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

  • December 07 2013

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, panelist on NJ LEEP: A Model Pipeline Program, Society of American Law Teachers B.A. to J.D. Pipeline Program, University of Puerto Rico School of Law

  • December 06 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaking on Policing the Line: International Law, Article III, and the Permissible Scope of Military Commissions American Society Int'l Law Workshop: Int'l Law in Domestic Courts, Yale Law School

  • December 05 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist on Understanding Implicit Bias in the Courts,  District of Columbia Association of Administrative Law Judges, Washington, D.C.  

  • December 05 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, speaker, European Union Studies Center on the EU Treaty System at the Graduate Center of City University.

  • December 03 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, published article on Brazilian Regularization of Title in Light of Moradia, Compared to the United States Understandings of Homeownership and Homelessness, 44 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 259 (2013)

  • December 02 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the Arthur L. Carter Institute at NY University

  • December 02 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, published article on Hey, Media, White People Are Poor Too, The Root

  • December 02 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, published article in The Diplomat blog

  • November 27 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, presents Attorneys as False Claims Act Whistleblowers: The Second Circuit Weighs in, in  Revue Internationale de la Compliance et de l'Ethique des Affaires, no. 40, October 2013, at 21

  • November 26 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, contributor to The Friendship of  Pope Paul VI and Jacques Maritain, in Love and Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition 20 (Montague Brown ed. 2013) 

  • November 26 2013

    Professor Paula Franzese, appointed by NJ Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner to serve as Vice-Chair of Special Ethics Committee on Attorney Ethics and Admissions

  • November 25 2013

    Professor Alice Ristroph, presents Just Violence: What Criminal Justice Can Learn from Just War at Hoffinger Criminal Justice Colloquium, NYU Law

  • November 25 2013

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, panelist on Glass Ceilings, Sticky Floors, The Intersections of Race and Gender, NJ Judicial College

  • November 23 2013

    Professor Mark Alexander, Op Ed on the Importance of Libraries, in the Montclair Times

  • November 22 2013

    Professor Marc Denbeaux, presents Borough of Harvey Cedars v. Karan and Perilous Holdouts: Special Benefits or Sand Dunes in the Wrong Box? at the 16th Annual Conference on Litigating Challenges to Land Use and Environmental Regulations, NY University Law School

  • November 21 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, panelist on Implicit Racial Bias: A Practical Guide to Unlocking Racial Anxiety and Advancing Justice at the Neighborhood Funders Group 2013 Conference, Jackson, MS

  • November 21 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, discussion on his book The Great Dissent at Columbia Law School

  • November 21 2013

    Professor Paula Franzese, speaker on The Anatomy of Ethics Reform and the Return to Good Government, NJ League of Municipalities Annual Meeting

  • November 20 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, speaker on Computer Crimes Law Update at Mercer County Prosecutors' Xtreme CLE

  • November 20 2013

    Professor Bernard Freamon, has published Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013) (Robert Harms, Bernard K. Freamon and David W. Blight, eds.), including his essay Straight No Chaser: Slavery, Abolition and Modern Islamic Thought

  • November 19 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, op-ed in South China Morning Post

  • November 18 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, presents, Cybersecurity: Dealing With Hackers at Practicing Law Institute, Think Like a Lawyer, Talk Like a Geek, New York City

  • November 17 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on Who is a Journalist? at the annual meeting of the NJ Society of Professional Journalists

  • November 16 2013

    Professor John Wefing, spoke at The New Jersey Governor sponsored by the New Jersey  Historical Commission and the Eagleton Institute

  • November 16 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, published an article on Overfishing of Bluefin Tuna: Incentivizing Inclusive Solutions, 52 U. Louisville L. Rev. 1 (2013)

  • November 15 2013

    Professor Charles Sullivan, speaking on Madness to the Method?: Dis-torting Statutory Interpretation at Torts and Civil Rights Law: Migration and Conflict, Ohio State

  • November 13 2013

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, speaking on International Human Rights: A New Perspective, Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus

  • November 13 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking on her new book Challenge to China: How Taiwan Abolished Its Version of Re-Education Through Labor (with Jerome A. Cohen), National Committee on United States-China Relations

  • November 12 2013

    Professor Tara Ragone, speaking on Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: Legal and Policy Challenges, National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute/RWJF Public Health Fellows Program, Washington, D.C.

  • November 12 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, co-editor OLA After Single Point of Entry: Has Anything Changed?, at Americans For Financial Reform and The Roosevelt Institute’s Symposium:  An Unfinished Mission: Making Wall Street Work for Us, Washington, D.C.

  • November 11 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, amicus brief in Commonwealth v. Gelfgatt, concerning decryption of encrypted computer hard drives seized pursuant to a valid search warrant, quoted favorably during oral argument by the Massachusetts Supreme Court

  • November 11 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, guest blogging on Concurring Opinions this month

  • November 08 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, presents, ‘Whiffs of Federalism’ in Windsor v. United States: Power, Place, and Kulturkampf, at Federalism All the Way Down, University of Colorado

  • November 08 2013

    Professors' Solangel Maldonado and Edward Hartnett, appointed to the New Jersey State Bar Association Judicial Independence Task Force

  • November 07 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaking on Military Commissions in the Obama EraYale Law School National Security Group, New Haven

  • November 07 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, presenting Complexity, Complacency and Competition: The Future of Financial Markets Regulation, University of Indiana – Bloomington

  • November 07 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, elected to the Board of the National Business Law Scholars Conference

  • November 06 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, serving on the planning committee for the AALS Mid-Year –Workshop on Blurring Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law 

  • November 05 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking on Reforms to China’s Use of the Death Penalty, Capital Punishment Committee of the NY City Bar

  • November 05 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, speaking on The Great Dissent at the Abrams Center for Freedom of Expression at Yale Law School

  • November 02 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panel moderator, International Courts and TribunalsAmerican Society International L. Midyear Research Forum, New York

  • November 02 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, chairing, The Responsibility of International Organizations, American Society of International Law Mid-Year Research Forum  

  • November 01 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, presents, Chapter 11 Professional Issues: Proper Disclosure And Retention And Addressing The New Rules Of The Road On Compensation, at National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Conference, Atlanta

  • November 01 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, presents, At What Cost?: What Can Properly Be Counted as a Cost of Reducing Information Available for DecisionSafra Center for Ethics, Harvard Law School

  • October 31 2013

    Professor Adam Steinman, elected to the American Law Institute

  • October 31 2013

    Professor Angela Carmella, RFRA Challenges to the ACA Contraception Rule at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute's Ninth Constitutional Conclave, Philadelphia

  • October 31 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, speaking on Tuberculosis Research in Developing Countries, Ethics Advisory Group, International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Paris

  • October 31 2013

    Professor Michael Simkovic, on the 50-person ballot for the NATIONAL JURIST’S 25 Most Influential People in Legal Education, 2013

  • October 30 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, author, EU Citizenship: Why Can't the Advocates General Keep Sheila McCarthy's Family Together?, 36 Fordham International L. J. 1372 (2013)

  • October 30 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, reappointed by Chief Justice Rabner to the New Jersey Supreme Court’s Committee on the Rules of Evidence for the 2013-15 term

  • October 28 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, discusses The Bo Xilai Case and Rule of Law in China as part of the National Committee on US-China Relations’ annual China Town Hall, Bucknell University

  • October 28 2013

    Professor Alice Ristroph, speaking on The Police Officer as a (Reasonable) Human, NYC Criminal Law Theory Workshop, New York University

  • October 26 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, panelist on Standards of Responsibility for International Organizations: The Case of Haiti's Cholera Epidemic for the 2013 International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School

  • October 26 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, speaking on Bringing Terrorists to Justice: The Legal and Policy Implications when the Military Plays a Role, International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School, New York, NY  

  • October 25 2013

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, leading the panel on European Union-Crises and Updates in the European Union for International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School

  • October 25 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, published Corporate Finance (Aspen 2013)

  • October 24 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, presents, Detention without End?, at the UCLA Law Review Scholar Forum in Los Angeles, California

  • October 22 2013

    Professor Jessica Miles, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together: Domestic Violence Victims, Defendants and Due Process," 35 Cardozo L. Rev. 141 (2013) 

  • October 20 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, Cybersecurity and Computer Crimes Updates to New Jersey Prosecutor's College, Atlantic City 


  • October 20 2013

    Professors' Lesley and Michael Risinger, Op-ed, A Somerset Prosecutor's Responsibility to the Convicted Innocent, The Star-Ledger

  • October 17 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, panelist, Law Career Day, Seton Hall University

  • October 15 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, Cybersecurity and Computer Crimes Updates to Vietnam Computer Crime Prosecutor's Delegation, Seton Hall Law School, October 15th (with Erez Lieberman, AUSA)


  • October 15 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, Hans Kelsen and Neutral Constitutional Principles at Columbia’s Law & Politics Seminar

  • October 15 2013

    Professor Gaia Berstein, Unintended Consequences: Gamete Donor Anonymity and the Fragile Practice of Surrogacy,published in a symposium: Imagining the Next Quarter Century of Health Care, 10 Indiana Health L. Rev. 291 (2013)

  • October 11 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, panelist, Multilateral Sanctions in Intrastate War, Istituto Affari Internazionali conference on Coercive diplomacy in Global Governance: the Role of Sanctions, Rome

  • October 04 2013

    Professor Erik Lillquist, Evidence Evaluation and the Right to Silence at the Faculty Seminar of the Law Department of the Instituto Technologico Autonomo de Mexico, Mexico City

  • October 04 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking on Contrasts Across the Strait: International Human Rights Norms in Taiwan and China at Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, Stanford

  • October 03 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, expert testimony on The Situation of the Guantanamo Detainees before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Washington, DC

  • September 27 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, Essential Corporate Bankruptcy, European Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting, University of Warsaw

  • September 26 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, roundtable panelist on Business Ethics and Healthcare Compliance, International Society of Healthcare Ethics and Compliance Professionals, London

  • September 21 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, panelist, Arbitration in the South China Sea, International Law Weekend

  • September 19 2013

    Professor Kate Greenwood, “Litigant Regulation” of Physician Conflicts of Interest Centers for Disease Control

  • September 18 2013

    Professor Kevin Kelly and Professor Jessica Miles, New Jersey Family Law at Bridge the Gap Institute for Continuing Legal Education, sponsored by the NY City Bar

  • September 18 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, panelist on Legal Challenges, in HCP Vaccine Mandates: Solutions, Options, Challenges Ahead, NYU Langone Medical Center, Division of Medical Ethics

  • September 10 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Searching for Truth in the American Law of Evidence, 47 Georgia L. Rev. 801 (2013) 

  • September 09 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Wolves and Sheep, Predators and Scavengers, or Why I Left Civil Procedure (Not With a Bang, but a Whimper), 60 UCLA L. Rev. 1620 (2013)

  • September 09 2013

    Professor Thomas Healey, on The Great Dissent at the Massachusetts Historical Society and Boston University Law School

  • September 05 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, presenting report on UN Sanctions in Intrastate Conflict at International Peace Institute, New York.

  • August 30 2013

    Professor John Wefing, The Life and Times of Richard J. Hughes: the Politics of Civility listed in 101 Great New Jersey Books.

  • August 25 2013

    Professor Mark Alexander, 50 Years After the March on Washington, Much to Celebrate And Much to Do, op-ed in the Bergen Record.

  • August 24 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, panelist on Strategies for LGBT Students, Faculty and Staff Facing Discrimination at Religiously Affiliated Law Schools, National LGBT Bar Association Conference,  San Francisco.

  • August 23 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, guest blogging at Opinio Juris.

  • August 23 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and the Role of the Media, Asian American Journalists' Association Annual Conference, NYC.

  • August 19 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis guest blogging on Asia Unbound, the Council on Foreign Relations' blog for Asia.

  • August 19 2013

    Professor Timothy Glynn and Charles Sullivan, Horton Hatches the Egg, Concerted Action Includes Concerted Dispute Resolution, 64 Ala. L. Rev. 1013 (2013).

  • August 19 2013

    Professor Sarah Waldeck and Professor Timothy Glynn, Penalizing Diversity: How School Rankings Mislead the Market, 42 J. Law & Education 417 (2013).

  • August 18 2013

    Professor Brian Sheppard and Michael Simkovic are currently guest blogging on Concurring Opinions.

  • August 08 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, The Rise of the End User in Patent LitigationIntellectual Property Law Scholars Conference, Cardozo Law School.

  • August 08 2013

    Professor Tara Ragone, Hot Topics in Legal Ethics for Health Care Attorneys, New Jersey Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute, Monmouth University.

  • August 05 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis article, Criminal Law’s Contribution to China’s Economic Development, featured on the China Law & Policy Blog

  • July 31 2013

    Professor Adam Steinman, “Comcast v. Behrend and American Express v. Italian Colors,” Public Law Workshop, Center for Constitutional Governance, Columbia Law School.

  • July 29 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, offering public comment at the upcoming National Institutes of Health, Advisory Committee to the Director, Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Working Group, Boston.

  • July 23 2013

    Professor Timothy Glynn, appointed to the Law School Admission Council's Services and Programs Committee.

  • July 23 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, No Sisyphean Task: How the FDA Can Regulate Electronic Cigarettes, 13 Yale J. Health Pol’y, L. & Ethics 1 (2013).

  • July 12 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, to brief the State Department Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor Uzra Zeya in preparation for her upcoming trip to China for the U.S.- China Human Rights Dialogue.

  • July 11 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, Legal Systems in China, chapter in The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Criminology.

  • July 10 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, selected to be a member of and participated in the orientation meeting for the AALS Mid-Year Planning Committee Planning Committee for the Workshop on Blurring Boundaries in Financial and Corporate Law June 28-29, 2014.

  • July 09 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, discussant at Jean Monnet Research Workshop in European Integration at the Rutgers, New Brunswick European Center.

  • July 08 2013

    Professor Adam Steinman, Magic Words and the Erie Doctrine, 65 Florida L. Rev. F. 1 (2013) .

  • July 08 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Quantified and Non-Quantified Probability, at the University of British Columbia Law Faculty Workshop on Expert Evidence and Probabilistic Reasoning, Vancouver, B.C.

  • July 03 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Corporate Liability for Human Rights Violations, ABA Insights on Law & Society, Spring 2013.

  • June 27 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, along with a group of bioethicists and physicians, published a letter in the New England Journal of Medicine The OHRP and SUPPORT: Another View.

  • June 26 2013

    Professor Marina Lao, panelist, FTC v Actavis: Seminar on Impact of the Ruling, Sidley Austin LLP.

  • June 21 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, presenting Lessons for China: How Taiwan Curbed Arbitrary Police Power (forthcoming book co-authored with Jerome A. Cohen) at the annual North American Taiwan Studies Association Conference, University of California Santa Barbara.

  • June 21 2013

    Professor Marina Lao, presenting Internet Search and Antitrust, Conference on Internet Search and Innovation, Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth, Northwestern Law.

  • June 20 2013

    Professor Bernard Freamon, received the Alfred C. Clapp Award for Excellence in Editorial Writing from the publisher and editorial board of the New Jersey Law Journal.

  • June 18 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, panelist on Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology, Seton Hall Law.

  • June 18 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, War Without Strategy, The Boston Review.

  • June 14 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, panelist on Mobile Payments: The New Frontier, New York State Wireless Association's Wireless Forum 2013.

  • June 13 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, participating at a Junior Scholars' Workshop on Financial Markets Regulation at the University of Connecticut Law School.

  • June 13 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, Space, Place, and the Constitution: Expressive Identity by Halfway Measures at The Spatial Constitution, National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA.

