Faculty News   

  • August 11 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Unwired: Gaining Control over Addictive Technologies, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, Stanford Law School.

  • August 02 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Discussant, A Philosophical View of the Law of Elections, 2022 Annual Conference, Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Miramar Beach, Florida.

  • August 02 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Moderator, Intercountry Child Abduction and Golan v. Saada, AALS Section on Family and Juvenile Law, Webinar.

  • August 02 2022

    Carl Coleman, Moderator, The Role of the Profession in Creating Credible Sources of Information and Countering Misinformation, American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation Forum, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  • August 01 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Moderator, Reforming the U.S. Election System, 2022 Annual Conference, Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Miramar Beach, Florida.

  • July 27 2022

    Richard Winchester, Presented, Tax Lawyering for Social Justice, Social Justice Summer Workshop Series, Seton Hall University School of Law (Virtual).

  • July 24 2022

    Richard Winchester, Published, Homeownership While Black: A Pathway to Plunder, Compliments of Uncle Sam, 110 Kentucky L.J. 611 (2022).

  • July 22 2022

    Paula Franzese, The Power and Promise of Tenant Unions, NPR.

  • July 22 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, quoted in Supreme Court to Hear Two Election Law Cases Next Term, Progressives Warn It Could 'Upend' Democracy, Washington Times (July 22, 2022).

  • July 21 2022

    Brian Sheppard, Published, Want Change at the Supreme Court? Congress should offer justices buyouts for early retirement, The Hill (July 21, 2022).

  • July 19 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, mentioned in This Political Neophyte Is a Lock for Congress. His Name Helps, New York Times (July 19, 2022).

  • July 18 2022

    Brian Murray, Presented, Participatory Expungement, CrimFest 2022, Cardozo Law School.

  • July 16 2022

    Sara Gras, Presenter, Legal Tech Course Creation for Legal Tech Dummies, Teaching Technology Pre-Conference Workshop, AALL Annual Meeting, Denver, CO

  • July 15 2022

    Doron Dorfman, Presented, Penalizing Prevention, Health Law Workshop (Virtual).

  • July 15 2022

    Richard Winchester, Presented, The S Corporation: A License to Steal, Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • June 27 2022

    Marina Lao, Panelist, Legislative Process: Role of Congress vs. Role of the FTC, Rulemaking Authority of the Federal Trade Commission Concurrences, Washington Press Club, Washington, DC

  • June 25 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Panelist, Identifying and Overcoming Presumptions of Incompetence for Latinas in the Legal Academy Plenary Session, 2022 Inaugural Graciela Olivárez Latinas in the Legal Academy (“GO LILA”) Workshop (Virtual).

  • June 23 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, The Architecture of Desire: How Law Shapes Opportunity for Interracial Intimacy, Family Law Scholars and Teachers Workshop, Philadelphia.

  • June 19 2022

    Marina Lao, Published, Reimagining Merger Analysis to Include Intent, 71 Emory Law Journal 1035 (2022).

  • June 19 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, published, Parents’ Social Capital and Educational Inequality, 90 Fordham L. Rev. 2599 (2022).

  • June 14 2022

    Lori Nessel, Speaker, Ukrainian Refugee Crisis in Context: US Humanitarian Protection, Historical and Socio-Political Roots, CLE (Virtual).

  • June 13 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, Equality and Intimacy: Addressing Racial Hierarchy and Exclusion in the Dating Market, Latina Law Scholars Workshop (Virtual).

  • June 13 2022

    Jamie P. Werbel, Speaker, Teaching and Trigger Warnings: Identifying Common Issues and Options for Assisting, The Educating Advocacy Teachers (EATS) Conference, Stetson Law School.

  • June 12 2022

    Paula Franzese, Published, Disrupting Dispossession: How the Right to Counsel in Landlord-Tenant Proceedings Is Reshaping Outcomes, 52 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1255 (Lead Article, Symposium Issue, American Cities Struggling with Economic Justice Reform) (2022).

  • June 09 2022

    Sara Gras, Presenter, Why and How Law Schools Should Assess Faculty Tech Competency, 2022 CALI Conference for Law School Computing, Chicago, IL (with Brendan Borthwick).

  • June 02 2022

    Tara Adams Ragone, Presenter, Coverage of Preventive Behavioral Health as a Means of Addressing Social Determinants of Health and Furthering Parity, 45th Annual ASLME Health Law Professors Conference (Phoenix, AZ).

  • May 20 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presents, The Over-Users: Technology Addiction and the Illusion of Control, Governance of Emerging Technologies and Science, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University (Virtual).

  • May 16 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Panelist, Voter Participation and Its Challenges, Roundtable hosted by the African American Initiative, the AARP of Kentucky, and WLOU Radio.

  • May 13 2022

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Electrifying Efficiency, ASU Sustainability Conference, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.

  • May 13 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Instructor, The Contested Right to Vote, New-York Historical Society (New York, NY) (Program dates: May 13, May 20, June 3, and June 10).

  • May 04 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Quoted, Kelly’s Previous Campaign War Chest Becomes An Issue in the West Ward, TAPintoNewark.

  • April 23 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Windows of Opportunity and the Regulation of Technology Overuse, Law, Legal Institutions and Technological Change, University of Wisconsin School of Law (Virtual).

  • April 23 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presents, Windows of Opportunity and the Regulation of Technology Overuse, Law, Legal Institutions and Technological Change, University of Wisconsin School of Law.

  • April 20 2022

    Angela Carmella, Presents, “Who Is My Neighbor? A Catholic Perspective on American Property Law,” Columbia Seminar on Catholicism, Culture, and Modernity (Virtual).

  • April 01 2022

    Tracy Kaye, Presents, Opportunity Zones as Reparations, Incubator Session #2, 25th Annual Critical Tax Conference At Villanova, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law.

  • March 26 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presents, Manipulating Time, Technologies of Deception Conference, Yale Law School.

  • March 25 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Unwired: Regaining Control over Addictive Technologies, Deceptive Technologies Conference, Yale Law School (Virtual).

  • March 25 2022

    Richard Winchester, Presents, Homeownership While Black: A Pathway to Plunder, Compliments of Uncle Sam, AALS Poverty Law Pop-Up Conference, American University Washing College of Law (Virtual).

  • March 24 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Participant, Protecting Children from the Dangers of Social Media: Child Advocacy Roundtable, University of San Diego School of Law (Virtual).

