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  • November 05 2018

    Marina Lao, Panelist, Monopolization v. Dominance: US v. EU? George Mason University.

  • November 02 2018

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, The Security Council’s Contributions to Customary international Law, Canadian Council on International Law, Ottawa.

  • November 01 2018

    Kristen Boon, Plenary Moderator, The Emergence of Foreign Relations Law, Canadian Council on International Law, Ottawa.

  • October 26 2018

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, The Intersection of Immigration Law and Health Policy, Indiana Health law Review Symposium.

  • October 20 2018

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, Is the Security Council in Crisis? International Law Weekend, Fordham Law School.

  • October 11 2018

    Margaret Lewis, Speaker, From Chiang Kai-shek to Tsai Ing-wen: Legal Reforms and Identity in Taiwan Today, China Studies Event, SAIS.

  • October 11 2018

    Paula Franzese, Panelist, First Principles for Attorney Professionalism, NJSBA Professionalism Awards Ceremony.

  • October 10 2018

    Paula Franzese, Panelist, An Inflection Point in Land Development? Public and Private Conditions Reconsidered, Kravotil Conference, John Marshall Law School.

  • October 04 2018

    Tara Ragone, Panelist, The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act Turns 10: Reflecting on Its Accomplishments and Continued Implementation Challenges, Rutgers Institute for Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research, New Brunswick.

  • October 02 2018

    Paula Franzese and Abbott Gorin, Panelist, Housing as a Human Right: A Conversation with Joseph Shuldiner, NYCHA, Seton Hall Law School.

  • September 29 2018

    Jamie Pukl-Werbel, Panelist, From the Classroom to the Courtroom: Lessons in Life and Professionalism, NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education, New Brunswick, NJ.

  • September 28 2018

    Lori A. Nessel, Panelist, Asylum and Refugee Law Update: What the A-B- Decision Means for Domestic Violence Applicants, Best Western Robert Treat Hotel, Newark.

  • September 22 2018

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, Panelist, Denialism and the Death Penalty, Clinical Writers’ Workshop, NYU.

  • September 22 2018

    Jon Romberg, Panelist, Spokeo and Procedural Standing: If a Procedural Right is Violated in the Forest, Is Anyone Concretely Injured?, Clinical Writers’ Workshop, NYU.

  • September 22 2018

    Jessica Miles, Panelist, Domestic Violence and Disgust, Clinical Writers’ Workshop, NYU.

  • September 22 2018

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, Do Investors Have Responsibilities too? North America International Economic Law Conference, McGill University.

  • September 20 2018

    Lori Nessel, Third Circuit Expert Training on Children’s Asylum Claims After the Attorney Generals’ Decision in A-B-, Kids in Need of Defense (K.I.N.D.), Lowenstein, Sandler, Roseland, New Jersey.

  • September 14 2018

    Paula Franzese, Principles of Professionalism for Judges, NJSBA New Judges Orientation.

  • September 10 2018

    Paula Franzese, Lori Borgen, & Abbott Gorin, Barriers to Federal Housing Assistance, Public Housing Summit with Senator Cory Booker.

  • August 13 2018

    Stephen Lubben, published, A Functional Analysis of SIFI Insolvency, 96 Texas Law Review 1377 (2018).

  • August 13 2018

    Kristen Boon, published, Investment Treaty Arbitration: Making a Place for Small Claims, Journal of 19 World Investment & Trade 667 (2018).

  • July 19 2018

    Lori Nessel, Panelist, Immigration Law, in an Immigration Clinic sponsored by the New Jersey Reentry Corporation, at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, Union City, New Jersey.

  • June 28 2018

    Kristen Boon, panelist, The Contributions of the UN Security Council to the Environment in Post-Conflict Situations, at the Experts Seminar on International Law and Environmental Peacebuilding, Leiden University, The Netherlands.

  • June 26 2018

    Kevin B. Kelly, speaker, Legal Services of New Jersey, Training on Expert Witnesses.

  • June 25 2018

    Angela Carmella, Panelist, Building Faith: Religious Freedom through Land Use Laws, co-sponsored by Seton Hall Law School, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey, and the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.

  • June 22 2018

    Angela Carmella, Panelist, Hot Topics: Government Intent and Expression in Constitutional Law, at the Annual Law and Religion Roundtable, University of Pennsylvania Law School.