  • June 11 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, “A Owns Blackacre” is Inadequate: Lessons from Differences in Homeownership Discourse in Brazil and the United States , AALS Mid-Year Meeting, San Diego.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Zack Buck, moderating Bioethics Update at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Plenary on Health Care Reform at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, moderating AHLA’s Model Curriculum at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderating Innovative Approaches to Health Law Teaching at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Beyond Implicit Bias at Race and Civil Rights in 2013: A Critical Analysis of 21st
Century Challenges and Opportunities, American University.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Zack Buck, moderating Health Law and Tort Law at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Frank Pasquale, moderating Genetics and the Law at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Controlling Health Care Costs at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, moderating Building the Public Health Field at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderating Developments in Patient Care, Quality, and Safety at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Frank Pasquale, moderating Health Law and the First Amendment at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, moderating Public Bioethics at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderating Health Law in the Criminal and Military Contexts at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, moderating Topics in Biomedical Research at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kate Greenwood, moderating Issues in Medical School Instruction at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, moderating Conscience and Reproductive Rights Issues at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, moderating Biomedical Research Regulation at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Tara Ragone, moderating Private Insurance Reform and Other Issues at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Denialism and Public Health at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Zack Buck, moderating and panelist Clinical Decision Making and Physician Practice Patterns at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Taking the Pulse of the ACA: Assessing the Emerging Challenges of Implementation at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Frank Pasquale, moderating Data, Privacy and Health Technology Update at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderating First Amendment Update at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, moderating Health and Life Sciences Law: Intellectual Property Issues at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Zack Buck, moderating Topics in Bioethics at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Building a Better Safety Net: ACA, Medicaid and Beyond at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kate Greenwood, moderating Children and Other Vulnerable Populations at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, moderating Population Health Law at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderating Food, Drug and Device Regulation and Enforcement at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, moderating and panelist Understanding and Evaluating IRB Effectiveness at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, moderating Health Care Reform: What Progress Has Been Made for People who Use the Health Care System the Most at 36th annual health law professors conference?

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Tara Ragone, moderating Essential Health Benefits and Topics in Public Health at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, moderating Empirical Health Law at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 06 2013

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, moderating Access to Drugs at 36th annual health law professors conference.

  • June 05 2013

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Intimate Association and the Freedom to Discriminate, at the Family Law Scholars and Teachers Conference at Brooklyn Law School.

  • June 05 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Bias in Forensic Science and Other Empirical Research Issues for Saul Kassin’s graduate lab in psychology at John Jay.

  • June 04 2013

    Professor Tracy Kaye is teaching us international tax law in Renmin University Law School in Beijing until May 23rd.

  • June 03 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, judging the Michael Greenberg Student Writing Competition, for the National LGBT Bar Association.

  • June 02 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, panelist in an Author Meets Reader session on Brett Frischmann, Infrastructure (2011), Law and Society, Boston.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Michael Simkovic, Risk Based Student Loans, Law & Society Association Conference, Boston.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Jenny Carroll, Nullification as Law, Law and Society, Boston.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Brian Sheppard, Norm Overcompliance and the Status of Soft Law at Law and Society.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Kristin Boon panel chair, Securities Regulation: A View from Investors’ Perspectives, Law and Society, Boston.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Kristin Boon, Extraterritorial Regulation: The Implications pf Local Regulation in Global Financial Markets, Law and Society, Boston.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, judging the Williams Institute Book Award, for the best scholarly book on law and LGBT topics.

  • June 01 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, appointed co-chair of American Society of Int'l Law 2013 Research Forum, New York City.

  • May 31 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, named to International Legal Materials Editorial Advisory Committee, American Society of International Law.

  • May 24 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, appointed Chair of the National Security and the Rule of Law Task Force of the New York City Bar Association.

  • May 24 2013

    Professor Mark Alexander publishes, A Short and Happy Guide to Constitutional Law (West 2013).

  • May 24 2013

    Professor Kristin Boon, Governing Financial Markets: Regulating Conflicts of Interest, 85 U. of Wash. L. Rev. 101 (2013).

  • May 24 2013
  • May 23 2013

    Professor Barbara Moses, named 59th President of the New York County Lawyers' Association and will be installed on May 23rd in a ceremony open to all.

  • May 23 2013

    Professor Carl Coleman, Compliance as a Profession: Common Body of Knowledge, Training, Professional Ethics and Professional Certification, 7th International Pharmaceutical Compliance Congress, Madrid.

  • May 21 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Patent Law's Neglect of the Ordinary User's Role in Disseminating Technology, 1st Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.

  • May 21 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Different Risk, Different Name?: The Debate over Assignment of Nonproprietary Names for Biosimilar Biologics, 1st Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.

  • May 19 2013

    Professor Michael Simkovic, Risk Based Student Loans, Boulder Summer Conference on Financial Decision Making, University of Colorado.

  • May 19 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Terrorism as a War Crime: Legal Traditions in Conflict, Symposium: Legal Traditions in a Diverse World, Cambridge University.

  • May 18 2013

    Professor Michael Simkovic, The Million Dollar Law Degree, American Law & Economics Association Conference, Vanderbilt.

  • May 17 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Detention without End?: Reexamining the Indefinite Confinement of Terrorism Suspects though the Lens of Criminal Sentencing, Sixth Annual National Security Law Workshop, South Texas College of Law.

  • May 15 2013

    Professor John Wefing, Judicial Independence, New Jersey Bar Association.

  • May 15 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Managing the Implicit Biases & Stereotype Threats Faced by Diverse Lawyersat, National Conference for the Minority Lawyer Program.

  • May 15 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Fisher v. University of Texas: Diversity in the Balance – The Potential Impact on Law Schools and the Legal Professionat, National Conference for the Minority Lawyer Program.

  • May 13 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, LAPA Luncheon Discussion on EU citizenship.

  • May 10 2013

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Constitutional Limitations on Tax Reform at the ABA Tax Section, Washington D.C.

  • May 10 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, Brazilian Regularization of Title in Light of Moradia Compared to United States Jurisprudence on Homeownership and Homelessness, 2013 Progressive Property Workshop, Loyola New Orleans College of Law.

  • May 09 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, speaking on China's System of Reeducation through Labor at a Congressional Executive Commission on China.

  • May 09 2013

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, moderating and participate in Confidentiality in all its States: La Confidentialite dans Tous ses Etats, co-sponsored by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the Paris Bar Association at the House of the Association.

  • May 09 2013

    Professor Marina Lao, Search, Essential Facilities, and the Antitrust Duty to Deal, 11 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 275 (2013).

  • May 09 2013

    Professor Edward Hartnett, Recess Appointments of Article III Judges: Three Constitutional Questions, 26 Cardozo L. Rev. 377 (2005), was one of two law review pieces cited in the Solicitor General’s petition for certiorari in Noel Canning, involving the constitutionality of recess appointments.?

  • May 08 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, panelist, NJ's Health Insurance Exchange: Ready to Launch?, New Jersey: State of Health 2013, Council on State Public Affairs, Hamilton.

  • May 07 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, Cyber Threats and Network Security Countermeasures: Keeping Your Intellectual Property and Secret Safes, ABA Webinar.

  • May 05 2013

    Professor Thomas Healy, The Justice Who Changed His Mind, Freedom of Expression Conference, Yale.

  • May 04 2013

    Professor Kate Greenwood, Calibrated Incentives for Orphan Drug Development: Time to Experiment? at a conference on The Food and Drug Administration in the 21st Century sponsored by Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center.

  • May 01 2013

    Professor Barbara Moses and Professor Jenny-Brooke Condon, Expanding Lawyering Skills: Out of the Classroom and Into the Studio, AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education.

  • April 26 2013

    Professor Marc Poirier, Why the Boy Scouts Can’t Jump: Cultural Property, Governance, and an Anti-Gay Brand, work-in-progress presentation at the Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Meeting, University of Minnesota Law School.

  • April 26 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, co-hosting and moderating Mind Sciences and Legal Northwestern Law School.

  • April 26 2013

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Community Identity and For Sale Signs, work-in-progress presentation at the Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Meeting, University of Minnesota Law School.

  • April 24 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Working in the Food and Drug Law Space: Challenges and Opportunities, Food & Drug Law Institute's Annual conference, Washington, D.C.

  • April 24 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Affirmative Action: Past, Present, and Future at the Kellogg Foundation's Racial Healing Conference, Asheville, NC.

  • April 22 2013

    Professor Jodi Anne Hudson, named to the Board of the Essex County Legal Aid Association.

  • April 20 2013

    Professor Shavar Jeffries, delivering the keynote address at the Midwest People of Color Conference, Chicago.

  • April 20 2013

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Making the Case for Post-Adoption Contact at the Child and Family Advocacy Conference, Columbia Law School.

  • April 20 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck hosted Law, Theology and the Human Person Roundtable, Notre Dame Law School.

  • April 15 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, panelist on How Taiwan Abolished Its Version of Reeducation Through Labor at Criminal Justice in China and Taiwan Today, NYU Law School.

  • April 13 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, Closing Plenary, International Law Association Spring Meeting (British Branch), Oxford University.

  • April 13 2013

    Professor Lori Nessel , Latina/o Critical Legal Study Panel at the Metro LALSA Pa’lante: Raising The Bar Conference Saturday at Seton Hall Law.

  • April 12 2013

    Professor Angela Carmella, moderated Religion and the Laws of War at the Fourth Annual Conference on Religious Legal Theory: Expanding the Conversation, Touro Law Center.

  • April 12 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Workshop Speaker, Making Sense of Abortion and Assisted Reproduction Workshop, Rutgers Camden Law School.

  • April 12 2013

    Professor Jenny Carroll, The Resistance Defense, 64 Ala. L. Rev. 589 (2013).

  • April 12 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, Dreyfus, Laicite' and the Burqua, 28 Conn J. Int'l L 117 (2012).

  • April 11 2013

    Professor Kristen Boon, commented on ICJ Judge Giorgio Gaja's talk The Relations Between the European Union and Its Member States from the Perspective of the ILC Articles on Responsibility of International Organizations, University of Amsterdam Faculty of Law.

  • April 11 2013

    Professor Marina Lao, Co-Moderator, Chair’s Showcase Session—The Political Hand in American Antitrust: Invisible, Inspirational or Imaginary, ABA Antitrust Section 2013 Meeting, Washington, DC.

  • April 11 2013

    Professor Bernard Freamon, Liberalism and the Anti-Shariah Sentiment. at Journal of Islamic Law and Culture Symposium on anti-Shariah Laws in the United States, at the University of Arkansas School of Law (Fayetteville).

  • April 11 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, Dodd-Frank’s Orderly Liquidation Authority, at Resolution Authority and Structural Reform Conference, NYU Stern School of Business.

  • April 10 2013

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, The Affordable Care Act and Medical Loss Ratios: Federal and State Methodologies, 2013 Health Insurance Rate Review Forum, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy.

  • April 10 2013

    Professor Stephen Lubben, invited discussant, GAO/National Academy of Sciences meeting on Treatment Of Financial Contracts During Bankruptcy, Washington, D.C.

  • April 09 2013

    Professor Brenda Saunders, presented With All of Its Bad Press, Why Even CONSIDER Attending Law School? at the Tri-State Consortium of Opportunity Programs: Access and Opportunity – Keeping America’s Promise.

  • April 09 2013

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Judicial Bias, D.C. Association of Administrative Law Judiciary’s, Washington.

  • April 06 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Junior Faculty Workshop, Center for Law, Economics and Finance, George Washington University.

  • April 06 2013

    Professor Christina Bennet, Moderator, Pathways to the Law, 2012 Color of Justice.

  • April 05 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Lawyering and Compliance In Evolving Markets, Transactional Lawyering: Theory, Practice, & Pedagogy, American University.

  • April 05 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, The Rise of the End User in Patent Law, Patcon3, Chicago Kent College of Law.

  • April 05 2013

    Professor Margaret Lewis, Where is Criminal Law in China's Law and Development Debate?,, Reading Group on Chinese Law, Columbia Law School.

  • April 04 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture to the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office, Trenton.

  • April 04 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, Beyond Bits, Memes and Utility Machines: A Theology of Intellectual Property as Social Relations, University of St. Thomas IP and Religion Conference.

  • April 03 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Roundtable Speaker, Reproductive Technologies Symposium, Rutgers Newark Law School.

  • April 03 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture to the Office of the Governor’s Counsel, Trenton.

  • April 01 2013

    Professor John Wefing, has been appointed to the Board of New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.

  • March 25 2013

    Professor John Wefing, participated in a forum at St. Peter's University on legal education.

  • March 25 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, panelist, Doubting EU Citizenship, American University.

  • March 22 2013

    Professor Angela Carmella, invited participant at a Roundtable Conference on Christian Legal Studies sponsored by Emory University's Center for the Study of Law and Religion.

  • March 21 2013

    Professor John Jacobi, Medicaid Models for a Dysfunctional System, Medicaid Matters, University of Kentucky College of Law.

  • March 21 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Extraterritorial Regulation: The Implications of Local Regulation in Global Financial Markets, Fordham Law School.

  • March 15 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Governing Financial Markets: Regulating Conflicts, 85 U. Wash. L. Rev. 185 (2013) .

  • March 15 2013

    Professor Charles Sullivan, Remedies panelist at NYU Workshop on Employment Law for Federal Judges.

  • March 08 2013

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Racial Hierarchy and Desire: The Effects of Law’s Influence on Interracial Intimacies at the Modern Families: Changing Families, Challenging Laws Symposium, University of Iowa College of Law.

  • March 08 2013

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Intensive Parenting, Social Networks and Children's Privacy, Family Secrets Roundtable, University of Maryland Law School.

  • March 07 2013

    Professor Catherine McCauliff, participant, Straus-EU Workshop on Governance in the EU.

  • March 05 2013

    Professor John V. Jacobi, State Health Options: Advancing Access Under the ACA, State Health Reform, Suffolk University Law School.

  • March 05 2013

    Professor David Opderbeck, The Problem With NeuroLaw, Notre Dame Faculty Colloquium.

  • March 01 2013

    Professor John V. Jacobi, New Jersey Health Reform, Health Care Reform: State of the States Roundtable, University of Maryland Law School.

  • February 28 2013

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, GPS Surveillance: Civil Liberties Challenges Raised by New Technologies, ESCDROJ, Jeremie, Haiti.

  • February 28 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture in Newark on February 28th.

  • February 28 2013

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Governing Financial Markets: Regulating Conflicts, University of Utah.

  • February 22 2013

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, panelist on Health of Nations: Distress, Recovery, and Revival, Wharton School.

  • February 21 2013

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, The Diversity Penalty: How School Rankings Mislead the Market at Loyola-Chicago.

  • February 21 2013

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture in Woodbridge on February 21st.

  • February 19 2013

    Professor Jordan Paradise, panelist on Navigating the Biosimilars Landscape, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology and Seton Hall Law School.

  • February 18 2013

    Professor Kathleen M. Boozang, panelist at Compliance with and Enforcement of U.S. HealthCare Laws, Petri-Flom Center, Harvard Law School.

  • February 15 2013

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Stereotype Threat and Racialized Obstacles to Success in Law, American Law School: Salt Sponsored JD Pipeline Conference.

  • February 13 2013

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture in Camden County.

  • February 11 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, What Standards of Proof Imply We Want from Jurors, and What We Should Say to Them to Get It University of Texas Law School.

  • February 07 2013

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, Re-conceptualizing Lehman at the University of Texas.

  • January 25 2013

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye, We're Not Broke, moderating a panel discussing a film on corporate tax avoidance at ABATax Section Midyear Meeting.

  • January 25 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Why I Left Civil Procedure, 21st Century Litigation: Pathologies and Possibilities, UCLA Law Review Symposium in Honor of Stephen Yeazell.

  • January 25 2013

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, selected to attend the Workshop for Law Professors on the Economics of Litigation and Civil Procedure in Captiva Island, FL.

  • January 25 2013

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, spoke at Building Justice: Increasing Representation For Immigrants In New Jersey, Rutgers Law.

  • January 24 2013

    Professor Charles A. Sullivan, Eighth Edition of Cases and Materials on Employment Discrimination.

  • January 24 2013

    Professor Brian Sheppard, Analysis of the Legality of the Congressional Ouster of Justices in Honduras submitted to the U.S. Dept. of State at its request (with David Landau).

  • January 22 2013

    Professor Mark C. Alexander, The First Word of the First Amendment at Back to Basics: Originalism and Textualism in Constitutional Interpretation Today, University of Pennsylvania.

  • January 18 2013

    Professor Michael Risinger, Searching for Truth in the Rules of Evidence, at Evidence Reform: Turning a Grostesque Structure Into a Rational Edifice?, University of Georgia.