  • March 23 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presents, What is Critical Race Theory?, Seton Hall University Lewinson Center for the Study of Labor, Inequality, and Social Justice (Virtual).

  • March 08 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Quoted, "Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James Fields Potential Lawsuit If City Blocks His Candidacy," TAPinto Newark.

  • February 25 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presented, How Law Shapes Desire, Greater New York Area Family Law Scholars Workshop (Virtual).

  • February 18 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presents, Technology Antitrust and Innovation, Work in Progress in Intellectual Property Conference, St. Louis University School of Law.

  • February 16 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presents, Antitrust and the Manipulation of Time, Big Tech and Antitrust Conference, Seton Hall Law School (Virtual).

  • February 16 2022

    Marina Lao, Moderator, Roundtable Discussion – Movements in Antitrust: The Chicago School, Post-Chicago and Progressive Antitrust, Neo-Brandeis, and Beyond, Big Tech and Antitrust Conference, Seton Hall Law School (virtual).

  • February 13 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Quoted, Flood of Voting Laws Confront Enforcers with Uphill Fight, Bloomberg Law, (February 8, 2022).

  • February 13 2022

    Marina Lao, Nominee – Best Academic Article (Mergers), 2022 Antitrust Writing Awards, Concurrences, [for Reimagining Merger Analysis to Include Intent, forthcoming Emory Law Journal, Vol. 71, Issue 5] (January 2022).

  • February 08 2022

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Electrifying Efficiency, AESP 32nd Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.

  • February 04 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, Reconsidering the Ruth Bader Ginsburg & Herma Hill Kay Sex-Based Discrimination Casebook, NYU Law Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network (Virtual).

  • February 02 2022

    Paula Franzese, Presenting, Disrupting Dispossession: How the Right to Counsel is Reshaping Housing Court Outcomes, NJ Wealth Disparity Task Force Symposium, (Virtual).

  • January 28 2022

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, How Law Shapes Desire, Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law Faculty Colloquium (Virtual).

  • January 20 2022

    Jennifer D. Oliva with Professor Dr. Carl Hart, Moderator, Drug Use for Grown-Ups, Town Hall Seattle and Q&A (Virtual).

  • January 14 2022

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, The Over-Users: Technology Addiction and the Illusion of Control, New York Area Family Law Scholars Workshop (Virtual).

  • January 12 2022

    Heather Payne, Panelist, Past the Tipping Point: Looking at Ways to Mitigate the Inevitable Impacts of Climate Change, Energy Bar Association

  • January 09 2022

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, Biosurveillance and Privacy During the Pandemic, 2022 AALS Annual Conference Section on Biolaw.

  • January 08 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, appeared in Power & Politics, with Alex Zdan, News 12 New Jersey.

  • January 08 2022

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, Shadow Rules of Evidence, 2022 AALS Annual Conference Section on Evidence (Virtual).

  • January 07 2022

    Jennifer D. Oliva, Commenter, The Endless Saga of Comment K: The Role for Products Liability in Regulating Medical Devices, 2022 AALS Annual Conference Section on Law, Medicine, and Health Care’s Junior Scholars’ Works-in-Progress Session (Virtual).

  • January 06 2022

    Eugene D. Mazo, Interviewed, What Happened to 17 Kentuckians Charged in the Jan. 6 US Capitol Riot, Louisville Courter-Journal.

  • December 09 2021

    Carl Coleman, Presenter, WHOs Pilot Research Ethics Benchmarking Tool, Forum for Ethical Review Committees in Asia and the Western Pacific (Virtual).

  • December 08 2021

    Paula Franzese, Presenter, Addressing the Eviction Crisis Through a Racial Justice Lens, McCarter & English Social Justice Project.

  • December 05 2021

    Brian Sheppard, Published, The Reasonableness Machine, 62 B.C. L. Rev. 2250 (2021).

  • December 02 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Panelist, Bad Hombres, Hispanic National Bar Association (Virtual).

  • November 23 2021

    Jessica Miles, Presenter, Domestic Violence: Balancing Victim Safety and Defendant Due Process, New Jersey Judicial College.

  • November 19 2021

    Eugene D. Mazo, Presented, Property and Voting, University of St. Thomas Law Journal, University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • November 18 2021

    Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Ethics Refresh – Conflicts of Interest, Remote Practice and other Topics, The Inaugural NJSBA Bankruptcy and Restructuring Forum, New Jersey Law Center.

  • November 15 2021

    Jennifer D. Oliva, Testimony in Support of Syringe Possession Decriminalizing Legislation, New Jersey General Assembly Judiciary Committee Hearing (Virtual).

  • November 15 2021

    Carl Coleman, Presentation, WHO’s Pilot Research Ethics Benchmarking Tool, The Consortium to Advance Research Ethics Oversight.

  • November 14 2021

    Tracy Kaye, Published, Ogden Commons Case Study: A Comparative Look at the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit and Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive Programs in 48 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1067 (October 2021).

  • November 12 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, The New Drug War, Temple Law Review Symposium: Is Police Reform Possible? Reimagining the Criminal Legal System to Support Health Equity, Temple University Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, P.A.

  • November 12 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, Termination of Parental Rights, Joint Meeting of the ALI Advisers and Members Consultative Group Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law (Virtual).

  • November 11 2021

    Thomas Healy, Presents, Soul City: Book Conversation with Michelle Alexander, Seton Hall Law School (November 11, 2021).

  • November 09 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, The Future of Drug Decriminalization in New Jersey, Decriminalization of Drugs in New Jersey: A Dialogue (Virtual).

  • November 09 2021

    Marina Lao, Panelist, (In)augural Visions for Antitrust, ABA Antitrust Section Fall Forum, Washington, DC.

  • November 05 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, Parenting Under Racial & Economic Inequality, The Law of Parents and Parenting Symposium, Fordham Law School (Virtual).

  • October 31 2021

    Angela C. Carmella, Published, Pandemic, Protest, and Commemoration: Sacred Civic Expression in Times of National Grief, 22 Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion 20 (2021).

  • October 30 2021

    Eugene D. Mazo, Oral Testimony, The Establishment of Congressional Districts in New Jersey, New Jersey Redistricting Commission Meeting (Virtual).

  • October 29 2021

    Marina Lao, Presenter, Reimagining Merger Analysis to Include Intent, Antitrust Scholars’ Roundtable, Competition, Antitrust Law, and Innovation Forum, Univ. of CA, Irvine, CA.