  • December 22 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin, presented his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture in Monmouth County.

  • December 14 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, Structuring Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations to Avoid Antitrust Challenges, 42 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1443 (2012).

  • December 14 2012

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, awarded research fellowship at the Amsterdam Center for International Law research project on the Law of Responsibility.

  • December 14 2012

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, appointed Senior Visiting Advisor at the International Peace Institute in New York.

  • December 12 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Dealing With Hackers: Present and Future Legal and Regulatory Issues at Infraguard Summit.

  • December 03 2012

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, Lori A. Nessel and Margaret Martin, Human Trafficking CLE at the NJ Law Center, sponsored by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office and CSJ.

  • October 19 2012

    Professor Rachel Godsil, Put the "UD" Back in HUDat the American Planners Association National Convention

  • October 07 2012

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, delivers Keynote at Junior State of America Conference, Columbia University.

  • October 05 2012

    Dean Kathleen M. Boozang and Professor Simone Handler-Hutchinson, Monitoring Corporate Corruption: DOJ's Use of Deferred Prosecution Agreements in Health Care, 35 AM. J. L. & MED. 89 (2009)

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Synthetic Biology: Does Re-writing Nature Require Re-writing Regulation?, 117 Penn. State Law Review 53 (2012).

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, The Meaning of McIntyre, 18 Sw. J. Int'l L. 417 (2012)

  • October 02 2012

    Professors Kate Greenwood, Tara Adams Ragone and John V. Jacobi, Implementing the Essential Health Benefits Requirement in New Jersey: Decision Points and Policy Issues.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, Evaluating Federal and New Jersey Regulation of Rating Factors  and Rate Bands.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Kate Greenwood, The Affordable Care Act¹s Risk Adjustment and Other Risk-Spreading Mechanisms: Needed Support for New Jersey's Health Insurance Exchange.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Paula Franzese, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Institute for Ethical Leadership At the National Council of Bar Presidents, the president of the Council.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor John V. Jacobi, Active or Passive: The Role of a New Jersey Health Insurance Exchange.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Book Review: Nanotechnology Intellectual Property Rights: Research, Design, and Commercialization (CRC Press, 2012), World Patent Information (Elsevier).

  • October 02 2012

    Professors Mark P. Denbeaux and Jonathan Hafetz, appeared on Due Process.

  • October 02 2012

    Professor Kate Greenwood, The Health Insurance Exchange, Medicaid Program, and the Apportionment of Responsibility for Determining Eligibility and Effectuating Enrollment in New Jersey.

  • October 01 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. (Reargument), ABA Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases.

  • October 01 2012

    Professor Michael Ambrosio, the New Jersey Law Journal, "Rethinking the Role of Corporate Counsel."

  • September 29 2012

    Professor Michael Simkovic, Risk Based Student Loans, at Canadian Law & Economics.

  • September 28 2012

    Professor Alice Ristroph at a Roundtable on Jack Goldsmith's Power and Constraint at Temple Law School.

  • September 28 2012

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Unintended Consequences: Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity and the Fragile Practice of Surrogacy at the BABY MARKETS CONFERENCE, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, Bloomington.

  • September 27 2012

    Professor Paula Franzese, will present The Professor's Corner at the American College of Real Estate Lawyers Annual Meeting, in Washington, D.C.

  • September 27 2012

    Professor Elizabeth F. Defeis, Legal Norms and Religious Freedoms, at Symposium on Civil Society and Education on Human Rights as a Tool for Promoting Religious Tolerance, United Nations.

  • September 23 2012

    Professor Paula Franzese, The Professor's Corner at the AMERICAN COLLEGE OF REAL ESTATE LAWYERS ANNUAL MEETING, in Washington, DC., October 29-30

  • September 22 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, , NJ Prosecutor's College, Atlantic City.

  • September 22 2012

    Professor Michael Simkovic, Competition and Crisis in Mortgage Securitization, at European Law & Economics.

  • September 22 2012

    Professor Michael Simkovic, The Effects of Ownership and Stock Liquidity on the Timing of Repurchase Transactions, at European Law & Economics.

  • September 21 2012

     Tax Law Career Panel presented by Seton Hall Tax Law Society, 5pm, Faculty Library

  • September 21 2012

    Professor Alice Ristroph, commentating at the Robina Workshop on Preventive Justice at University of Minnesota Law School.

  • September 20 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Implicit Bias, Identity Anxiety, and Structural Racialization: Subtexts in the Everyday and the 2012 Election, American Values Institute and Haas Diversity Research Center, Boalt Hall.

  • September 13 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Race Talk Series, Open Society Institute at the Baltimore Public Library.

  • September 13 2012

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Just Violence at George Washington Law School Faculty Workshop.

  • August 08 2012

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Human Rights, the European Union, and the Treaty Route: From Maastricht to Lisbon, 35 Fordham Int’l L. J. 1207 (2012).

  • August 08 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, panelist on Exploring the Legal Hurdles of Coordinating Care, at One Year Later: The New Jersey Medicaid Accountable Care Organization Demonstration Project,” organized by PICO New Jersey.

  • August 08 2012

    Professor Kristin N. Johnson, presented Current Issues in Consumer Financial Protection and Financial Regulation, Southeastern Law Schools Association, Amelia Island, FL.

  • August 08 2012

    Professor Kristin N. Johnson, moderated Corporate Citizenship First Among Equals or Equal Protection? Southeastern Law Schools Association, Amelia Island, FL.

  • July 13 2012

    Professor Alice Ristroph, participating in a workshop on Misdemeanors at NYU Law School.

  • July 03 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Equal Surveillance Under Law, Harvard-Georgetown Market Democracy Working Group, July 2nd-3rd Georgetown University.

  • July 03 2012

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye, Direct Taxation in the European Union: From Maastricht to Lisbon, 35 FORDHAM INT’L L.J. 1231 (2012).

  • June 28 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, co-presenting Legal Ethics for the Health Care Lawyer, New Jersey Attorney General Advocacy Institute.

  • June 22 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, course director for WHO workshop, Developing a Legislative and Regulatory Framework for Clinical Trials, Nairobi.

  • June 22 2012

    Professor Mark C. Alexander, chosen as an at-large delegate in the New Jersey Delegation to the DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION in Charlotte.

  • June 22 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, course director for WHO workshop, Developing a Legislative and Regulatory Framework for Clinical Trials, Nairobi.

  • June 22 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone, The Affordable Care Act and Medical Loss Ratios: Federal and State Methodologies, SETON HALL’S CENTER FOR HEALTH & PHARMACEUTICAL LAW & POLICY and RUTGERS CENTER FOR STATE HEALTH POLICY & (May 2012) (Issue Brief for the NJ).

  • June 13 2012

    Marc R. Poirier, Hate Crimes as Territory, Property Works In Progress Conference, Fordham.

  • June 13 2012

    Kathleen M. Boozang, The Newest Compliance Threats for Life Sciences: Responsible Corporate Officer Doctrine and Corporate Officers as Realtors>/em>, Food & Drug Law Institute, Washington, D.C.

  • May 25 2012

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, symposiums on China's Revised Criminal Procedure Law in Beijing, Chongqing, Chengdu, and Xi'an.

  • May 25 2012

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, Disposable Workers: Applying a Human Rights Framework to Analyze Duties Owed to Seriously Injured or Ill Immigrants, 19 Ind. J. Global Leg. Stud. 61 (2012).

  • May 24 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, Ethics as a Global Health Challenge, Bocconi University School of Management, Milan.

  • May 22 2012

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Intensive Parenting, Social Networks and Children's Privacy, Emerging Family Law Scholar's Conference, Fordham Law School.

  • May 21 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz's book, Habeas Corpus After 9/11: Confronting America's New Global Detention System tied for best book in the 2012 ABA Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts.

  • May 21 2012

    Professor Charles A. Sullivan, The Curious Incident of Gross and the Significance of Congress's Failure to Bark, 90, Texas L. Rev. See also 157 (2012).

  • May 21 2012

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye, PWC Visiting Professor at Vienna University, May15-July 15; inaugural address, May 18th.

  • May 21 2012

    Professor Linda Fisher, Bellow Scholar Presentation on Stalled Foreclosures, AALS Clinical Section Annual Meeting.

  • May 21 2012

    Professor Angela C. Carmella, Women and Religious Liberty at Seton Hall University's Distinguished Speakers Program.

  • May 17 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, moderating a panel on Diverse Charter Schools at An Emerging Model for Advancing the Legacy of Mendez and Brown, Georgetown.

  • May 17 2012

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, The Ethical Imperative as the Rule of Reason, Annual Conference of Local and Municipal Officers, Atlantic City.

  • May 16 2012

    Professor Marina Lao, panelist on Search, Duties to Deal, and Essential Facilities, Henry G Manne Program in Law & Economics Second Annual Conference on Competition, Search, and Social Media, George Mason Law School.

  • May 14 2012

    Doctor Brian Sheppard successfully defended his S.J.D. dissertation, Rules vs. Standards, Naturalized, at Harvard Law School.

  • May 11 2012

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing the Ordinary User, Plenary Presentation, PATCON2, Boston College Law School.

  • April 27 2012

    Professor Marina Lao, The Google Books Settlement at the 12th Annual Loyola Antitrust Colloquium, Institute of Consumer Antitrust Studies, Chicago.

  • April 26 2012

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, represents the International Insolvency Institute at the Uncitral Insolvency Working Group meeting, New York.

  • April 26 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, elected as Chair of the Food & Drug Law Institute's Academic Committee for 2012-2013.

  • April 26 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, moderates the FDA Center for Biologic Evaluation and Research Panel, Food & Drug Law Institute's 55th Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

  • April 26 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Overcoming Racial Polarization: Racial Anxiety and the Empathy Gap, WK Kellogg Foundation Racial Healing Conference, New Orleans.

  • April 26 2012

    Professor H. Kwasi Prempeh, presents Is Postauthoritarian Africa's Imperial President Inevitable? at Elections, Accountability and Democratic Governance in Africa, Cornell Institute for African Development & Berger International Legal Studies Program.

  • April 23 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Moderator, Gibbons Institute’s Patent Litigation at the ITC, Newark Club in Newark.

  • April 23 2012

    Professor David D. Opderbeck, Copyright, Copyleft, and Why You Should Care about Copyright Law and Policy, Seton Hall University Library.

  • April 21 2012

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, Transparency in International Arbitration at the Global Law and Policy Roundtable at New York Law School.

  • April 21 2012

    Professor Mark P. Denbeaux, panelist on Trial Rights of Military Detainees, Syracuse Law Review Conference.

  • April 20 2012

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye, Offshore Tax Evasion, Washburn Tax Policy Colloquium.

  • April 19 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin, delivers his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture to the Office of the Governor’s Counsel.

  • April 19 2012

    Professor David D. Opderbeck, Chairing NJ Cybersecurity Policy Working Group Meeting.

  • April 17 2012

    Professors Carl H. Coleman, Kate Greenwood and Kathleen M. Boozang, speakers on Hot Topics in Life Sciences Law at Seton Hall Law School.

  • April 17 2012

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Rethinking the Intersection of Inheritance and the Law of Tenancy in Common, 87 Notre Dame L. Rev. 737 (2011).

  • April 17 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, The Role of Informed Consent in Tuberculosis Testing and Screening, European Respiratory Journal, 39 (2012):1057.

  • April 16 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin, delivered his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office. 

  • April 16 2012

    Professor David D. Opderbeck, on Cybersecurity, Cyberwar, and Civil Liberties, U.S. Military Academy.

  • April 16 2012

    Professor Mark C. Alexander publishes Health Care Day in the HuggingtonPost.

  • April 16 2012

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity and the Practice of Surrogacy, Symposium: Imagining The New Quarter Century of Health Care, Indiana University School of Law.

  • April 13 2012

    Professor Mark C. Alexander, panelist at Rutgers Law Symposium, The Voting Rights Act Of 1965: Where Do We Go From Here? 

  • April 10 2012

    Professor Jenny Carroll, published poem, The History We Wrote This Summer, in The Human Cost of Food (Thompson & Wiggins, eds.)

  • April 10 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, From Transparency to Intelligibility: Health Information Technology's Role in Health Reform, Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center Colloquium.

  • March 26 2012

    Sister Melanie DiPietro and Professor Kathleen M. Boozang organized Exploring New Corporate Structures for Catholic Health Care Systems, also featuring:
    Professor Timothy P. Glynn, A Comparative Evaluation of the Legal Principles of Governance and Management
    Professor Angela C. Carmella, Religious Exemptions
    Professor John V. Jacobi, Health Care: Public Good or Private Good?

  • March 23 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, From Transparency to Intelligibility: Health Information Technology's Role in Health Reform, Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center Colloquium.

  • March 23 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, From Transparency to Intelligibility: Health Information Technology's Role in Health Reform, Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center Colloquium.

  • March 23 2012

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, moderating A Call to Action: Promoting Pro Bono Representation in Immigration Proceedings at the Immigrant Detainees: Alone, Unrepresented & Imprisoned Conference at Rutgers, Newark.

  • March 23 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Military Detention in the 'War on Terrorism': Normalizing the Exceptional after 9/11" 112 Columbia L. Rev Sidebar (2012).

  • March 23 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Reassessing Safety for Nanotechnology Combination Products: What Do Biosimilars Add to Regulatory Challenges for the FDA?, 56 St. Louis L.J. 465-519 (2012).

  • March 23 2012

     Professor Kathleen M. Boozang, guest blogger on Health Law Prof Blog.

  • March 22 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Brief of Retired Federal Judges as Amici Curiae (co-author), filed in U.S. Supreme Court in Latif v. Obama.

  • March 21 2012

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, appointed to the World Bank/ABI Working Group on Financial Contracts in Bankruptcy.

  • March 21 2012

    Professor Marc R. Poirier, Structure of the Retrospective Deepwater Horizon Litigation at the 30th Annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference, University of Oregon.

  • March 21 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, From Transparency to Intelligibility: Health Information Technology's Role in Health Reform, Columbia University Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Law, Medicine, and Public Health.

  • March 20 2012

    Professors John V. Jacobi, Kate Greenwood, Tara Adams Ragone, Constitutional & Statutory Issues: The Affordable Care Act Media Briefing, Seton Hall.

  • March 20 2012

    Professor Brian Sheppard, Legal Argument v. Constraint, Harvard Law School Graduate Program.

  • March 19 2012

    Professor Edward A. Hartnett, Facial and As-Applied Challenges to the Individual Mandate of the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, 46 Richmond L. Rev. 745 (2012).

  • March 19 2012

    Professor Rachel E. Lopez, Advancing Human Rights in Haiti: Utilizing Regional and International Mechanisms, L’Ecole Superieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti.

  • March 17 2012

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, Doing the (Islamically) Right Thing: Islamic Law and 21st Century Moral and Political Imperatives, Muslim Law Conference on the Changing Political Face of the Middle East and the Future Role of Islamic Law, University of Pennsylvania.

  • March 16 2012

    Professor Michael Risinger, keynote speaker on Expert Evidence and Its Weaknesses at the Annual Conference of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan.

  • March 15 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Habeas Corpus: Enforcing Human Rights through Legal Action, L’Ecole Superieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti.

  • March 15 2012

    Professor David W. Barnes, Intellectual Property and Global Public Health, L’Ecole Superieure Catholique de Droit de Jérémie, Haiti.

  • March 14 2012

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, Institutional Investors Educational Foundation’s New York Bankruptcy Litigation Roundtable.

  • March 12 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Access to Information and National Security, Universidad de Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin delivers his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law at Bergen Community College.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Protecting Consumer Reputations in an Era of Pervasive Surveillance and Secret Analytics, at The CFPB After a Year, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate Financial Law.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, Bluefin Tuna: A Case Study in Scarcity and Redistribution in International Law at the International Trade Committee of the New York Bar Association.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Baia Bernstein, Incentivizing the Ordinary User, Manzo Scholar Presentation, DePaul Law School.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Tara Adams Ragone co-presenting Legal Ethics for the Health Care Attorney at the New Jersey Attorney General's Advocacy Institute.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye elected to the Board of Regents, 3rd Circuit, of the American College of Tax Counsel.