  • October 25 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Dosing Discrimination: Regulating PDMP Risk Scores, Faculty Colloquium Series, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Phoenix, AZ.

  • October 24 2021

    Richard Winchester, Published, A GILTI Fix for an Employment Tax Glitch, 41 Pepp. L. Rev. 915 (2021).

  • October 22 2021

    Bernard Freamon, presenting, An Islamic Version of The Dred Scott Problem: Has Slavery Always Been an Evil in Islamic Law or Have Juristic Sentiments Evolved?, American Society of Comparative Law Annual Meeting, University of Wisconsin Law School, October 22, 2021 (Madison, WI).

  • October 17 2021

    Michael Coenen, Published, The Elusive Zone of Twilight, 63 B.C. L. Rev. 740 (2021) (with Scott M. Sullivan).

  • October 17 2021

    Michael Coenen, Published, Percolation’s Value, 73 Stan. L. Rev. 363 (2021) (with Seth Davis).

  • October 17 2021

    Paula Franzese, Published, The Anatomy of Government Ethics Reform: Lessons Learned, A Path Forward, 35 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Public Pol’y 523 (2021).

  • October 17 2021

    Stephen J. Lubben, Published, The Impossibility of TLAC, 23 N.Y.U. J. Legis. & Pub. Pol’y 45 (2021).

  • October 17 2021

    Brian Murray, Published, Retributive Expungement, 169 U. Pa. L. Rev. 665 (2021).

  • October 17 2021

    Brian Murray, Published, Restorative Retributivism, 75 U. Miami L. Rev. 855 (2021).

  • October 17 2021

    David Opderbeck, Published, Huawei, Internet Governance, and IEEPA Reform, 47 Ohio Northern L. Rev. 165 (2021) (symposium).

  • October 17 2021

    David Opderbeck, Published, Artificial Intelligence, Rights, and the Virtues, 60 Washburn L.J. 445 (2021) (symposium).

  • October 17 2021

    David Opderbeck, Published, The End of the Law?: NeuroLaw and Theology (Eugene: Wipf & Stock 2021).

  • October 16 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, At the Intersection of Race, Disability, and Deviance: The Unethical Policies That Harm People with Substance Use Disorder, 2021 American Society for Bioethics & Humanities (ASBH) Annual Conference (Virtual).

  • October 13 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Substance Use Disorders and the Law, Mercer Country Bar Association 2021 Xtreme CLE (Virtual).

  • October 13 2021

    Eugene D. Mazo, appeared in The State of Democracy in New Jersey Following the 2021 Gubernatorial Elections, Power and Politics, News 12 New Jersey.

  • October 12 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, FDA Regulation of Drug Development & Approval, United States Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • October 08 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenter, Race, Intimacy, and Inequality, Biennial LatCrit Conference (Virtual).

  • September 30 2021

    Charles Sullivan, Speaker, At the Cross-Section of Gender Discrimination and Religious Liberty, Wolters Kluwer.

  • September 24 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Moderator, Tools and Innovations to Encourage Participation & Put Guardrails Around Spending and Distribution of Opioid Litigation Proceeds, Opioid Litigation Summit: Maximizing the Impact of Settlements and Judgments to Address the Opioid Epidemic, Georgetown University Law Center O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law, Washington, DC (Virtual)

  • September 24 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Keynote Address, Bias in the Family: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Custody Disputes, Oregon State Family Law Advisory Committee (SFLAC) 2021 Family Law Conference (Virtual).

  • September 24 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Moderator, Tools and Innovations to Encourage Participation & Put Guardrails Around Spending & Distribution of Opioid Litigation Proceeds, Opioid Litigation Summit, Georgetown Univ. Law Ctr. O’Neill Inst. for Nat'l. & Global Health Law (Virtual).

  • September 23 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Keynote Speaker, Impact of Covid on Vulnerable Immigrants and Trafficking Victims, Conference on the Impact of Covid on Women Victims of Trafficking, University of Comillas, Madrid, Spain (Virtual).

  • September 15 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, Asylum and Refugee Law, Beyond the Border Immigration Conference, New Jersey Reentry Corporation (Virtual).

  • September 14 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Published, Biden’s Covid Vaccine Mandate Plan is Constitutional, NBC News.

  • August 23 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Published, Defending Syringe Services Programs, Health Affairs (first author with Taleed El-Sabawi, Sonia Canzater, and Shelly Weizman).

  • July 31 2021

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, People: The Forgotten Factor in the Economic Equation, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (Amelia Island, FL.)

  • July 29 2021

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, A Tax Benefit for Bigotry: A Gift from Martha’s Vineyard, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (Amelia Island, FL.)

  • July 29 2021

    Richard Winchester, Moderator, Tax Law and Policy Panel, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (Amelia Island, FL.)

  • July 28 2021

    Richard Winchester, Panelist, Black Lawyers Matter, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (Amelia Island, FL.)

  • July 11 2021

    Tracy Kaye, Published, Corporate Tax: Renewed Fiscal Federalism in the USA, the EU, and Globally for the 21st Century, 18 Pitt. Tax Rev. 301 (2021) (with Michel De Wolf, UCLouvain & ULiège).

  • July 07 2021

    Marina Lao, Published, Standalone Antitrust Labor Immunity, in Herbert Hovenkamp Liber Amicorum – The Dean of American Antitrust Law 153-174 (Concurrences 2021)

  • June 29 2021

    Tara Adams Ragone, Presenter, “Navigating Privacy and Licensure Issues Post-Pandemic,” Telehealth Post-Pandemic: Clinical and Regulatory Opportunities and Concerns, Seton Hall University School of Law (Virtual).

  • June 24 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, 2021 Immigration Policy Review, IACO 2021 Immigrant Integration Conference (Virtual).

  • June 15 2021

    Kristen Boon, Moderator, The New Sanctions Decade: The Turn to Unilateralism and Thematic Measures, Roma 3 Faculty of Law, Rome (Virtual). 

  • June 11 2021

    Angela Carmella, Published, RLUIPA: A Vehicle for Conversation between Religion and Planning, in Symposium Volume on Rethinking Religion and Secularism in Urban Planning, 22 Planning Theory and Practice (2021).