  • March 01 2012

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, book review Beyond "Privatopia"-- Rethinking Residential Private Government, J. of Regional Science (Spring, 2012).

  • February 24 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, hosts NJ prosecutors Cybersecurity Law Roundtable, New Brunswick

  • February 24 2012

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Intellectual Property and the Metaphysics of Social Relations Religious Legal Theory Conference, Pepperdine.

  • February 24 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise, presents Assessing FDA Regulation of New Drugs, Animal Drugs, and Cosmetics as Applied to Microbes Modified Using Synthetic Biology at the J. Craig Venter Institute, Rockville, MD.

  • February 24 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale presents The Symbolic Uses of Antitrust Law, at George Mason Law Review Symposium on Antitrust.

  • February 24 2012

    Professor Jordan Paradise published Claiming Nanotechnology: Improving USPTO Efforts at Classification of Emerging Nano-Enabled Pharmaceutical Technologies, 10 Northwestern J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 169 (2012).

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, elected to the Board of the AALS Intellectual Property Section.

  • February 23 2012

    Dean Erik Lillquist is elected Chair of the AALS Evidence Section.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin delivers his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law, Iselin.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Mark P. Denbeaux, And Then There Were Some: A Profile of Those Detainees in Guantanamo Ten Years After It Opened, the Alice Sofis Evangelides Lecture at Rutgers Eagleton Institute.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Mark P. Denbeaux presents at Symposium: The Legacy of Guantanamo, Barry Law School.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Process, Culpability, and Finality: A Criminal Law Perspective on Indefinite Law-of-War Detention, Symposium: The Legacy of Guantanamo, Barry Law School.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, The Impact of Islamic Values and Norms on the Behavior of Non-state Actors in Egypt at Forces Without Borders: Non-State Actors in a Changing Middle East, Cornell Law School.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. & Mohamed v. Palestinian Authority, ABA Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, The Future of Class Action Litigation After Wal-Mart v. Dukes, American Constitution Society, Brooklyn Law School.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Toward Law & Political Economy, Conference on Race, Class, Gender & Ethnicity, "Waking up from the American Dream: The Sober Reality of Class in the United States," Chapel Hill.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Marc R. Poirier Hate Crimes and the Nomosphere at Legal Geography and the Nomosphere, Power and Influence at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Protecting Consumer Reputations in an Era of Pervasive Surveillance and Secret Analytics, University of Miami Legal Theory Workshop.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, Islamic Conception(s) of Justice, City College of New York.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Michael Risinger was the opening speaker at an all day program on Cross Examining Forensic Experts at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting, Atlanta.

  • February 23 2012

    Professor Denis F. McLaughlin delivered his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law, Cherry Hill.

  • February 17 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, Intellectual Property and Global Public Health: Key Concepts and Challenges at the Executive Course on Intellectual Property Diplomacy, and Global Public Health, co-sponsored by Seton Hall Law and the Graduate School of International and Development Studies, Geneva.

  • February 17 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Post-Zoning Land Use Practices, at Brooklyn Law School's Trager Symposium.

  • February 17 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, at The LSAT, Diversity, and New York Pipeline Best Practices for the Skadden, Arps Honors Program in Legal Studies Symposium.

  • February 17 2012

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, Presuming Innocence, or Corruption, in China at Case Western Reserve Law's School Faculty Colloquium.

  • February 17 2012

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon has contracted with Yale University Press to publish Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition, co-edited with David W. Blight and Robert Harms.

  • February 15 2012

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, Rapporteur for a joint World Health Organization/University of Paris ethics review of a research proposal on fexinidazole as a treatment for late-stage Human African Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness).

  • February 15 2012

    Marc R. Poirier, blogging for Salt on Perry v. Brown.

  • February 15 2012

    Professor Marina Lao testifying on Litigation as Predatory Strategy before the House Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition and the Internet, Washington, D.C.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Marc R. Poirier, Losing Monumentally: Why a Big Disappointment in Court Seems like Judicial Taking but Isn’t at a symposium on Judicial Takings at Penn State.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Paula A. Franzese, the featured speaker on The Return to Civic Engagement at Loyola University's (Maryland) Ethics Week.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Michael Simkovic, Competition and Crisis in Mortgage Securitization, won the 2011 American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers Writing Competition.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Paula A. Franzese and Prof. Rachel D. Godsil present at Fordham Urban Law Journal's Symposium, Taking New York: The Challenges, Opportunities, and Dangers Posed by Eminent Domain Use in New York.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Marina Lao edited a symposium on The Effect of Economic Crises on Antitrust Policy, 77 Antitrust L.J. 213 et seq. (2010), and published an Editor's Note, at 213.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Denis F. McLaughlin published the 2010 Annual review of New Jersey Civil Case Law.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Denis F. McLaughlin will deliver his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law at the Newark Club.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Adam N. Steinman Our Courts and the World: Transnational Litigation and Procedure, at Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Paula A. Franzese published Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching: Property (Aspen Publishers).

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Rachel E. Lopez, Getting Away with Murder: The False Choice between Peace and Justice in Post-Conflict Society, at Violence, Memory, and Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of South Florida, Tampa.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Denis F. McLaughlin delivered his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law in Monmouth County.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Timothy P. Glynn just published a monograph, Social Security Law – USA in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Carl H. Coleman is guest blogging in February at healthlawprof.

  • February 15 2012

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis guest blogged on IntLawGrrls.

  • February 10 2012

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Post-Zoning Land Use Practices, at Brooklyn Law School's Trager Symposium.

  • January 27 2012

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing the Ordinary User, Pace Law School Faculty Workshop.

  • January 27 2012

    Prof. Denis F. McLaughlin, delivered his N.J. Law Journal Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture in Morris County, N.J.

  • January 26 2012

    Prof. Marc R. Poirier, Show Up and Slow Down: Establishing a Contemplative Practice for Lawyers, at the Contemplative Lawyers Group of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

  • January 25 2012

    Prof. Tracy A. Kaye, Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance in the United States, in CFE Forum Reports on European Taxation–4: Sharing Information Across Borders in Indirect and Direct Tax – 2010 & The Permanent Establishment in International Tax Law– 2011 (Servaas van Thiel, ed.) (2011).

  • January 25 2012

    Prof. Marc R. Poirier, has been appointed to Salt’s Issues in Legal Education Committee

  • January 25 2012

    Prof. Carl H. Coleman, Legal Approaches to End-of-Life Treatment Decisions in United States Law, in Stefania Negri ed., Self-Determination, Dignity and End-Of-Life Care: Regulating Advance Directives in International and Comparative Perspective (2012).

  • January 18 2012

    Prof. Mark C. Alexander, Citizens United and Equality Forgotten, 35 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 499 (2011).

  • January 18 2012

    Prof. Marina Lao, discussant at Antitrust and Intellectual Property, Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship Conference II, at NYU School of Law.

  • January 18 2012

    Prof. David W. Barnes' article, Free-Riders and Trademark Law’s First Sale Rule, 27 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L. J. 457 (2011), selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of the Intellectual Property Law Review as one of the best intellectual property articles published in the last year.

  • January 13 2012

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing the Ordinary User, Second Annual Tri-State Regional Intellectual Property Workshop, Fordham Law School.

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. Frank Pasquale, Chair, AALS Privacy Section; Executive Board, Health Law Section.

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. Jon Romberg, National Security and Civil Rights, Civil Rights Section panel at the AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. Jonathan Hafetz, Foreward, National Security Policy and the Role of Lawyering: Guantanamo and Beyond, 41 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1203 (2011).

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. David W. Opderbeck, Cybersecurity and Computer Crimes Update, NJ Public Defenders CLE, Trenton.

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. Adam N. Steinman has joined the Editorial Board of the British Journal of American Legal Studies published by the Centre of American Legal Studies at Birmingham City University School of Law.

  • January 10 2012

    Prof. Kristin N. Johnson has been elected to the Executive Committee for the AALS's Section on Minority Groups.

  • January 08 2012

    Prof. Kristin N. Johnson, panel Commentator, Implementing Dodd-Frank amid Reform Fatigue, Section on Financial Institutions at the AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • January 07 2012

    Prof. Frank Pasquale, Panel Commentator, Permeable Economies: The Situation and Performance of Financial Services Markets, Section on Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial Services at the AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • January 06 2012

    Prof. Michael Simkovic, Competition and Crisis in Mortgage Securitization, poster session at the AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • January 05 2012

    Prof. Kristin N. Johnson, panel Commentator, Corporate Fiduciary Duties, Social Responsibility, and Governance – Part I Section on Socio-Economists at the AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • January 04 2012

    Prof. Kristin N. Johnson, panel Commentator, Corporate Accountability in the Post Financial Crisis Era, Society of Socio-Economists Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

  • December 30 2011

    Professor David W. Barnes, article, Free-Riders and Trademark Law’s First Sale Rule, 27 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L. J. 457 (2011), selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of the Intellectual Property Law Review as one of the best intellectual property articles published in the last year.

  • December 13 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, panelist at Sentencing in Capital Cases in China and the United States, Evidence Law Research Institute, Northwest University of Politics and Law, Xi'an.

  • December 13 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, panelist at Chinese Criminal Procedure Law Reform: What it Means for Defense Lawyers, The Procuratorate, and Evidence Heard at Trial, Science of Criminal Law Institute, Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai campus.

  • December 13 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, panelist at Conference On Human Rights Development in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, Taipei Bar Association and Taiwan Association for Human Rights, Taipei.

  • December 13 2011

    Prof. Jenny Carroll, has been appointed to the Pretrial Justice Panel, reviewing the Bail Reform Act.

  • December 13 2011

    Prof. Kathleen M. Boozang, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees for the St. Joseph HealthCare System.

  • December 09 2011

    Prof. Carl H. Coleman, Ethical Aspects of TB Research and Resistance Surveillance, at the WHO Workshop on the Ethics of TB Prevention, Care, and Control, Baku, Azerbaijan.

  • December 09 2011

    Prof. Jonathan Hafetz, The Militarization of U.S. National Security Policy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

  • December 07 2011

    Prof. Solangel Maldonado, Putting a Price of Diversity: An Open Discussion on the Economy's Impact on Diversity in the Legal Profession, New Jersey Law Center.

  • December 04 2011

    Prof. Paula A. Franzese, to be honored with the COGEL Award by the National Council on Government Ethics Laws, as an individual "who has inspired the cause of good government," Nashville.

  • December 02 2011

    Professor Maya Grosz, Teaching Legal Writing, Legal Writing Institute One Day Workshop, Brooklyn Law School.

  • December 02 2011

    Prof. Jonathan Hafetz and Jenny Carroll, Amicus Brief in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld (D.C. Circuit) (supporting Equal Protection Clause challenge to Guantanamo military commissions).

  • November 28 2011

    Prof. Elizabeth Defeis, The Arab Spring and Responsibility to Protect at Chinese Institute of International Law, Beijing.

  • November 21 2011

    Prof. John B. Wefing, The 2010-11 United States Supreme Court Term, New Jersey Judicial College.

  • November 17 2011

    Prof. Tracy A. Kaye, Corporate Blackmail: State Tax Incentives in the United States, conference on State Aid and Tax Law, University of Luxembourg.

  • November 17 2011

    Prof. Charles A. Sullivan, Mastering the Faithless Servant?: Reconciling Employment Law, Contract Law, and Fiduciary Duty, 2011 Wisc. L. Rev. 777.

  • November 17 2011

    Prof. Solangel Maldonado and Prof. Rachel D. Godsil, Opening Doors: Making Diversity Matter in Law School Admissions, Diversity Council & SALT, Pipeline Conference, St. John's Law School.

  • November 16 2011

    Prof. Paula A. Franzese, keynote speaker, Character as Destiny: Ethics, Politics and Leadership Models, at the NJ League of Municipalities Annual Convention, Atlantic City.

  • November 16 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, National Committee on US-China Relations' Annual Town Hall, Cranford.

  • November 16 2011

    Prof. Kristen E. Boon, panelist on The Legality of Use of Force in Libya, sponsored by NYU Law African Law Association.

  • November 12 2011

    Prof. John V. Jacobi, Health Reform and People with Disabilities, Healthcare Reform in the United States: Legal Implications and Policy Considerations, University of Connecticut Law School.

  • November 12 2011

    Prof. David W. Opderbeck, Law, Neurobiology, and the Soul, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture “Radical Emancipation” Conference, University of Notre Dame.

  • November 11 2011

    Prof. Frank Pasquale, From Health Privacy to Medical Reputation: Invasive Profiling in Internet Time, Georgetown/Quello CTR Conference on Governance of Social Media.

  • November 11 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing Ordinary Users, Fordham IPLJ Symposium, Fordham Law School.

  • November 11 2011

    Prof. Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Justice Systems Circa 2011: Public Courts, Military Commissions, and Aggregate Processing, St. Louis Univ. School of Law.

  • November 11 2011

    Prof. Tara Adams Ragone, co-presenting Legal Ethics for the Health Care Lawyer, NJBA’S 2011 Health & Hospital Law Symposium, Seton Hall Law.

  • November 09 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, discussant on  Mike McConville’s book Criminal Justice in China, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

  • November 08 2011

    Prof. Wilfredo Caraballo, New Jersey TV (NJTV) on the impact of the new re-districting map on Latinos across New Jersey in light of today's statewide elections.

  • November 08 2011

    Prof. Solangel Maldonado, Protecting the Rights of Children, Exploring the American Family Conference, Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Hofstra University.

  • November 07 2011

    Prof. David W. Opderbeck, Think Like a Lawyer, Ask Questions Like a Geek, Practicing Law Institute, New York.

  • November 07 2011

    Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, panelist at China's Quest for Justice, Timothy A. Gelatt Dialogue on the Rule of Law in Asia, NYU Law School.

  • November 07 2011

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Religious and Ethnic Minorities in the Middle East, New York, City Bar’s Council on International Affairs.

  • November 05 2011

    Prof. David W. Opderbeck, Cyberterrorism as a Crime, NJIT Counter-Terrorism Symposium, Newark.

  • November 04 2011

    Frank Pasquale, The Political Economy of Internet Intermediary Law at Rutgers Institute for Information Policy & Law's Inaugural Conference on Information Policy and Modes of Innovation.

  • November 04 2011

    Prof. Marc R. Poirier, Did Dharun Ravi Commit a Bias Crime? at Empowering the Tribe: A Conference on LGBTI Issues, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

  • November 03 2011

    Prof. Frank Pasquale, commenting at The Law & Economics of Search Engines and Online Advertising sponsored by the Henry G. Manne Program in Law & Economics Studies, George Mason School of Law's Law & Economics Center.

  • November 03 2011

    Prof. Kristen E. Boon, International Law in a Time of Scarcity: A Case Study on Bluefin Tuna, ASIL Mid-year Research Forum, Los Angeles.

  • November 03 2011

    Prof. Marina Lao, The Google Books Settlement at the Research Roundtable on the Law & Economics of Search Engines and Social Advertising, George Mason Law School.

  • November 03 2011

    Prof. Stephen J. Lubben, Keynote Address (Resolution, Orderly and Otherwise), at American Bankruptcy Institute 8th Annual Corporate Restructuring Competition, The Wharton School.

  • November 03 2011

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, 9/11: Ten Years After, Columbia Law School.

  • November 03 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Incentivizing Ordinary Users, Research Seminar for Future Academics, NYU Law School.

  • November 02 2011

    Prof. Kristen E. Boon, appointed to Steering Committee of Jus Post Bellum Research Program at Leiden University.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Kristen E. Boon, International Law in a Time of Scarcity: A Case Study on Bluefin Tuna - IO Works in Progress Workshop, Tufts University.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Jordan Paradise, The Devil is in the Details: Health Care Reform, Biosimilars, and Implementation Challenges for FDA, at the Third Annual Pharmaceutical Reimbursement & Market Access Conference, Philadelphia.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Tara Adams Ragone, The Role of Competition in Integrated Delivery: ACO’s, Federal and State Antitrust Law, and the State Action Doctrine, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy Symposium.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. John V. Jacobi, Lessons from ACO Implementation in New Jersey, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy Symposium.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Kate Greenwood, Toward Evidence-Based Conflict of Interest Compliance Training for Physician-Investigators at Conflicts of Interest in Medicine: A National Symposium.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Angela C. Carmella, Religious Exemptions under the Obama Administration, Eighth Constitutional Law Conclave, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, Philadelphia.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. Lori A. Nessel, Keynote Speaker at the Ecole Supérieure Catholique De Droit De Jérémie Graduation, Haiti.