  • June 07 2021

    Tara Adams Ragone, Presenter, Building Sustainability for Community Health Workers to Help Address the Social Determinants of Health, 44th Annual ASLME Health Law Professors Conference (Virtual).

  • June 07 2021

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Children and Excessive Screen Time: An Emerging Public Health Crisis, Health Law Professors Conference 2021, Northeastern School of Law (Virtual).

  • June 02 2021

    Bernard Freamon, Presenter, "What is the difference, if any, between slavery and forced labor and why does it matter?”, UC Berkeley, ORIAS Summer Institute for Teachers (Virtual).

  • May 27 2021

    Brian Sheppard, Published, What If Cops Needed Permission to Draw Their Guns?, Slate (2021).

  • May 14 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Moderator and Presenter, Opioid Summit II: Addressing Legal Barriers to Addiction Care and Treatment, ABA Senior Lawyers Division (Virtual).

  • May 11 2021

    Michael Risinger, Published, Female Law Librarians as Pioneer Women Law Professors: A (Belated) Response to Dean Kay, with Some Suggested Additions to Her Canonical List, Law Library Journal 31.

  • May 05 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Lecturer, Migración y Necesidades Específicas de Protección, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, Spain (Virtual).

  • May 05 2021

    Brian Murray, Presenter, Completing Expungement, Deason Criminal Justice Center, SMU (Virtual).

  • May 04 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, The Role of Legal “Expertise” in the Pandemic, Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences: COVID-19 Ethics Series, Seton Hall University School of Law (Virtual).

  • April 30 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Discussant and Moderator, Works-in-Progress Session, AALS Annual Clinical Conference (Virtual).

  • April 30 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Presenter, When Time Stands Still: Bringing Immigration Law and Practice into Conformity with the Basic Tenets of our Civil, Criminal, and Administrative Law Regimes, Works-in-Progress Session, AALS Annual Clinical Conference (Virtual).

  • April 30 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Decriminalizing Drugs in New Jersey, NJPN 21th Annual Addiction Conference, New Jersey Prevention Network (Virtual).

  • April 27 2021

    Tara Adams Ragone, Presenter, Road to Community Health Worker Sustainability in New Jersey, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy.

  • April 23 2021

    Jennifer Oliva and Jake Elberg, Presenters, COVID-Related Healthcare Compliance Topics, 48th Annual IVD Regulatory Meeting, Association of Medical Diagnostics Manufacturers (Virtual).

  • April 23 2021

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, Tainted Taxes: Uncle Sam’s Share of the Spoils of Blockbusting, St. John’s University School of Law Faculty Workshop (Virtual).

  • April 23 2021

    Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Changing the Philosophy of the Supreme Court: Discussion of the Influence a More Conservative Court Will Have on Bankruptcy Cases, IWIRC, Assoc. of the NJ Fed. Bar, Hon. William H. Gindin Bench Bar Conference (Online Meeting).

  • April 17 2021

    Brian Murray, Presenter, Completing Expungement, Michigan Law School Junior Scholars Forum, Michigan University Law School (Virtual).

  • April 13 2021

    Angela Carmella, Presenter, Pandemic, Protest, and Commemoration: Sacred Civic Expression in Times of National Grief, The Donald C. Clark, Jr. Annual Lecture in Law and Religion, Rutgers Law School-Camden (Virtual).

  • April 08 2021

    Tracy Kaye, Presenter, Opportunity Zones and Race, 2021 Critical Tax Conference, UC Irvine (Virtual).

  • April 02 2021

    Stephen Lubben, Good Old Chapter 11 in a Pre-Insolvency World, 44 N.C. J. Int’l L. 353 (2021) (with Oscar Couwenberg).

  • April 01 2021

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Technology Overuse: Reinventing the Myth of Consumer Responsibility, Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal Symposium, Rutgers Law School (Virtual).

  • March 26 2021

    Marina Lao, Panelist, Competitors Collaborating to Do Good, ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting, Washington, DC. (Virtual).

  • March 24 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Speaker, Addressing the Overdose Epidemic: Substance Use Policy for the Biden Administration, The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA. (Virtual).

  • March 05 2021

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Limits on Private-Sector Collection and Use of Data, Certified Information Privacy Professional U.S. Bootcamp, Seton Hall Law School (Virtual).

  • March 05 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, New Legal Resources and Barriers, Center for Health Law Studies Annual Health Law Symposium: Disciplining Physicians Who Inflict Harm: New Legal Resources for State Medical Board Members, St. Louis Univ. School of Law (virtual).

  • March 04 2021

    Kristen Boon, Lecture, Access to Justice in International Law, University of Ottawa Speaker Series (virtual).

  • February 26 2021

    Tracy Kaye, Panelist, A Comparative Lens: Analyzing Place-Based Initiatives, Fordham Urban Law Journal Spring Symposium: A Taxing War on Poverty: Opportunity Zones and the Promise of Investment and Economic Development, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY (virtual).

  • February 26 2021

    Paula Franzese, Speaker, The Future of Opportunity Zones: The Biden Administration and Beyond, Fordham Urban Law Journal Symposium.

  • February 25 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Facilitator, The Bridge: How Does Your Scholarship/Work Live in This World, Univ. of Kansas School of Law & Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School Privacy Praxis Conference: Law, Technology, Power, & Ethics (virtual).

  • February 19 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Regulating PDMP Risk Scores, Belmont Health Law Journal Spring Symposium: Technology Meets Health Care: Emerging Trends in Healthcare Technology, Belmont University College of Law, Nashville, TN.

  • February 17 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, The Role of Legal “Expertise” in the Pandemic, Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences: COVID-19 Ethics Series, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • February 12 2021

    Paula Franzese, Speaker, Government Ethics at the Crossroads: Toward Restoring the Public Trust, Symposium on The Ethics of Government Service, Notre Dame Law School.

  • February 09 2021

    Carl Coleman, Webinar, New York City Bar Association, Legal Issues in COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution.

  • February 07 2021

    Denis McLaughlin, Published, Teply, McLaughlin & Whitten, Civil Procedure: Cases, Text, Notes, and Problems (4th ed. 2021) (Carolina Academic Press).

  • February 05 2021

    Richard Winchester, Moderator, #BlackTaxpayersMatter: Intersection of Race, Tax Systems, Laws and Enforcement, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice (online webinar).

  • February 05 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Policing SUD in a Pandemic, Privacy in the Age of Emergency, American University Law Review Annual Symposium, American University Washington School of Law, Washington, D.C.

  • February 04 2021

    Marina Lao, Panelist, Antitrust & Big Tech: Consolidation and the Resulting Tension, The 2021 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, GA (virtual).

  • January 22 2021

    Bernard Freamon, Author, Are the Persian Gulf city-states slave societies?, Aeon (2021).

  • January 14 2021

    Carl Coleman, Webinar, National Bar Association, COVID-19 Vaccines: Prioritization, Access, and the Role of Mandates.

  • January 08 2021

    Solangel Maldonado, Speaker, AALS Workshop for Pretenured Law School Teachers of Color: Session Three, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).  

  • January 08 2021

    Jennifer Oliva, Moderator, Law and Mental Disability, Co-Sponsored by the Sections on Disability Law, Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples, and Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues; Mental Health and Vulnerable Populations in the Era of COVID-19, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).

  • January 07 2021

    Heather Payne, Selected Presenter, New Scholarship in Environmental, Energy, Natural Resources, Agricultural, Food, and Animal Law, 2021 AALS Annual Conference Section on Natural Resources & Energy Law, the Section on Animal Law, and the Section on Agricultural & Food Law (online).

  • January 07 2021

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, AALS Annual Conference, Section on Immigration Law, Outsourced Borders and Invisible Walls.

  • January 07 2021

    Lori Nessel, Speaker, Immigration Law: Outsourced Borders and Invisible Walls, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).

  • January 06 2021

    Charles Sullivan, Commentator, Employment Discrimination Law, Co-Sponsored by Labor Relations and Employment Law: New & Emerging Voices in Labor and Employment Law, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).

  • January 06 2021

    Kristen Boon, Commentator, European Law - Works-in-Progress Panel in European Law, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).

  • January 06 2021

    Margaret Lewis, Speaker, East Asian Law and Society, Co-Sponsored by Comparative Law: Bridging: East-West Divides - The Role of Experts in an Age of Misinformation, 2021 AALS Annual Conference (online).

  • January 06 2021

    Stephen J. Lubben, Published, Corporate Finance (Aspen Select), Third Edition (Wolters Kluwer, 2020).

  • December 18 2020

    David Opderbeck, Published, Christian Thought and Property Law, Christianity and Private Law (Routledge, Cochran ed.) (2020).  

  • December 17 2020

    Paula Franzese and Angela Carmella, Published, Housing and Hope: Private Property and Catholic Social Teaching, Christianity and Private Law (Routledge, Cochran ed.) (2020).

  • December 14 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Symposium Organizer and Panel Moderator, Mental Health and Vulnerable Populations in the Era of COVID-19, Arizona State Law Journal Online Symposium: Mental Health and Vulnerable Populations in the Era of COVID-19, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Phoenix, AZ.

  • December 11 2020

    Carl Coleman, Webinar, World Health Organization, Ethics and Vector-Borne Diseases in the African Region.

  • December 10 2020

    Tracy Kaye, Invited Discussant, Taxation and Value Creation – A framework for international reform, 2020 Global Tax Symposium (Hosted by LSE, UC Louvain, and University of Melbourne) (via teams).

  • December 09 2020

    Carl Coleman, Webinar, World Health Organization, Ethics and Vector-Borne Diseases in the Eastern Mediterranean Region.

  • December 01 2020

    Bernard Freamon, Organizer/Creator, Ijmāʿon Slavery (2020)

  • November 23 2020

    Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Difficult and Controversial Issues Confronting the Bankruptcy Bench & Bar, New Jersey Bar Association, Online Meeting.

  • November 18 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Policing Opioid Use Disorder in a Pandemic, University of Chicago Law Review Online Symposium: COVID-19 and the Criminal Justice System, University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL.

  • November 14 2020

    Lori Outzs Borgen, Panelist, Social Justice Group Discussion on Anti-Poverty: Food Security, Housing Access, PBHA Alumni Weekend 2020, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

  • November 13 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Selected Participant, Dosing Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of PDMP Risk Scores, 2020 Joel R. Reidenberg Northeast Privacy Scholars Workshop, Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, MA.

  • November 13 2020

    Lori Outzs Borgen, Facilitator, Post-Election Breakout Discussions, Battles for the Ballot: New Jersey Voting Rights, Then and Now, 2020 NJ History Conference, New Jersey Historical Commission.

  • November 12 2020

    Lori A. Nessel, Speaker, Immigration Issues Facing Immigrants in New Jersey and Potential Changes with a New Administration, Stevens Institute of Technology.

  • November 12 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Speaker, Algorithm-Driven Disability Discrimination, IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society 2020, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

  • November 06 2020

    Stephen Lubben, Published, Puerto Rico: Act III, Capital Markets Law Journal (2020).

  • November 06 2020

    Angela Carmella, Moderator & Closing Remarks, Webinar on Catholic Clerical Sexual Abuse, Seton Hall University, the University of Messina, and Journal of Church and State.

  • October 29 2020

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, "How robust is the investor-state arbitration model; what could the future look like for investment treaty arbitration?", Jointly presented by Rutgers and Cornell Law Schools (via zoom).

  • October 28 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Dosing Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of PDMP Risk Scores, Faculty Workshop Series, Albany Law School, Albany, NY.

  • October 16 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Policing Digital Disease Surveillence, Privacy in a Pandemic: How Employers, Insurers and Government Actors Collect and Use Your Data, Oklahoma Law Review Annual Symposium, Oklahoma University College of Law, Norman, OK.

  • October 14 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, FDA Regulation of Drug Development & Approval, United States Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • October 12 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Regulating Opioids, Controlled Substance Law 2020, Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, WA.

  • October 09 2020

    Margaret Lewis, Panelist, New Perspectives on US-China Relations: Research, Education, & Academic Freedom, Penn Project on the Future of US-China Relations.

  • October 06 2020

    Margaret Lewis, Panelist, Celebrating Jerry Cohen & Six Decades of US-Asia Cooperation in Law, NYU School of Law.

  • October 05 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Dosing Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of PDMP Risk Scores, Health Law Bioethics, Biotechnology Workshop, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA.

  • October 02 2020

    Angela Carmella, Presenter, Blog Webinar on Law, Religion, and Coronavirus in the United States: A Six Month Assessment.

  • September 29 2020

    Bernard Freamon, Speaker, Leitner Human Rights Speaker Series: Slavery in Islamic Law, Fordham Law School (virtually).