  • October 28 2011

    Prof. John Kip Cornwell, panelist at the Cynthia Stolman Memorial Lecture in Bioethics, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey.

  • October 27 2011

    Prof. Elizabeth Defeis, panelist on Psychological and Political Strategies for Peace Negotiation: A Cognitive Approach, United Nations.

  • October 25 2011

    Prof. Denis F. McLaughlin, Splintered Decision on Personal Jurisdiction Leaves Law Unsettled, 206 N. J. L. J. 218 (2011). 

  • October 25 2011

    Prof. Marina Lao, Resale Price Maintenance: A Reassessment of its Competitive Harms and Benefits, in More Common Ground For International Competition Law 59 (Josef Drexl et al, eds, Edward Elgar 2011).

  • October 21 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Donor Anonymity and Surrogacy, International Surrogacy Panel in International Law Association Meeting, Fordham Law School.

  • October 21 2011

    Prof. Elizabeth Defeis, The European Union and Accession to European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School.  

  • October 20 2011

    Prof. Kristen E. Boon, Regime Conflicts and the UN Security Council: Applying the Law of Responsibility, 42 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev.788 (2010).

  • October 20 2011

    Prof. Rachel D. Godsil, Invisible Men, Invisible Boys, at Open Society Foundation’s Campaign For Black Male Achievement.

  • October 19 2011

    Kristen E. Boon, Attribution in International Law, International Law Weekend.

  • October 18 2011

    Prof. Adam N. Steinman, Personal Jurisdiction for the Twenty-First Century: The Implications of McIntyre and Goodyear Dunlop Tires, University of South Carolina School of Law.

  • October 14 2011

    National Association of Women Judges Annual Conference, Seton Hall Law, October 14 and 15.

    Prof. Lori A. Nessel, panel on Prevention of Human Trafficking.

    Prof. Linda Fisher and Prof. Shavar D. Jeffries, panel on Foreclosure Crisis, Access to Education, Prisoner Reentry.

    Prof. Kevin B. Kelly and Prof. Jessica Miles, panel on Domestic Violence Issues.

    Prof. Lori A. Nessel and Prof. Margaret K. Lewis, panel on Immigration Considerations in Your Courtroom.

    Prof. Michael Risinger, panel on Daubert Issues.

  • October 07 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier, Brazilian Regularization of Title in Light of Moradia, Compared to United States Understandings of Homeownership and Homelessness: A Preliminary Framing, Latcrit Conference, San Diego.

  • October 05 2011

    Professor H. Kwasi Prempeh, Ordering the Postcolony: Constitutional Breaks, Continuities, and Hybrids-The African Case at a Conference on Order from Constitutional Transfer: Problems and Projects of Comparative Constitutional Studies, at Goethe University, Frankfurt.

  • October 05 2011

    Professor Linda Fisher, Foreclosures and Vacant Properties at Bellow Scholars Workshop and Clinical Law Review/NYU Writer's Workshop.

  • October 05 2011

    Professor Michael Risinger, Control of Forensic Science by Courts in America at the Jill Dando Institute for Forensic Science Research in London.

  • October 05 2011

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, The Role of the Social Psychology of Race in Law Reform: Implicit Bias, Stereotype Threat, and Racial Dehumanization, ACLU Legal Staff.

  • October 05 2011

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, guest blogging on Concurring Opinions this month.

  • September 28 2011

    Professor Michael Risinger, at the Royal Statistical Society, London, presenting at Young Statisticians Section, What Statisticians Can Do for Forensic Science and also commenting on Cedric Neumann’s Quantifying the Weight of Evidence for a Forensic Fingerprint Comparison: A New Paradigm during General Meeting.

  • September 26 2011

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, moderating a panel on Diverse Charter Schools: Can Racial and Socioeconomic Integration Promote Better Outcomes for Students?, Georgetown University Law Center.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, cited in Judge Kozinski’s dissent in Comite de Jornaleros v. City of Redondo Beach, 2011 WL 4336667 (en banc).

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Patent Law, Technological Dissemination and the Forgotten Non-Creative User, University of Virginia, Faculty Workshop.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor David W. Barnes, Computer Crimes Update, NJ Prosecutor's College, Atlantic City.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, Involuntary Creditors and Corporate Bankruptcy, European Law And Economics Annual Meeting, at University of Hamburg School of Business, Economics and Social Sciences.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, What 9/11 Changed, NJ Lawyers Chapter of the American Constitution Society.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, named Series Editor for the forthcoming Westlaw collection of Short and Happy Guides to the core curriculum.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, Definitions and Conceptions of Slave Ownership in Islamic Law at The Legal Parameters of Slavery: Historical to the Contemporary, Harvard Law School.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Kevin B. Kelly, Child Custody for the New Jersey Child Support Hearing Officer Program, Hughes Justice Complex.

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, Our Class Action Federalism: Erie and the Rules Enabling Act After Shady Grove, 86 Notre Dame L. REV. 1131 (2011).

  • September 22 2011

    Professor Kevin B. Kelly, appointed to the New Jersey State Bar Association Pro Bono Task Force: Closing the Justice Gap.

  • September 20 2011

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Career Development of Attorneys for Law Firms, co-sponsored by Pace University’s Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and Threshold Advisors, LLC.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Timothy P. Glynn, Taking the Employer Out of Employment Law? Accountability for Wage and Hour Violations in an Age of Enterprise Disaggregation, 15 EMP. RTS. & EMP. POL’Y J. 201 (2011).

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Mark C. Alexander, spoke at the Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants Orientation at Columbia University.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Guantanamo, Ten Years After at John Jay College.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Intensive Parenting, Social Networks and Children's Privacy at State Of The Family Symposium, University of Richmond School of Law.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Angela C. Carmella, Symbolic Religious Expression on Public Property: Implications for the Integrity of Religious Associations, 38 FLA. ST. U. L. REV. 481 (2011).

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Mark R. Poirier, “What Is This”? Practice and Law Practice, Contemplative Lawyers' Group, Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, To Say What the Law Is, Fourth Annual Workshop On Judges and Judging at American University.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Race and Racism in the Legal Profession, Cardozo Law School.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, presenting Theories of Attribution in International Law at the ICCLR General Conference in Ottawa.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Timothy P. Glynn, been appointed to the Test Development and Research Committee of the Law School Admission Council.

  • September 15 2011

    , delivered his Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture to the Office of the Governor’s Counsel, Trenton.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, The UN Security Council: The Most Powerful Organ in History, in the ABA’s Insights Magazine.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Plenary Panel Presentation. Patent Law, Technological Dissemination and the Forgotten Non-Creative User, 2011 Intellectual Property Law Scholars Conference.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Brian Lonegan, briefed the State Department's new Ambassador-Designate to Honduras, Lisa Kubiske, on legal and constitutional reform in the wake of the Honduran coup.

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Franzese, New Jersey Common Interest Communities: Predictors of Distress and an Agenda for Reform, 63 Rutgers L. Rev. 101 (2011).

  • September 15 2011

    Professor Franzese, Reclaiming the Promise of the Judicial Branch: Toward a More Meaningful Standard of Judicial Review as Applied to New York Eminent Domain Law, 38 Fordham Urban L.J. 1091 (2011).

  • July 28 2011

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Law, Neurobiology and the Soul," at the What is Life" conference, Centre of Theology and Philosophy, Krakow.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, Financial Institutions in Bankruptcy, 34 Seattle L. Rev. 1259 (2011) (solicited); Sales or Plans: A Comparative Account of the “New” Corporate Reorganization, 56 McGill L.J. 591 (2011)(co-authored with stephanie Ben-Ishal); Chapter 11 in Context: American and Dutch Business Bankruptcy, 85 Am. Bankr. L.J. 63 (2011) (co-authored with O. Couwenberg).

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, at a roundtable on Current Conditions for Human Rights Defenders and Lawyers in China, and Implications for U.S. Policy at the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, Washington.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Michael Simkovic, The Effects of Ownership and Stock Liquidity on the Timing of Repurchase Transactions, Stanford/Yale Jr Faculty Forum, Stanford Law School.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Marina Lao, Antitrust Challenges of Multi-Channel Distribution in the Internet Age at the American Antitrust Institute Symposium, Washington, DC.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, The Impact of Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity on the Diffusion of Artificial Reproductive Technologies, Health Law Professors conference, Loyola Chicago.

  • July 28 2011

    Tara Adams Ragone, Exploring Defenses to Section 1983 Litigation: Absolute/Qualified Immunity and Beyond, NJ Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Linda Fisher, Bellow Scholar Presentation on Foreclosures and Vacant Properties at the AALS Clinical Section Annual Meeting.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Stephen J. Lubben, Dodd-Frank Orderly Liquidation Authority and Ending “Too Big to Fail,” before the U.S. House of Representatives Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, Washington D.C.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Timothy P. Glynn, Taking the Employer out of Employment Law? Accountability for Wage and Hour Violations in an Age of Enterprise Disaggregation at the New York University 64th Annual Conference on Labor.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor H. Kwasi Prempeh, Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy, Washington, DC.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor H. Kwasi Prempeh, Discussant at Constitutional Design and Conflict Management in Africa, University of Antwerp.

  • July 28 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Privacy Issues Raised by Biometric Identification, at The Future is Now

  • July 27 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Fairness and Accountability for Search Engines, Capitol Hill Luncheon talk for TechFreedom.

  • July 27 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Pharma in the Hot Seat: New Challenges for Compliance, Seton Hall Corporate Compliance Program.

  • July 19 2011

    Professor Angela C. Carmella, Exemptions and the Establishment Clause, 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 1731 (2011).

  • July 19 2011

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, New Jersey Common Interest Communities: Predictors of Distress and an Agenda for Reform, 63 Rutgers L. Rev. 101 (2011).

  • July 19 2011

    Professor John B. Wefing, Two Cheers for the Appointment System, 56 Wayne L. Rev. 583(2010).

  • July 19 2011

    Professor Jordan Paradise, The Devil is in the Details: Health Care Reform, Biosimilars, and Implementation Challenges for the Food and Drug Administration, 51 Jurimetrics 280-292 (Spring 2011).

  • July 19 2011

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Follow-On Biologics: Implementation Challenges and Opportunities, 41 Seton Hall Law Review 501-509 (2011).

  • July 11 2011

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, panelist on Engaging Students in Cross-Border Investigations of Human Rights Conditions: Challenges and Opportunities at the Global Access to Justice Education Conference, Valencia.

  • June 17 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Privacy Issues Raised by Biometric Identification, at The Future is Now Roundtable sponsored by the Open Society Policy Center.

  • June 16 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, The Potential Costs and Benefits of Search Regulation, Conference on The Law and Economics of Search Engines and Online Advertising, George Mason Law & Economics Center.

  • June 15 2011
  • June 14 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Fairness and Accountability for Search Engines, Capitol Hill Luncheon talk for TechFreedom.

  • June 13 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Pharma in the Hot Seat: New Challenges for Compliance, Seton Hall Corporate Compliance Program.

  • June 08 2011

    Professor Prempeh, How (Not) to Write an African Constitution: Reflections on Ghana's Current Constitutional Review at the National Endowment for Democracy.

  • June 06 2011

    Professors Kathleen M. Boozang, Carl H. Coleman and Kate Greenwood published An Argument against Embedding Conflicts of Interest Disclosures in Informed Consent, J. Health & Life Sciences L. June 2011, 230-267.

  • June 06 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon at Law & Society Conference in San Francisco: Discussant on Regulating Entrepreneurs panel, June 3rd, Presenting Addressing Gaps in the Dodd-Frank Act: Directors’ Risk Management Oversight Obligation, June 3rd, Moderator for New Corporate Governance: Investors and Other Players on June 4th.

  • June 06 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, nominated as a Rising Star of Corporate Governance by the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier to judge the National LGBT Bar Association Student Writing Competition in June.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Carl H. Coleman, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Public Health Measures in TB Control, at the WHO Workshop on the Ethics of Tuberculosis Prevention, Care, and Control, Beijing.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Michael Risinger, The Nature of Expertise and Judicial Approaches to Its Control, Scottish Universities Insight Institute Programme on the Scots Law of Evidence, Glasgow.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Shavar D. Jeffries discusses Education Reform in Newark at the Newark Regional Business Partnership.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, panelist on Tenure and Scholarship at the Emerging Immigration Law Scholars Conference, American University School of Law.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, The Impact of Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity on the Diffusion of Artificial Reproductive Technologies, Colloquium on Health Law and Society, Haifa University School of Law.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon, Islam and Democracy at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Marina Lao, “Free-Riding”: A Post-Leegin Antitrust Analysis, 14 J. Internet L. 1 (2011).

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier commenting on David Delaney, Nomospheric Investigations: The Spatial, the Legal and the Pragmatics of World-Making (2010), Law and Society, San Francisco.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein Commentator, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier Hate Crimes and Narratives of Community, Law and Society, San Francisco.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein The Impact of Prohibitions on Gamete Donor Anonymity on the Diffusion of Artificial Reproductive Technologies, Emerging Family Law Conference, Hastings Law School.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor David W. Opderbeck Cybersecurity and Computer Crimes to Essex County Public Defender's Office.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz Terrorism as War: Increasing State Power and Diminishing Individual Rights, 8th Global Conference, War and Peace: Protecting the Boundaries, Warsaw.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Maya Grosz Reaching the Millennials Through Experiential Learning at the Empire State Legal Writing Conference.

  • June 02 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, New Directions in Responsibility: Assessing the International Law Commission’s Draft Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations, Yale J. Int’l L. Online.

  • May 02 2011

    Prof. Bernard K. Freamon , Islamic Law and Slavery in the Indian Ocean World: The Evolution of an Imperial Fiqh at Enslavement, Bondage and the Environment in the Indian Ocean World, McGill University, Apr. 30th.

  • May 02 2011

    Prof. Marc R. Poirier , Stop, Look, and Listen – But Especially, Stop!, New York City Bar Association Contemplative Lawyers Group, Apr. 28th.

  • May 02 2011

    Prof. Carl H. Coleman, Ethics in Global Public Health, at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, May 9th.

  • May 02 2011

    Prof. Carl H. Coleman, Ethical Considerations on Oral Cholera Vaccine Use During Crisis at the WHO expert meeting, Integrated Response to Cholera Outbreaks in Large Humanitarian Crises, Geneva, May 6th.

  • May 02 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein Disseminating Technology, The Laws of Technology and the Technology of Law, Griffith University, Australia, May 3rd.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Lori A. Nessel, Protection Gaps and Responses: Challenges and Opportunities, Center for International Human Rights, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Apr. 27th.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Charles A. Sullivan published Plausibly Pleading Employment Discrimination, 52 Will. & Mary L. Rev. 1613 (2011).

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Bryan Lonegan has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Edward A. Hartnett, Taming Twombly: An Update After Matrixx, Symposium on Access to Justice, Institute for Law and Economic Policy, Miami, Apr. 8th.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, 2011 Roundtable Discussant, Symposium on Privacy, Autonomy and Personal Genetic Information in the Digital Age, Harvard, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Alice Ristroph, Symposium on Human Dignity and the Criminal Law, University of Minnesota Law School, Apr. 14-15th. 

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Elizabeth Defeis, The United Nations and Women – A Critique, 17 Will. & Mary J. Women & L. 295 (2011).

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein, Disseminating Technology at Brooklyn Law School, Intellectual Property Colloquium, Apr. 11th.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Tracy Kaye, Comparative Territoriality, Critical Tax Conference, Santa Clara Law School, Apr. 9th.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Elizabeth Defeis, Women and International Law, Rule of Law Conference, US Military Academy, Apr. 7th.

  • April 30 2011

    Prof. Alice Ristroph, Panel on the Constitution in 2020: The Future of Progressive Constitutional Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Apr. 7th.

  • April 22 2011

    Professor Lori A. Nessel panelist, Cutting off the Flow: Extra-Territorial Controls to Prevent Migration Symposium, Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity and Diversity, UC Berkeley, April 22, 2011

  • April 16 2011

    Professor Bryan Lonegan, Is It a Good Idea for the Federal Government to Saddle the Business Sector with the Burden of Keeping Unauthorized Aliens out of the Workforce?, Leon Hess Business School of Monmouth University, April 5th.

  • April 16 2011

    Professor Bryan Lonegan, Immigrant Justice and Popular Conversation; How Can We Do Better?, Drew University, Mar. 28th.

  • April 16 2011

    Bryan Lonegan, Panelist Comprehensive Immigration Reform at the 11th Annual NJICLE Immigration Conference, Newark Club, Mar.16th.

  • April 16 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman amicus brief in Dukes v. Wal-Mart given a shout-out by the New York Times.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Tracy A. Kaye, Comparative Territoriality, Critical Tax Conference, Santa Clara Law School, April 9th.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, Applying the Law of Responsibility in Collective Security Situations, Vanderbilt Law School, Roundtable on International Organizations, Nashville, Apr. 8th.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Lori Nessel, Disposable Workers? Applying a Human Rights Framework to Analyze Duties Owed to Seriously Injured or Ill Migrants, Globalization and Migration Symposium, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Apr. 6-8th.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Jordan Paradise, on Sottera v. FDA, at the Food & Drug Law Institute’s 54th Annual Conference, D.C, Apr. 6th.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, panelist on Constitution 2020: The Impact of Heightened Pleading Standards, American Constitution Society panel at Brooklyn Law School, Apr. 4th.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, panelist on Hooligans at the Conference on Criminal Justice and Taiwan's Constitutional Court, NYU Law School and National Taiwan University, NYC, April 1-2nd.

  • April 04 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Detention and Treatment of Terrorism Suspects: Securing Human Rights and Accountability, Federal Policy Briefing by Int’l Human Rights Funders Group, Washington, D.C., Mar. 30th.

  • March 21 2011

    Prof. Gaia Bernstein published Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Gatekeeping the Production of Genetic Information, 79 UMKC L. Rev. 1.

  • March 21 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman signed on to a Supreme Court amicus brief filed by Administrative Law and Civil Procedure Professors in Pliva, Inc. v. Mensing involving federal preemption of state-law tort claims involving generic drugs.

  • March 21 2011

    Professor Bernard K. Freamon appointed Co-Rapporteur of the Islamic Law Committee of the American Branch of the International Law Association.

  • March 21 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon joined other Securities Regulations Professors in a Comment to the SEC on Dodd-Frank’s effect on extraterritorial application of anti-fraud provisions under Section 10(b).

  • March 21 2011

    Professor Lori A. Nessel , moderating Comprehensive Immigration Reform at the 11th Annual NJICLE Immigration Conference, Newark Club, Mar. 16th

  • March 21 2011

    Professor Kristin E. Boon commented on Professor Frank Partnoy’s Abraham L. Pomerantz Lecture, Don’t Blink: Snap Decisions and Securities Regulation, Brooklyn Law School, Mar. 15th

  • March 20 2011

    Professor Lori A. Nessel, a panelist on Asylum Reform at Redefining Borders: Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the United States, Rutgers-Newark Law School, March 4th.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Timothy P. Glynn and Professor Charles A. Sullivan were among those signing onto Professor Adam Steinman’s brief in Dukes v. Wal-Mart.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Adam N. Steinman, co-authored an amicus brief in Dukes v. Wal-Mart, the employment discrimination class action case before the Supreme Court.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Mark C. Alexander, joins 14 other “Professors of Constitutional and Election Law” in filing an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in its currently pending Arizona campaign reform case.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier, Hate Crimes and the Narration of Community at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities 14th Annual Meeting at UNLV Law School, Mar. 11th.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Morrell Political Theory Workshop, University of York, Mar. 8th.

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Criminal Law for Humans Legal and Political Theory Forum, London School of Economics, Mar. 7th.

  • March 06 2011
  • March 06 2011

    Professor Jordan Paradise, Recommendations for Oversight of Nanobiotechnology: Dynamic Oversight for Complex and Convergent Technology, J.Nanoparticle Res. DOI: 10.1007/s11051-011-0233-2 (with Ramachandran & Wolf).

  • March 06 2011

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Third Wave Legal Moralism, 42 Ariz. St. L. J. 1151 (2010/2011).

  • March 05 2011

    Professor Timothy P. Glynn and Sarah Waldeck, How Ranking Systems Undermine the Goals of No Child Left Behind, Conference of the Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Meeting at Georgetown Law School, Mar. 5th.

  • March 05 2011

    Professor Marc R. Poirier, Brazilian Moradia and American Homeownership: Reflections in Light of Rio de Janeiro's Regularization of Title Program at the Conference of the Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Meeting at Georgetown Law School, Mar. 5th.

  • March 05 2011

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Cybersecutiry and Executive Power, Internet Law Scholars Conference, Santa Clara Law School, Mar. 5th.

  • March 05 2011

    Professor Michael Risinger Context Bias, before the American Society of Forensic Odontologists at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting, Chicago, Feb. 22nd.

  • March 04 2011

    Professor Linda Fischer, The Links Between the Foreclosure Process and Vacant Urban Properties at the Conference of the Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Meeting at Georgetown Law School, Mar. 4th.

  • March 03 2011

    Professor Rachel D. Godsil, Implicit Bias in the Courtroom at the UCLA Program on Understanding Law, Science, and Evidence, Mar. 3rd-4th.

  • March 03 2011

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Roundtable: Female Genital Cutting After the AAP's Retracted Statement: Ethical Considerations and Human Rights, Harvard Law School, Mar. 3rd.

  • March 02 2011
  • February 28 2011

    Professor David W. Opderbeck, Cybersecurity and Executive Power, Brooklyn Law School Intellectual Property Colloquium, Feb. 28th

  • February 27 2011
    Professor John Coverdale interviewed on Bookmark on EWTN TV about Putting Down Roots.

    Sunday, February 27th at 9:30AM and 11:30PM

    Monday, February 28th at 5:00AM

    Wednesday, March 2nd at 5:30PM

  • February 26 2011

    Professor Kate Greenwood, Preventive Medicine: A Constitutional Defense of the FDA's Wholesale Regulation of Prescription Drug Promotion at Marketing Health at Boston University, Feb. 26th.

  • February 26 2011

    Margaret K. Lewis, Commercial Speech and Off-Label Drug Use: Untangling the Significance of Wide Acceptance at Marketing Health at Boston University, Feb. 26th.

  • February 25 2011

    Professor Kristen E. Boon, Non-State Actors in the International System at a panel on Accountability for International Organizations in Global Governance, Yale Law School, Feb. 25th.

  • February 25 2011

    Professor Paula A. Franzese, Ethics and Civility: Attorney Matters at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Feb. 25th.

  • February 25 2011

    Stephen J. Lubben, Bankruptcy as Bailout, at Comparative Approaches to Systemic Risk and Resolution Symposium, Brooklyn Law School, Feb. 25th.

  • February 24 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, Guantánamo Without End, Cravath, Swaine, & Moore Constitution Project, Panel Discussion, Feb. 24th.

  • February 22 2011

    Professor John V. Jacobi, Navigating Vaccination Policy in New Jersey, Bergen Record, Feb. 22nd

  • February 22 2011

    Professor Michael Risinger Context Bias, before the American Society of Forensic Odontologists at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences annual meeting, Chicago, Feb. 22nd.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Kathleen Boozang and Carl Coleman present Lessons Learned from U.S. Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Enforcement and Compliance Programs at the European Health Compliance Ethics & Regulation Programme, co-sponsored by Seton Hall Law School and Sciences Po, Paris, Feb. 21st.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Baher Azmy, Unsettled Foundations, Uncertain Results: 9/11 and the Law, 10 Years After, Rutgers Law Review Symposium.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Kathleen Boozang, Carl Coleman & Kate Greenwood, The Limits of Disclosure as a Response to Financial Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Research, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy Whitepaper.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor John Jacobi, New Jersey Public Health Law, at Public Health Law and Science: A Seminar for Judges, at the New York Judicial Institute, Feb. 10th.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Stephen Lubben, Examining Chapter 11 Cost, at Big-Case Bankruptcy Empirical Research Agenda, UCLA School of Law, Feb. 11th.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, 9/11 and the Legal Landscape at Wayne State University School of Law, Law Review Symposium, Feb. 4.

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Denis McLaughlin published Significant Amendments to the Federal Rules on Expert Witness Discovery and Summary Judgement, 203 N.J.L.J. 242 (2011).

  • February 19 2011

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Sins of Their Fathers: The Impact of Race, Poverty, and "Illegitimate" Status on Nonmarital Children, UCLA Law School, Feb. 23rd.

  • February 16 2011

    Professor Carl Coleman and David Opderbeck will be teaching at the Executive Course on Intellectual Property, Diplomacy, and Global Public Health, co-sponsored by Seton Hall and the Global Health Programme of the Graduate Institute of International and Developmental Studies, in Geneva, Feb. 16-18th.

  • February 11 2011

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Illegitimate Harm: Law, Stigma, and Discrimination against Nonmarital Children, at the University of Tulsa, College of Law Faculty Colloquy, Feb. 11th.

  • February 11 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Disseminating Technology, at the Work in Progress in Intellectual Property Conference at Boston University, Feb. 11th.

  • February 11 2011

    Professor Paula Franzese and Professor Rachel Godsil present at Fordham Urban Law Journal's Symposium, Taking New York: The Challenges, Opportunities, and Dangers Posed by Eminent Domain Use in New York, Feb. 11th.

  • February 09 2011

    Professor Denis McLaughlin’s Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE lecture:

    Lincroft – February 9th

    Newark – February 16th

    Cherry Hill - March 8th

    Edison - March 16th

    Trenton – April 19th

  • February 08 2011

    Professor Tracy Kaye chaired the Teaching Taxation panel, Tax Policy Responses to the Current Economic Client and the Long Term Fiscal Crisis, at the ABA Midyear Tax Section meeting.

  • February 06 2011

    Professor Bryan Lonegan, Sinners or Saints?: Child Soldiers and the Persecutor Bar to Asylum after Negusie v. Holder, 31 B.C. Third World L.J. 71 (2011).

  • February 06 2011

    Professor Angela Carmela, Religion-Free Environments in Common Interest Communities, 38 Pepperdine L. Rev. 57 (2010).

  • February 06 2011

    Professor Marina Lao edited a symposium on the Effect of Economic Crises on Antitrust Policy, 77 Antitrust L.J. 213 et seq. (2010), and published an Editor's Note, at 213.

  • February 06 2011

    Professor Denis McLaughlin published the 2010 Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law.

  • February 03 2011

    The Last Resort Exoneration Project Launch Reception, Thursday, 2/3 at 5:30 p.m.

  • February 03 2011

    Professor Margaret Lewis, The Role of Law in China's Strained "Harmonious Society" for the Oregon World Affairs Council, Northwest China Council, and University of Oregon.

  • January 27 2011

    Professor John Wefing speaks about Justice Hughes at:
    The Sussex Bar Association on Jan. 31st
    The Bergenfield Library on Feb. 1st
    The Morris County Bar Association on Feb. 16th

  • January 27 2011

    Professor Brenda Saunders appointed to the Law School Advisory Board for the Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel.

  • January 27 2011

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz published Habeas Corpus after 9/11: Confronting America's New Global Detention System, NYU Press (2011).

  • January 21 2011

    Professor Stephen Lubben, The Risks Of Fractured Resolution - Finance And Bankruptcy, at Adolf A. Berle, Jr. Center on Corporations, Law and Society Annual Symposium, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, Washington.

  • January 18 2011

    Professor Jordan Paradise and Professor Carl Coleman provide travel tips in The New York Times, Before Trip, Make Plans for a Dearth of Medicine.

  • January 12 2011

    Professor Thomas Healy presents The House of Truth: How Oliver Wendell Holmes Changed His Mind – and Changed the History of Free Speech in America, Pace Law School.

  • January 11 2011

    Professors Stephen Lubben and Michael Simkovic at the World Bank Insolvency and Creditor/Debtor Regimes Task Force meeting.

  • January 09 2011

    Professor Margaret Lewis quoted in the Jan. 9th Los Angeles Times regarding an Orange County businessman who is not being allowed to leave China without resolving a contract dispute.

  • January 08 2011

    Professor Marina Lao speaks at the American Bar Association Antitrust Section Program, January 8-12, 2011.

  • January 05 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, presents "Genetic Testing" at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, January 5-8, 2011.

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Adam Steinman authored a Supreme Court amicus brief on behalf of law professors in J. McIntyre Machinery, Ltd. v. Nicastro. 

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Linda Fisher named Bellow Scholar by the AALS Clinical Section for her empirical research project on New Jersey foreclosures.

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Adam Steinman authored an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court on personal jurisdiction.

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Frank Pasquale was elected to the Executive Board of the Health Section by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Erik Lillquist was elected Secretary of the Evidence Section by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).

  • January 01 2011

    Professor Gaia Bernstein was elected Treasurer of the Privacy Section by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).

  • December 11 2010

    Professor Franzese presents Government Ethics: Reform of State and Local Government, Marino Institute, Newark Museum.

  • November 24 2010

    Professor Coleman presents "Developing a Conceptual Model for Assessing the Outcomes of Research Ethics Review" at the 10th annual meeting of the Forum for Ethical Review Committees in Asia and the Western Pacific in Shanghai, China. He also leads a roundtable discussion soliciting feedback on draft WHO guidelines on research ethics review.

  • November 22 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis on Tiananmen Square

  • November 22 2010

    Professor Franzese presents "Attorney Ethics" to Bergen County Prosecutors Office.

  • November 16 2010

    Professor Franzese presents "The Promise of Good Government: Reclaiming the Public Trust" at the Plenary Session of NJ League of Municipalities Annual Conference in Atlantic City.

  • November 11 2010

    Prof. Lubben presents "Bankruptcy, the Constitution, and Government Controlled Corporations," at The Constitution in the Financial Crisis Symposium of the Constitutional Law Center, Stanford Law School.

  • November 10 2010

    Professor Brenda Saunders Hampden publishes "Stony the Road We Trod: Reflections on 50 Years After the Sit-Ins" 18 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 3 (2010), discussing her personal experiences in North Carolina in the early days of the Civil Rights Movement.

  • November 06 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis leads a roundtable discussion on "Human Rights and the Fulbright Experience" at the Conference of the Fulbright Association in Buenos Aires.

  • November 05 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, speaker at a symposium on Actual Innocence procedures. The title of his presentation is The Trawl Search Problem in Common Eyewitness Identification Procedures.

  • November 05 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese presents Ethics Reform: Charting a New Course" at the National Conference of State Inspectors' General.

  • October 28 2010

    Kathleen M. Boozang, "A New Pathway to Market for Biosimilars", 4 J. Health & Life Sci. L. 121 (2010) (with Toffenetti).

  • October 28 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein presents "The Impact of Prohibiting Donor Anonymity on the Diffusion of ART" at Albany Law School's Symposium on Genetics and Assisted Reproductive Technology.

  • October 21 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis on Chinese legal reforms.

  • October 21 2010

    Professor Hafetz, panelist on a live, web-based seminar entitled "Extending the Front Line: The Use of Force in International Law", sponsored by Harvard University's Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research. The seminar attracts several hundred professionals from around the world.

  • October 20 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger addresses the New York Bar Association Program on Litigating Forensic Evidence in the New York Courts, in New York City.

  • October 14 2010

    Professor Malhotra, speaker at Northeastern Law School on "Beyond National Security: Immigrant Communities and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights," sponsored by the Northeastern's Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy Institute and the Ford Foundation.