  • September 26 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Unservice: Reconceptualizing the Utility Duty to Serve in the Age of Wildfires, Sea Level Rise and Other Disasters, 11th Annual Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship, Vermont Law School (online).

  • September 24 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Selected Presenter, Dosing Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of PDMP Risk Scores, American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics Annual Health Law Scholars Workshop, St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MO (online).

  • September 24 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Selected Presenter, Dosing Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of PDMP Risk Scores, American Society for Law, Medicine & Ethics Annual Health Law Scholars Workshop, St. Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, MO.

  • September 23 2020

    Paula Franzese, Presenter, The Ethics of Civility, Jewish Law Symposium.

  • September 18 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Surveillance, Mobile Applications, and Privacy, Georgetown University Law Center Institute for Technology Law & Policy Tech Speaker Series, Georgetown University Law Center.

  • September 16 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Surveillance, Privacy, and App Tracing, Public Health Law Virtual Summit: COVID-19 Response and Recovery, The Network for Public Health Law.

  • September 11 2020

    Kristen Boon, Opening Speaker, Classic Control Tests, The Law and Logic of Attribution: Constructing the Identity and Responsibility of States and Firms, Georgia School of Law, Dean Rusk Center, (via zoom).

  • September 09 2020

    Ilya Beylin, Presenting, The Ignominious Life of the Paycheck Protection Program, Albany Faculty Workshop.

  • September 08 2020

    Tara Adams Ragone, Panelist, Children: Education & Safety during COVID, Seton Hall University Interprofessional Health Sciences COVID Bio-Ethics Series.

  • September 03 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Global Implications of Pandemic Surveillance, Asia-Pacific Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • September 02 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Decarbonization: Regulatory Pathways for Gas Utilities and Implications for Electric Utilities, Fueling the Energy to Change AESP Conference, on Zoom.

  • August 26 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Webinar Speaker, COVID-19: Impact on Communities of Color: Disparities in Healthcare, Garden State Bar Association Substantive Law Series.

  • August 13 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Guest Speaker, How to Write a 5000-Word Comment, Health Law Forum, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • August 05 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Discussant, Health Law Workshop: Current Trends in Health Law & Health Policy, 2020 Seals Annual Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL, (online).

  • August 03 2020

    Richard Winchester, Presenting, A GILTI Fix for an Employment Tax Glitch, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference.

  • August 03 2020

    Brittany Persson, Elected, to attend the 2020 American Association Law Librarians Leadership Academy, August 2020, and recipient of the AALL ALL‐SIS Leadership Academy Grant. 

  • August 03 2020

    Richard Winchester, Discussant, Tax Policy in the 21st Century, Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (virtual). 

  • August 02 2020

    Richard Winchester, Panelist, Topical Problem Solving, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference.

  • August 02 2020

    Richard Winchester, Discussant, Inter-topical Problem-solving: The Curious Case of the Estate of Jeffrey Epstein, Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (virtual). 

  • July 31 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Webinar Speaker, Public Health Surveillance in the Context of COIVD-19, Hall Center Virtual Grand Rounds Series, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indianapolis, IN.

  • July 31 2020

    Richard Winchester, Discussant, Black Lives, Systemic Racism & the Academy, Southeast Association of Law Schools Annual Conference (virtual). 

  • July 30 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Discussant, Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure Workshop: Drug Use and the Law: Where Does It Fit in Law School Courses?, 2020 Seals Annual Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL, (online).

  • July 29 2020

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, A GILTI Fix for an Employment Tax Glitch, Faculty Brownbag Workshop, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • July 21 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, Substance Use Disorders in Light of COVID-19: Why the U.S. Need to Enact Additional SUD-Related Treatment Reforms in the Context of COVID-19 and Beyond, American Bar Association Webinar.

  • July 15 2020

    Ndjuoh MehChu, Presenting, Help Me to Find My Children, Microsoft Teams Talk, Faculty Brown Bag at Seton Hall Law School.

  • July 13 2020

    Stephen Lubben, Published, The costs of corporate bankruptcy: how little we know, in Research Handbook on Corporate Bankruptcy Law (Barry Adler ed. 2020).

  • July 08 2020

    Jake Elberg, Presenting, Health Care Fraud Means Never Having to Say You’re Sorry, Microsoft Teams Talk, Faculty Brown Bag at Seton Hall Law School.

  • July 06 2020

    Margaret Lewis, Speaker, Difficult Conversations: Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Xinjiang: The Path Forward annual China 101 Briefing Series for Congressional staff (invited by the US-Asia Institute).

  • July 06 2020

    Margaret Lewis, Speaker, Criminalizing China, APA Justice (Asian Pacific American), via Zoom.

  • June 30 2020

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, The Illusion of Control and the Roads that Lie Ahead, Digital Well Being Festival, London (online).

  • June 25 2020

    Paula Franzese, Guest Columnist, Newark’s Looming Eviction Crisis, Newark Star Ledger and nj.com.

  • June 24 2020

    Brian Murray, Presenting, Restorative Retribution, Microsoft Teams Talk, Faculty Brown Bag at Seton Hall Law School.

  • June 24 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, The Natural Gas Paradox, RMI Building Decarb Regulatory Working Group.

  • June 18 2020

    Bernard Freamon, Speaker, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, Zoom talk at the Summit Free Public Library.

  • June 17 2020

    Solangel Maldonado, Presenting, Racial Hierarchy and Desire: Law’s Influence on Interracial Intimacies, Microsoft Teams Talk, Faculty Brown Bag at Seton Hall Law School.

  • June 10 2020

    Margaret Lewis, Presenting, Criminalizing China, Microsoft Teams Talk, Faculty Brown Bag at Seton Hall Law School.

  • June 04 2020

    Gaia Bernstein, Discussion Leader, Employees as Data Subjects, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley Law School.

  • June 04 2020

    Gaia Bernstein, Discussion Leader, Employees as Data Subjects, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, George Washington Law School (converted to virtual).

  • June 04 2020

    Angela Carmella, Published, An Informed Laity: Understanding the Church’s Political and Legal Advocacy, in Voting and Faithfulness: Catholic Perspectives on Politics 277 (Nicholas Cafardi, ed., Paulist Press, 2020).

  • May 27 2020

    Marina Lao, Panelist, Changing the Approach to Single-Firm Behavior: Impacts of the Proposed Anticompetitive Exclusionary Conduct Prevention Act, NYSBA, New York (Webinar).