  • October 14 2010

    Professor Anjana Malhotra, a speaker at Northeastern Law School in an institute entitled "Beyond National Security: Immigrant Communities and Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights," sponsored by the Northeastern's Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy Institute and the Ford Foundation

  • October 11 2010

    Professor Nessel, panelist for a program at Hofstra Law School, Does Arizona Senate Bill 1070 Violate the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution?

  • October 08 2010

    Professor Adam Steinman presents his forthcoming article "Our Class Action Federalism" at the Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop in Chicago.

  • October 08 2010

    Prof. Steinman quoted in the story "Scalia Stays $241 Million Tabacco Judgment", issue of BNA's Class Action Litigation Report (11 BNA CLASSLR 886).

  • October 05 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, amongst a distinguished group of panelists speaks at Honoring Maria Montessori: The Positive Power of Italian Women in Education at The Consulate General of Italy, New York.

  • October 05 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Direct to Consumer DNA Kits at the International Bar Association Annual Meeting

  • October 05 2010

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panelist at The Response: In Search of Truth and Justice at Guantánamo, Association of the Bar of the City of New York

  • October 04 2010

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, commentator at the Winston Lord Roundtable on Asia, the Rule of Law, and U.S. Foreign Policy at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City. The topic is Law and Taiwan's Democratic Development.

  • October 02 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben, Sales or Plans: A Comparative Account of the "New" Corporate Reorganization, at The Canadian Law and Economics Association, University of Toronto.

  • October 01 2010

    Professor Marian Lao, Resale Price Maintenance: The Internet Phenomenon and Free Rider Issues, 55 Antitrust Bull. 473 (2010)

  • September 28 2010

    Professor McDowell publishes "Capital Punishment and Corporal Punishment in the California Gold Mines," in Gordon Bakken, ed., Invitation to an Execution: A History of the Death Penalty in the United States.

  • September 24 2010

    Professor Kaye chairs panel on "U.S. and Foreign Taxation of Employee Stock Options." ABA Section of Taxation, Fall 2010 meeting, Toronto.

  • September 23 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, Criminal Justice Reform In China, University of Tennessee College of Law Faculty Colloquium.

  • September 09 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben in CNNMoney.com/Fortune Magazine on Bankruptcy Costs and Fees as Lehman Bros. Expected to Hit $2 Billion

  • September 01 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, In the Shadow of Innovation, 31 Cardozo L. Rev. 2257 (2010).

  • July 20 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye published The Regulation of Corporate Tax Shelters in the United States, 58 Am. J. Comp. L. 585 (2010)

  • July 20 2010

    Professor Edward Hartnett named to the Lawyers Advisory Committee to the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey and to the Lawyers Advisory Committee to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

  • July 20 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Direct to Consumer Genetic Testing at the FDA Meeting on Oversight of Laboratory Developed Tests, July 20th 

  • July 12 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph’s article, How (not) to Think Like a Punisher featured on Jotwell, July 12th

  • July 07 2010

    Professor John Jacobi, The Mental Health Conundrum at the AMERICAN HEALTH LAWYERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING in Seattle, June 28th

  • July 07 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Direct Taxation in the European Union: Past Trends and Future Developments in 16 ILSA J. INT’ & COMP. L. 423 (2010)

  • July 01 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben published The Bankruptcy Code Without Safe Harbors, 84 Am. Bankr. L.J 123 (2010).

  • July 01 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein published Regulating Reproductive Technologies: Timing, Uncertainty and Donor Anonymity, 90 B.U. L. Rev. 1189 (2010)

  • July 01 2010

    Professor Kristen Boon, on the Program Committee for the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law. 

  • July 01 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Direct Taxation in the European Union: Past Trends and Future Developments in 16 ILSA J. Int’ & Comp. L. 423 (2010)

  • June 28 2010

    Professor John Jacobi, The Mental Health Conundrum at the American Health Lawyers Association annual meeting in Seattle, June 28th

  • June 22 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, guest blogging on Prawfsblawg during July.

  • June 22 2010

    Professor John Wefing, Governor Hughes, before the Passaic Bar, June 29th.

  • June 22 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, elected as a Fellow to the American College of Tax Counsel.

  • June 09 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Responsibility to Protect and Sovereignty at St. John’s program in Rome.

  • June 08 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, Discussant/Commentator at the launch Framing the State in Times of Transition: Case Studies in Constitution Making at the U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington, D.C.

  • June 08 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, Supreme Court Update at the National Disability Rights Network in Los Angeles, June 8th.

  • June 05 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, speaker, Association of Ghanaian Lawyers in America (NY) on Reforming the Ghana Constitution.

  • June 04 2010

    Professor Solangel Maldonado presenter, Illegitimate Harm: Law, Stigma, and Discrimination Against Children at the International Society of Family Law and Midwest Family Law Consortium Conference

  • June 04 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, panelist, Cutting Edge Issues and moderated Ethics and Forensics at the ABA Section on Criminal Justice's Conference on Forensic Science at Fordham.

  • June 04 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, Ethical Obligations, Duties and Pitfalls at Columbia’s Conference on Ethics And Domestic Human Rights Lawyering

  • June 04 2010

    Seton Hall Law at the 33rd Annual American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics Health Law Professors Conference at University of Texas, June 4th and 5th.

    Friday, June 4, 2010

    John Jacobi, Mental Health Courts: Accommodation and Subordination

    Jordan Paradise, Current Legal Status of Follow-on Biologics

    Saturday, June 5, 2010

    Frank Pasquale, The Growing Tension between Privacy and Trade Secrecy in Electronic Health Records

    Tim Greaney, Market Structure and Competitive Interactions Under Health Reform

    Kathleen Boozang, Update on Nonprofit and Tax Exemption Law

    Kate Greenwood, Legal and Regulatory Solutions to the Problem of Unknown but Knowable Maternal-Fetal Medication Risk

  • June 03 2010

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, presenter, Race & the Marriage Market, Law's Influence on Romantic Preferences at the Emerging Family Law Scholars and Teachers Conference.

  • June 02 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, presenter, Over-Parenting at the Emerging Family Law Scholars and at the International Society Family Law Conference, both at UMKC School of Law.

  • June 01 2010

    Professor Kristin Johnson, guest blogging on Concurring Opinions this month.

  • May 30 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, speaker, Authoritarian Continuities in Africa's Constitutional Democracies at Law and Society.

  • May 27 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, presenter, Is Buddhism a Religion? And does this Matter to Legal Practitioners? at Law and Society.

  • May 25 2010

    Professors Kevin Kelly and Jessica Miles, trainers on Expert Witnesses at Legal Services of New Jersey.

  • May 25 2010

    Professor Lori Nessel, presenter, The Practice of Medical Repatriation: The Privatization of Immigration Enforcement and Denial of Human rights at the Immigration Law Professors Conference

  • May 20 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, panelist, Lewis v. Harris: The Rocky Road to Marriage Equality at the State Bar Convention.

  • May 17 2010

    Professor Frank Pasquale, speaker, Data Sensor Networks to The National Academy of Sciences Committee on Science, Technology, and Law, May 17th - 18th, 2010.

  • May 16 2010

    Professor Margret Lewis, speaker, Conference on The Comparative Study of East Asian Criminal Penalty Systems at the College of Criminal Law Science, Beijing Normal University.

  • May 14 2010

    Professor John Wefing taped Power and Politics with Jim McQueeny on Channel 12.

  • May 14 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein is continuing guest blogging on Concurring Opinions in May.

  • May 13 2010

    Professor Bernard Freamon, speaker, Slavery and Human Trafficking at the Rotary Club of Jersey City.

  • May 13 2010

    Professor Lori Nessel, lecturer, Clinical Legal Theory at the University of Valencia Law School in Spain.

  • May 13 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, presenter, on Civility Matters at the Annual Rutgers University Governmental Association Educational Forum.

  • May 12 2010

    Professor Lori Nessel, keynote speaker, inaugural conference on New Law Clinics at the University of Valencia Law School in Spain.

  • May 11 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, Restoring the Public Trust was cited by the Appellate Division in CWA v. Christie, a recent decision on pay-to-play for unions.

  • May 11 2010

    Professor Charles Sullivan, The Puzzling Persistence of Unenforceable Contract Terms, 70 Ohio St. L.J. 1129 (2009).

  • May 11 2010

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, presenter, Identity Property, Inheritance and the Rejection of Tenancies in Common at the Notre Dame Faculty Workshop.

  • May 11 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, presenter, Civility Matters at the Connecticut Governmental Accounting and Auditing Conference.

  • May 10 2010

    Professor John Wefing, speaker, Hudson Inn of Court.

  • May 07 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, presenter, The Year in Review at the ABA Real Property and Trust & Estates Annual Meeting.

  • May 07 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben, presenter, Sales or Plans: A Comparative Account of the "New" Corporate Reorganization, at American Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting in Princeton.

  • May 07 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Chair, Teaching Taxation panel on The Good, the Bad, and the Inconsistent: An Analysis of Education Tax Policy.

  • May 06 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Keynote speaker, Facing the Uncertainties of Accounting for Tax Uncertainties at Tax Bridge to Practice In

  • May 04 2010

    Professor John Wefing, speaker, Law Day for the bench and bar of Burlington County.

  • April 29 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, presenter, Ethics Reform at the 26th Annual Joint Patent Practice Seminar.

  • April 28 2010

    Professor Carl Coleman, presenter, Ethical Issues in Global Public Health at the Graduate Institute of International & Development Studies in Geneva.

  • April 27 2010

    Professor Bryan Lonegan, participant, Expert workshop on The United States and Gender, National Security, and Counter-Terrorism at New York University.

  • April 27 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, panelist, Should We Look Beyond the First Amendment to Other Constitutional Principles? at the Brennan Centers Symposium on Money, Politics & The Constitution: Building a New Jurisprudence.

  • April 23 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph, presenter, Responsibility for the Criminal Law at the New Voices in Legal Theory roundtable at St. Louis University.

  • April 22 2010

    Professor Marina Lao, moderator/session chair, The Impact of Economic Crises on Antitrust Policy at the ABA's 58th Antitrust Law Annual Meeting, April 22nd.

  • April 22 2010

    Professor Ronald Riccio, moderator, The First Amendment for John Stossel's show on the Fox Network; the panel featured Seton Hall law students and discussed a wide range of issues; taping took place on April 22nd for broadcast later.

  • April 22 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, keynote speaker, The Anatomy of Ethics Reform at the NJ Gift Planning Council Annual Meeting.

  • April 22 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, speaker, Not Again! Facing the Challenge of the Moment for Legal Practitioners before the Contemplative Lawyers Group of the City of New York.

  • April 20 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, presenter, What's in a Student/Faculty Ratio? at Columbia University.

  • April 16 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, contributor, Congressman Rodino's Contributions to Immigrant Health Care to the Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health

  • April 16 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, appointed to the New Jersey Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards.

  • April 16 2010

    Professor Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Guantanamo and the Law at the Guantanamo and International Human Rights Conference at NYU.

  • April 16 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, presenter, Responsibility to Protect-Strategies for Implementation at the 2010 Spring Meeting of the ABA Section of International Law.

  • April 16 2010

    Professor Kristin Johnson, panelist, From Wall Street to Our Doorstep at the 6th Annunal Policy Conference at the Harvard Kennedy School, April 16th

  • April 15 2010

    Professor Jordan Paradise, presenter, Consensus Recommendations at Governing Nanobiotechnology: Reinventing Oversight in the 21st Century at the University of Minnesota.

  • April 14 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, review, David T. Johnson & Franklin E. Zimring, The Next Frontier: National Development, Political Change, and the Death Penalty in Asia in 12 Punishment and Society No. 1

  • April 14 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, participant, The Legal Profession: An Elite Factory? Evaluating Proposals to Address Disparities in Legal Representation at the Modern American's Fifth Annual Founders' Day at American University.

  • April 13 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, presenter, The Exclusionary Rule in China at Columbia Law School's Colloquium on Chinese Law and Society.

  • April 12 2010

    Professors Mark Denbeaux and Jonathan Hafetz, panelists, The Response: In Search of Truth and Justice - Telling the Story of Guantanamo at Yale University.

  • April 10 2010

    Professor Tracy Kaye, presenter, Tax Disclosure at the Critical Tax Conference 2010 at St. Louis University.

  • April 09 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, opening speaker, Regulation Difficulties with Trade and Intellectual Property at Rutgers Law School's Symposium on Human and Economic Dimensions of the Law in Asia.

  • April 07 2010

    Professor Jordan Paradise published Nanobiotechnology and the FDA in the Food and Drug Law Institute's Update Magazine (March/April 2010)

  • April 07 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben published Accidental Convergence: Corporate Reorganization in Two Federal Systems, 26 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. 33(2009)

  • April 07 2010

    Professor Stephen Lubben published Chapter 11 and Systemic Risk, 82 Temp. L. Rev. 433 (2009)

  • April 07 2010

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, speaker, Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law lecture, N.J. Attorney General's Advocacy Institute.

  • April 07 2010

    Professor Bernard Freamon, elected to the American Law Institute.

  • April 06 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, The Exclusionary rule in China at Marquette Law School as part of our Junior Scholar's Exchange.

  • April 05 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, published a chapter, Presidential Power in Democratization in Africa: Progress and Retreat (published jointly by Johns Hopkins University Press and the Journal of Democracy).

  • April 05 2010

    Profesor Baher Azmy, Detention, Boumediene, and the New Common Law of Habeas, 95 IOWA L. REV. 445 (2010). He was also featured on the Iowa Law Review Bulletin with a response from Stephen Vladeck.

  • April 01 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, guest blogging on Concurring Opinions.

  • April 01 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Guest Blogging on Concurring Opinions.

  • March 31 2010

    Professor Baher Azmy, panel member for a program co-sponsored by the Bar Association of the City of New York and Columbia Law School on Obama and the War on Terror.

  • March 31 2010

    Professor Mark Noferi, Immigration Issues at Striving For Economic Justice: Poverty, Minority Rights, and Legal Advocacy.

  • March 29 2010

    Professor Anjana Marlhorta, Local Law Enforcement of Immigration Laws at South Asian In America: An (Immigrant) Dream Deferred at American University.

  • March 27 2010

    Professor Margaret K. Lewis, panel member, Democratizing Democracy: Politics of Social Movements in Contemporary Taiwan at the Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting.

  • March 27 2010

    Professor Bernard Freamon, panel member, Islam and Human Rights in Africa at the Annual Meeting of the ASIL in Washington.

  • March 27 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, panel member, Should We Look Beyond the First Amendment to Other Constitutional Principles? at the Brennan Centers Symposium on Money, Politics & The Constitution: Building a New Jurisprudence.

  • March 26 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Disestablishing the Family at the University of Toronto Legal Theory Workshop.

  • March 26 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, panel member, Law, the Economy, and Corruption at the 2010 Africa Economic Forum held at Columbia Law School.

  • March 26 2010

    Professor John Jacobi, Chronic Care and Prevention: Evolution in Practice and Finance at the Marquette Elders’ Advisor's Conference.

  • March 26 2010

    Professor John Coverdale, Legislating in the Dark: How Congress Regulates Tax Exempt Organizations in Ignorance, 44 U. Rich.L.Rev. 809 (2010)

  • March 26 2010

    Professor Rachel Godsil, participant, Tax and Race Workshop at Emory Law School.

  • March 25 2010

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, Annual Review of New Jersey Civil Case Law CLE Program.

  • March 25 2010

    Professor Judson Jennings, panel member, Arts Law Society on Google at the Law School.

  • March 24 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, honored, Trailblazer Award by the NJ Women Lawyers Association at its Gala.

  • March 24 2010

    Professor Lori Nessel, The History of US Immigration Policy towards Haiti at Brooklyn’s Race and Law Conference.

  • March 20 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, Using Same Sex Couples to Teach about Property at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Brown University.

  • March 20 2010

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Indentity Property, Inheritance, and the Rejection of Tenancies in Common at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanites, Brown University.

  • March 20 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, The NSA/NRC Report on Forensic Science: A Glass Nine Tenths Full (This Is About the Other Tenth), 50 Jurimetrics 21 (2009)

  • March 19 2010

    Professor Kristen Boon, Scarcity and the Redistributive Possibilities of International Law at the Connecticut Journal of International Law's Symposium.