  • May 13 2020

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, Refugee and Asylum Law, at the NJSBA Annual Conference (virtual symposium).

  • May 08 2020

    Paula Franzese, Speaker, Finding Meaning in Times of Crisis, Address to the Assistant Prosecutors Association of NJ, webinar.

  • May 01 2020

    Charles A. Sullivan, Published, Making Too Much of Too Little?: Why “Motivating Factor” Liability Did Not Revolutionize Title VII, 62 Ariz. L. Rev. 357 (2020).

  • April 30 2020

    Charles A. Sullivan, Published, Retaliation and Requesting Religious Accommodation, 70 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 381 (2019).

  • April 30 2020

    Jessica Miles, Published, Straight Outta SCOTUS: Domestic Violence, True Threats, and Free Speech, 74 U. Miami L. Rev. 711 (2020).

  • April 27 2020

    Heather Payne, Published, Pulling in Both Directions: How States Are Moving Toward Decarbonization While Continuing to Support Fossil Fuels, 45 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 285.

  • April 24 2020

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, People: The Forgotten Factor in the Economic Equation, Mandela King Symposium on Global Justice: Lessons to be Learned from the Coronavirus Pandemic, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.

  • April 17 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Public Health Litigation: Possibilities and Pitfalls, Public Health Litigation Transparency, Northeastern University School of Law Annual Health Law Conference, Boston, MA.

  • April 15 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter (webinar), Treating Patients with Substance Use Disorder in the Era of COVID-19: A Review of Progressive Federal Policy Changes and a Plea for Additional Reforms, Second Mini-Conference on COVID and the Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, OK.

  • April 13 2020

    Angela Carmella, Published, Progressive Religion and Free Exercise Exemptions, 68 Kansas Law Review 535.

  • April 10 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter (webinar), A Critique of the FDA’s Emergency Use Authority in the Pandemic Context, First Mini-Conference on COVID and the Law, University of Oklahoma College of Law, Norman, OK.

  • April 08 2020

    Marina Lao, Published, No-Fault Digital Platform Monopolization, 61 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 755.

  • April 06 2020

    Brian M. Murray, Published, Are Collateral Consequences Deserved?, 95 Notre Dame Law Review 1031.

  • April 02 2020

    Jennifer D. Oliva, Invited Webinar Presenter, Teaching Federal Rule of Evidence 702, The Unavailability Workshop, Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, TN.

  • April 01 2020

    Paula Franzese, Published, An Inflection Point for Affordable Housing: The Promise of Inclusionary Mixed-Use Redevelopment, 52 UIC J. Marshall L. Rev. 581.

  • March 27 2020

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, A GILTI Fix to an Employment Tax Glitch, Pepperdine Law Review Symposium on the Impact of the 2017 Tax Act on Income and Wealth Inequality: Lessons For 2020 and Beyond, Malibu, CA.

  • March 26 2020

    Jennifer D. Oliva & Najarian Peters, Invited Webinar Presenters, Privacy in Cannabis: HIPAA and Other Concerns, International Cannabis Bar Association.

  • March 18 2020

    Bernard K Freamon, Speaker, "Slavery in Islamic Law and Muslim Cultures:" Slavery in Islamic Law, William and Mary School of Law.

  • March 11 2020

    Stephen Lubben, Speaker, Fairness and Flexibility: Understanding Corporate Bankruptcy’s Arc, at Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York.

  • March 03 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Pulling in Both Directions, Columbia Journal of Environmental Law Climate Change Symposium, New York, NY.

  • March 03 2020

    Bernard K Freamon, Speaker, "Possessed by the Right Hand:" Slavery in Islamic Law (followed by commentary by Jonathan A.C. Brown, Alwaleed bin Talal Chair of Islamic Civilization at Georgetown), Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.

  • February 28 2020

    Sara Klein, Published, Klein, S., & Lenart, B. (2020), In Search of Shifting & Emergent Librarian Identities: A Philosophical Approach to the Librarian Identity Problem, Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice and Research, 15(1).

  • February 27 2020

    Paula Franzese, Keynote Address, Leading with Integrity, NJ Department of Corrections Summit, Trenton, NJ.

  • February 27 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Hot Topics in Life Sciences: Life Sciences Symposium, Seton Hall Law School Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy and Mayer Brown, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ.

  • February 25 2020

    Jacob T. Elberg, Presenter, Mitigating Risks Across Electronic Platforms, Pharmaceutical Compliance Forum Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

  • February 25 2020

    Bernard K Freamon, Guest speaker, "Possessed by the Right Hand:" Slavery in Islamic Law, New York Law School.

  • February 25 2020

    Brian M. Murray, Panelist, Expungement and the Press, The Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression and the Media Freedom & Information Access Clinic at Yale Law School, hosted by Ballard Spahr, New York, NY.

  • February 20 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Invited Presenter, Reforming the DEA: The Controlled Substance Act at 50 Years, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Academy for Justice and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Drug Enforcement and Policy Center, Phoenix, AZ.

  • February 14 2020

    Kathleen Boozang (Deans Panel) and Angela Carmella (Professors Panel), Speakers, St. John’s Law School Conference on Catholic Legal Education.

  • February 08 2020

    Marina Lao, Presenter, Strengthening Antitrust Enforcement Within the Consumer Welfare Rubric, Penn Law Journal of Business Law Antitrust Symposium, U Penn Law School.

  • February 07 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, Shape of the Coast: Offshore Wind in North Carolina, Festival of Legal Learning, University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, NC.

  • February 04 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Prescription Drug Policing: The Fordham Law School Series on Advanced Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY.

  • January 29 2020

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Can We Do?, St. Luke's School, New York, NY.

  • January 27 2020

    Jacob T. Elberg, Panelist, Establishing Liability in FCA Cases Through Statistical Sampling: When does it belong in False Claims Act litigation?, American Conference Institute Forum on False Claims and Qui Tam Enforcement, New York, NY.

  • January 24 2020

    Laura Hoffman, Panelist, Shedding Light on Telemedicine & Overprescribing: The Need to Balance Access to Health Care and Quality of Care, Emerging Issues in Bioethics Symposium, American Journal of Law and Medicine & Boston University School of Law.