  • March 19 2010

    Professor Paula Franzese, Ethics and Equality at the Judicial College for the New York Supreme Court.

  • March 19 2010

    Professors Lori Nessel and Anjana Marlhorta, Medical Repatriation at the Human Rights Conference at American University.

  • March 18 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, The User as a Resister of New Technologies at Autonomy, Law, and Technology Conference, Virtual Life.

  • March 18 2010

    Professor Judson Jennings, moderator, Copyright Society of the U.S.A's Royalties & Ripoffs program.

  • March 16 2010

    Professor Tim Greaney, Organizational Fragmentation and Competition Policy in Health Car at St. John's Law School Workshop series.

  • March 16 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, "The Future of LBGT Litigation on Relationship Recognition" at Cardozo Law School.

  • March 16 2010

    Professor John Wefing about Governor Hughes: the Advisory Board of Rutgers, the Mercer County Bar, March 23rd; the Essex County Judges lunch, March 23rd and Carl Krauss show on the Fairleigh Dickinson University Television station.

  • March 12 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Over-Parenting at Motherhood: Reclaiming our Past Transforming Our Future.

  • March 12 2010

    Professor Rachel Godsil, The Lion Made a Monkey Out of Me: Taking Implicit Bias by the Tail at a conference at Ohio State's Kirwan Center's on Transforming Race: Crisis and Opportunity in the Age of Obama.

  • March 11 2010

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, panel member, Democratization in Africa: Progress and Retreat at the National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.C.

  • March 11 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, A Constitutional Right to a Healthy Environment-A United States Perspective before the International Association of Jurists, Italy-USA, in Valle d'Aosta, Italy.

  • March 11 2010

    Professor Carl Coleman, sworn in as a member of the Department of Health and Human Services Secretary's Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections.

  • March 11 2010

    Professor Edward Hartnett, Taming Twombly Even After Iqbal, 158 U.PA.L.REV. 473 (2010)

  • March 05 2010

    Professor Sarah Waldeck, Identity Property, Inheritance, and Tenancies in Common at Georgetown's Association of Property, Law and Society Conference.

  • March 05 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, Using Same Sex Couples to Teach About Property at Georgetown's Association of Property, Law and Society Conference.

  • March 05 2010

    Professor Bernard Freamon, Straight, No Chaser: Slavery, Abolition and the Modern Muslim Mind at Pittsburgh Law School.

  • March 04 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph, panel member, Changing Prison Conditions and Cultures at The 13th Annual Liman Colloquium at Yale Law School.

  • March 03 2010

    Professor Marc Poirier, Is Buddhism a Religion? And Does This Matter to Legal Practitioners? at CUNY's Faculty Works in Progress.

  • March 01 2010

    Professor Brenda Saunders, interviewed by Dick Gordon on My Story about her civil rights advocacy, especially her involvement in desegregating the public schools in High Point, NC and her involvement in sit-ins and other demonstrations.

  • February 27 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Women and the United Nations - An Assessment at William & Mary.

  • February 26 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Disestablishing the Family at a University of Florida Faculty Workshop.

  • February 26 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, participant in briefing, Working Group of the State Department at Columbia Law School for the first Universal Periodic Review of US Compliance with human rights obligations, focusing on access to health care and discrimination in the health sector.

  • February 25 2010

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, panel member, Best Interests and the Indian Child Welfare Act at NYU.

  • February 25 2010

    Professor Margaret Lewis, The Exclusionary Rule and Police Behavior: Developments in the PRC and Taiwan at Legal Reform in China at Washington University.

  • February 25 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, Error Rates, Diagnosticity, and Research to a joint session of the AAFS Sections on Jurisprudence and Engineering Services in Seattle.

  • February 24 2010

    Professor Marianne L. Engelman-Lado, speaking about Disability Rights at PLI’s Legal Developments that Impact the Workplace.

  • February 24 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, panel member, MIDDLESEX COUNTRY BAR ASSOCIATION'S Minority Concerns Symposium, The Post Racial Era: Fact or Fiction?

  • February 23 2010

    Professor Baher Azmy, International Law and the “War on Terror”: State Obligations to Individual Persons, and Individual Rights and Remedies at the Bar Association of the City of New York.

  • February 23 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, Observer Bias and Forensic Science: The Empirical Record at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting in Seattle.

  • February 18 2010

    Professor Michael Risinger, The NAS Report on Forensic Science: Dead on Arrival at Forensic Science: A Blueprint for the Future at UCLA.

  • February 18 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander testifing before the NJ Assembly concerning the Supreme Court's recent Citizens United campaign finance decision.

  • February 18 2010

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Credit Derivatives at Brigham Young's Fourth Law & Entrepreneurship Retreat.

  • February 16 2010

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, Uncovering the Role of Race and Gender in Tort Law at Emory Law School.

  • February 11 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, facilitator, Race, Gender Disparities and Language Access at the Health Policy Seminar at NYU.

  • February 10 2010

    Professor Baher Azmy, panel member, Columbia Law School Human Rights Institute on Counter-terrorism in the Age of Obama.

  • February 09 2010

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, The Treaty of Lisbon and Human Rights at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York's Committee on European Affairs.

  • February 05 2010

    Professor Marianne Engelman-Lado, Litigation as a Tool to Leverage Committee Advocacy in the Access to Healthcare Context at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice's Community Lawyering conference in Atlanta.

  • February 04 2010

    Professor Lori Nessel, panel member, Wayne Law Review Symposium on Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

  • February 02 2010

    Professor Baher Azmy, panel member, Legal Limbo: The Meaning of Habeas Corpus a Guantanamo Bay.

  • February 02 2010

    Professor David Opderbeck's Patent Damages Reform and the Shape of Patent Law, 89 B.U. L.Rev. 127 (2009) selected by Thompson West's "Patent Law Review" as one of the best patent law articles of 2009 to be reprinted in an anthology published by Thompson West.

  • February 02 2010

    Professor John Wefing, panel member, Politics of Civility (along with, among others, Governor Kean) at Monmouth University.

  • January 30 2010

    Professor Anjana Malhotra, panel member, Immigrant Rights are Human Rights at Empowering South Asians in New Jersey at Montclair State Conference.

  • January 29 2010

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Convenants for the Sword at the Young Scholars Criminal Justice Roundtable at Vanderbuilt.

  • January 29 2010

    Professor Brenda Saunders, on 50 Years After the Sit-ins at the Mid-Atlantic People Of Color Legal Scholarship Conference at the University of Virginia.

  • January 29 2010

    Professor Marina Lao, Discussant at the Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship Conference at NYU Law School.

  • January 28 2010

    Professor Denis McLaughlin, Annual Review of NJ Civil Case Law in Morristown.

  • January 27 2010

    Professor Angel Maldonado, Illegitimate Harm: Law, Stigma, and Discrimination Against Nonmarital Children, at Pace Law School's Faculty Colloquium.

  • January 25 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, One Year Evaluation of Obama's Presidency at the Interfaith Dialog Center of New Jersey.

  • January 22 2010

    Professor Tim Greaney, Regulating Physician Reimbursement at Drexel Law School, with a discussion at NYU's conference The Next Generation of Antitrust Scholarship.

  • January 19 2010

    Professor Mark Alexander, commenter, The Politics of Dialect and Race as a Social Construct at The Huffington Post

  • January 15 2010

    Professor Jordan Paradise's article is evaluating Oversight of Human Drugs and Medical Devices: A Case Study of the FDA and the Implications for Nanobiotechnology, 37 Med. & Ethics 598 (2009)

  • January 15 2010

    Professor Jordan Paradise, organizer/contributor,symposium Developing Oversight Approaches to Nanobiotechnology: The Lessons of History.

  • January 09 2010

    Professor Marina Lao, moderator, Effect of Eco Crisis on Antitrust Policy for the Section on Antitrust and Economic Regulation.

  • January 09 2010

    Professor Charles Sullivan, Reviving Employee Rights? Recent and Upcoming Employment Discrimination Legislation for the Section on Employment Discrimination Law.

  • January 08 2010

    Professor Frank Pasquale, Fusion Centers and Beyond: New Challenges to Privacy for the Section on Defamation and Privacy.

  • January 08 2010

    Professor Baher Azmy, Barbarians at the Gate (or Within?): New Developments in the Detention and Prosecution of Terrorist Suspects for the Section on National Security Law.

  • January 06 2010

    Professor David Opderbeck, Law, Neurobiology and the Soul: A Critical Realist Approach to Law and the Neurosciences to the Christian Law Professor's Fellowhsip.

  • January 04 2010

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, commentator, International Conference in Copyright Culture and Copyright History, Tel Aviv University.

  • January 01 2010

    Professor Kristin Boon guest blogging this month on Concurring Opinions

  • January 01 2010

    Professor Carl Coleman, spending January as a Visiting Scholar, at the Brocher Foundation in Hermance, Switzerland

  • January 01 2010

    Professor Charles Sullivan, Raising the Dead? The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, 84 Tulane L. Rev. 499 (2010).

  • January 01 2010

    Professor Kip Cornwell, The Glannon Guide to Criminal Procedure: Learning Criminal Procedure Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Answers (Aspen 2010)

  • December 16 2009

    Professor Linda Fisher, panel member, Foreclosure Rescue Scams at the NJ ICLE Consumer Law Update session.

  • December 14 2009

    Professor Charles Sullivan, Ricci v. DeStefano: End of the Line or Just Another Turn on the Disparate Impact Road? in the Northwestern Colloquy

  • December 10 2009

    Professor Kwasi Prempeh, Entrenching Constitutionalism, inaugurating the LIBERAL LECTURE SERIES sponsored by the Ghana Center for Democratic Development- Ghana and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation.

  • December 01 2009

    Professor Jessica Miles, moderator, NJICLE’s Bridge the Gap Ethics Training for Pennsylvania Lawyers in December.

  • November 24 2009

    Professor Paula Franzese in the Bergen Record on New Jersey Ethics Reform

  • November 20 2009

    Book Signing - "The Life and Times of Richard J. Hughes: The Politics of Civility" by Professor John Wefing, special reading sponsored by the Rodino Law Library, 4-5:30pm

  • November 19 2009

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis, Human Rights, Sanctions, and the European Union at CUNY’s EUROPEAN UNION STUDIES CENTER.

  • November 18 2009

    Professor Mark Alexander, Leadership Newark on Running a Campaign on Nov. 18th

  • November 16 2009

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Taxpayer Rights in the United States: Balancing Taxpayer Protection and Compliance in The Confederation Fiscale Europeene at 50 Years.

  • November 16 2009

    Professor Paula Franzese, spoke at the Columbia University Club of Northern New Jersey on The Changing Face(s) of the Supreme Court-Redux.

  • November 10 2009

    Professor Mark Denbeaux, book signing, The GUANTANAMO LAWYERS: INSIDE A PRISON OUTSIDE THE LAW at Seton Hall Law School and at NYU.

  • November 09 2009

    Professor Rachel Godsil guest blogging on CONCURRING OPINIONS during the month of November

  • November 09 2009

    Professors Erik Lillquist and Sarah Waldeck, Government Intervention in Emerging Networked Technologies, 87 Or. L. Rev. 581 (2008)

  • October 23 2009

    Professor Elizabeth Defeis,panel chair, Current Developments in the European Union at the International Law Weekend.

  • October 23 2009

    Professor Tracy Kaye, EU Tax Developments on a panel on Current Developments in the European Union at the International Law Weekend.

  • October 23 2009

    Professor Michael Risinger, Federal Bar Council of the Second Circuit on the National Academy of Sciences Report on the Problems of Forensic Science.

  • October 23 2009

    Professor Paula Franzese, recipient, the Star of Essex County Award at the Annual Essex County Italian Heritage Celebration.

  • October 16 2009

    Professor Kristen Boon,panel chair, Overlapping Threats / Overlapping Jurisdictions: International Law in the Face of New Threats to Peace and Security at the INTERNATIONAL LAW WEEKEND.

  • October 16 2009

    Professor Carl Coleman, A Human Rights Framework for Public Health Approaches to the WHO GUIDELINES COMMITTEE ON INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING IN THE CONTEXT OF HIV, in Geneva, Oct. 23

  • October 16 2009

    Professor Carl Coleman, Ethical Issues in the Management of Drug-Resistant TB at the International Consultative Workshop on DR-TB and the HIV/AIDS Crisis in the Southern African Region, in Manzini, Swaziland.

  • October 16 2009

    Professor Kristen Boon, organizer, EXPERTS WORKSHOP ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS.

  • October 01 2009

    Professor Lori Nessel, presenting three sessions at the Clinical Legal Education Conference in Madrid.

  • September 18 2009

    Professor Solangel Maldonado, panel member, Inequality, Family and the State and In Search of a Wise Latina: The Nomination and Confirmation of the First Latina Supreme Court Justice at the Fourteenth Annual LatCrit Conference at American

  • September 18 2009

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Managing Risk Managers: Regulation of the Credit Default Swap Market at the Fourteenth Annual LatCrit Conference at American University.

  • September 18 2009

    Professor Paula Franzese, elected to ACREL, the American College of Real Estate Lawyers

  • September 02 2009

    Professor Paula Franzese, recipient, the Italian Heritage Woman of the Year Award.

  • September 02 2009

    Professor Marina Lao, Networks, Access, and “Essential Facilities”: From Terminal Railroad to Microsoft, 62 SMU L. REV. 557 (2009)

  • August 10 2009

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, Over-Parenting at the Seton Hall Law Brown Bag.

  • August 04 2009

    Professor David Opderbeck, Rational Competition Policy and Reverse Payment Settlements Under the Hatch-Waxman Act at the Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at Cardozo Law School.

  • August 04 2009

    Professor Angela Carmella, RLUIPA: Linking Religion, Land Use, Ownership, and the Common Good, 2 ALBANY GOV'T L. REV. 485 (2009)

  • July 21 2009

    Professor Kristen Boon, on The Rule of Law in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations at the WORLD BANK.

  • July 21 2009

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Managing the Risk Managers: The Perils of Self-Regulation in the Credit Default Swap Market at the Seton Hall Law Brown Bag.

  • July 21 2009

    Professor Frank Pasquale, named to Campaign For America's Future's Health Experts Bureau.

  • July 21 2009

    Tracy Miller & Valerie Gutmann, Changing Expectations for Board Oversight of Healthcare Quality: The Emerging Paradigm, HEALTH & LIFE SCI. L. July 2009

  • July 16 2009

    Professor Marc Poirier, Contemplative Listening for Lawyer, at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.

  • July 13 2009

    Professor Alice Ristroph, Respect and Resistance in Punishment Theory, 97 CAL. L. REV. 601 (2009)

  • July 08 2009

    Professor Gaia Bernstein, In the Shadow of Innovation to the Hebrew University Faculty of Law’s Intellectual property Scholars Workshop.

  • June 30 2009

    Professor Bryan Lonegan, Sinners or Saints: Child Soldiers and the Persecutor Bar to Asylum after Negusie v. Holder at the Seton hall Law Brown Bag.

  • June 29 2009

    Professor Kristin Johnson, Regulation of Financial Markets -- Too Much or Not Enough? at a Legislative Committee of the National Association of Securities Professionals Town Hall.

  • June 17 2009

    Professor Marina Lao, Resale Price Maintenance: A Reassessment of its Harms and Benefits at the Academic Society for Competition Law Conference at George Washington.

  • June 15 2009

    Professor Lori Nessel, Externalized Borders and the Invisible Refugee, 40 COLUM. HUMAN RTS. L. REV. 625 (2009)

  • June 12 2009

    Professor Chinh Q Le, Racially Integrated Education and the Role of the Federal Government at a Capitol Hill Policy Briefing.

  • June 11 2009

    Professor Carl Coleman, Do Physicians' Legal Duties Conflict with Public Health Values? The Case of Antibiotic Overprescription in the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry.

  • June 11 2009

    Professor Tracy Kaye, Europe’s Balancing Act: Trends in Taxation, 62 TAX L. REV. 193 (2009)

  • June 11 2009

    Professor Carl Coleman, rapporteur, World health Organization meeting on Research Ethics in International Epidemic Response, in Geneva.