  • January 23 2020

    Michael Risinger, Published, Fiegned Consensus: Usurping the Law in Shaken Baby Syndrome / Abusive Head Trauma Prosecutions, 2020 Wisc. L. Rev 1211 (with Keith Findley et al.). 

  • January 13 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Prescription Drug Policing, Arizona State University School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Tempe, AZ.

  • January 13 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, The Natural Gas Paradox, Stanford Law School Climate and Energy Speaker Series, Palo Alto, CA.

  • January 07 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Panel Organizer and Moderator, Mental Health and Vulnerable Populations in the Era of COVID-19, 2021 AALS Annual Conference Section on Law & Mental Disability Panel Co-Sponsored by Disability Law, Indian Nations & Indigenous Peoples, and Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Issues.

  • January 05 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Moderator, Neuroscience and the Law, AALS Section on Law and Mental Disability.

  • January 05 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Panelist, The Opioid Epidemic and its Evidentiary Challenges, AALS Sections on Evidence & Medicine and Health Law.

  • January 05 2020

    Bernard Freamon, Presenter, Islamic Law, Possessed by the Right Hand: The Problem of Slavery in Islamic Law and Muslim Cultures.

  • January 05 2020

    Richard Winchester, Speaker, Tainted Taxes: Uncle Sam’s Share of the Spoils of Plunder, En/Countering Race, Racism, and Racial Distinctions in Tax Law, AALS.

  • January 05 2020

    Richard Winchester, Panelist, En/Countering Race, Racism, and Racial Distinctions in Tax Law, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

  • January 04 2020

    Heather Payne, Presenter, The Environmental, Energy, & Natural Resources, Works-in-Progress.

  • January 03 2020

    Jennifer Oliva, Commentator, New Voices in Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Law, AALS Section on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues.

  • January 02 2020

    Katherine Moore, Speaker, Disability Law, AALS.

  • December 28 2019

    Marina Lao, Published, Strengthening Antitrust Enforcement within the Consumer Welfare Rubric, Competition Policy International (CPI) Antitrust Chronicle 32 (Nov. 2019).

  • December 09 2019

    Jamie P. Werbel, Speaker, Ethics, Professionalism & Cultural Competency for the Judiciary, NJ State Municipal Judge Training, Newark.

  • December 02 2019

    Jacob T. Elberg, Presenter, Corporate Health Care Enforcement at a Crossroads: Newly Available Data and the Need for Comprehensive False Claims Act Reform, Harvard Law School Health Law Workshop, Harvard Law School Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology & Bioethics, Cambridge, MA.

  • November 15 2019

    Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Good Old Chapter 11 In A Pre-Insolvency World: The Growth of Global Reorganization Options, at International and Comparative Insolvency Law Symposium, University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, Florida.

  • November 08 2019

    Jacob T. Elberg, Presenter, Address to Industry-only Session, PCF Pharma Congress, Washington, D.C.

  • November 08 2019

    Heather Payne, Presenter, A Conversation on Ocean & Energy Governance for Offshore Wind, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ

  • November 06 2019

    Stephen Lubben, Panelist, Minimizing & Abating Business Risk: Directors in the Zone of Insolvency, at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, New York, New York.

  • November 05 2019

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Supervised Consumption Services: Legal and Regulatory Challenges, The Opioid Crisis Goes to Court: Litigating an Epidemic, American Public Health Association 2019 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

  • November 02 2019

    Stephen Lubben, Plenary Session Panelist, The Dos and Don’ts of Disclosure for Professionals in Business Cases: Tell Me Now or Pay Me Later, at National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

  • October 31 2019

    Gaia Bernstein, Presenter, The Over Users: Technology Addiction, Happiness and the Power of Awareness, New York University School of Law, New York.

  • October 30 2019

    Lori Nessel, Speaker, Asylum Update, NJSBA CLE Webinar.

  • October 25 2019

    Marina Lao, Keynote Speaker, Consumer Welfare, Hipster Antitrust, the European Way?, Fourth Annual Conference Competition Programme, European University Institute (EUI), Florence, Italy.

  • October 19 2019

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, Investment Treaty Arbitration & Human Rights: Friends or Enemies? International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School.

  • October 18 2019

    Solangel Maldonado, Speaker, Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law, Psychological Abuse, ALI Council Meeting, New York.

  • October 18 2019

    Richard Winchester, Presenter, Tainted Taxes: Uncle Sam's Share of the Spoils of Plunder, LatCrit Biennial Conference, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

  • October 11 2019

    Jennifer Oliva, Presenter, Legal Obstacles to Evidence-Based Opioid Treatment, Fighting Back: A Legal Framework to Defeating the Opioid Crisis, University of Toledo Law Review Symposium, Toledo, OH.

  • October 11 2019

    Marina Lao, Moderator, Monopoly Power, The Post-Chicago Antitrust Revolution, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, P.A.

  • October 11 2019

    John Jacobi, Panelist, Medicaid Reform: Alternative Payment Methods for Complex Patients, in Next Steps in Health Reform 2019, American University Washington College of Law.

  • October 10 2019

    Jacob T. Elberg, Panelist, Enforcement Trends Impacting the Drug & Device Industries, Life Sciences 2019 – Navigating Legal Challenges in the Drug and Device Industries, New York, NY.

  • October 10 2019

    Stephen Lubben, Published, American Business Bankruptcy: A Primer, Edward Elgar Press (2019).

  • October 08 2019

    Bernard Freamon, Presenter and Author, Possessed by the Right Hand: Slavery and the Abolition in Islamic Law, Rutgers Law School.

  • October 07 2019

    Ilya Beylin, Panelist, Business and Legal Working Together: An M&A Case Study, Corporate Counsel as Business Leader, Washington, D.C.

  • October 01 2019

    Jacob T. Elberg, Presenter, Ethics & Compliance, Abu Dhabi Health Services Company – SEHA, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

  • October 01 2019

    Bernard Freamon, Presenter, CAAS Distinguished Alumni Lecture: Possessed by the Right Hand, Wesleyan University.

  • September 27 2019

    Jacob T. Elberg, Panelist, Travel Act Case Studies: Anti-Kickback Implications & the Future of Federal Enforcement, American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) Fraud and Compliance Forum, Baltimore, Maryland.

  • September 27 2019

    Solangel Maldonado, Speaker, Parental Responsibility for Child’s Misconduct, Joint Meeting of the ALI Advisers and Members Consultative Group Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law, Philadelphia.