  • June 20 2018

    Angela Carmella, Panelist, Religious Contributions to the Common Good, at the Religious Freedom Annual Review: Religious Freedom and the Common Good, Brigham Young Law School.

  • June 13 2018

    Michael Coenen, speaker, Equilibration’s Bias, at the Notre Dame Remedies Roundtable.

  • June 12 2018

    Kevin B. Kelly, published, Experiential Learning in Law School, in The Bencher (American Inns of Court), May/June 2018.

  • June 09 2018

    Solangel Maldonado, presenter, Physician Liability, Informed Consent, and Nontherapeutic Surgeries on Intersex Children, at the ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Case Western Law School.

  • June 08 2018

    Tara Ragone, presenter, Medication Administration in Schools: Addressing Scope of Practice and Disability Law Tensions, ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Case Western Reserve University School of Law.

  • June 08 2018

    Carl Coleman, presenter, Reining In IRB Review in the Revised Common Rule, ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Case Western Reserve Law School.

  • June 08 2018

    John Jacobi, presenter, Coordinating Law and Coordinating Care: People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Case Western Reserve Law School.

  • June 07 2018

    Marina Lao, panelist, Are Antitrust Rules Fit for Purposes for Big Data Companies?, GCR (Global Competition Review) Live 6th Annual, New York.

  • June 05 2018

    Carl Coleman, presenter, Compliance Issues in Clinical Studies, European Healthcare Compliance Certification Program, Warsaw.

  • June 05 2018

    Tara Ragone, speaker, Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Care in Michigan: State Laws and Regulations Impacting the Ability to Share Health Information among Treatment Providers, Michigan Legal Summit: Health Information and the Law: What’s Next?, Lansing.

  • May 31 2018

    John Jacobi, appointed by Governor Murphy to State Health Benefits and Quality Task Force.

  • May 31 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, commentator, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, George Washington University.

  • May 25 2018

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, commentator, Mainstreaming Refugee Women’s Rights Advocacy, Immigration Professor’s Conference, Drexel Law School.

  • May 22 2018

    Angela Carmella, published, When Businesses Refuse to Serve for Religious Reasons: Drawing Lines Between “Participation” and “Endorsement” in Claims of Moral Complicity, 69 Rutgers L. Rev. 1593 (2017).

  • May 17 2018

    Paula Franzese, published, Learning Core Commercial Law Concepts (West) (casebook with Barnes, Epstein, Tu).

  • May 16 2018

    Jessica Miles, panelist, What Every Lawyer Should Know About SASPA at NJSBA Annual Meeting and Convention, Atlantic City.

  • May 15 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do? Lady of Mercy, NJ.

  • May 15 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do? Friends Seminary, New York.

  • May 15 2018

    Tracy Kaye, panelist, Nexus in the Digital Era –US RST and Global Income Taxation, International Conference On New Tax Challenges – US And EU Perspectives  (University of Luxembourg).

  • May 14 2018

    Kristen Boon, panelist, The Codification of International Law: Back to the Future?, NY Bar Association.

  • May 14 2018

    Paula Franzese, op-ed, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Government Segregated America, NJ Law Journal.

  • May 11 2018

    Esere Onaodowan, panelist, Wrongful Convictions: Why They Happen and How to Prevent Them, New York County Lawyers Association, Civil Rights and Liberties Committee, New York City.

  • May 03 2018

    John Jacobi, panelist, Long Term Care in New York City Circa. 2030, Bar of the City of New York.

  • May 02 2018

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, commentator, Life After Commutation: Reentry in the Trump Era, AALS Clinical Conference, Chicago.

  • May 02 2018

    Marina Lao, published Workers in the “Gig” Economy: The Case for Extending the Antitrust Labor Exemption, 51 UC Davis L. Rev. 1543 (2018).

  • May 02 2018

    Paula Franzese, panelist, A Safe Place to Call Home: Catholic Social Teachings and the Promise of Inclusion, St. Paul Inside the Wall.

  • May 01 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do?, St. Michael's, NJ.

  • April 24 2018

    Jessica Miles, panelist, Domestic Violence v. Situational Couple Violence, at the New Jersey Judicial Education’s Family Division and Domestic Violence Conference.

  • April 20 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Panelist, Fighting the Screen Wars, Women Law Society and Technology Symposium, UC Irvine Law School.

  • April 19 2018

    Lori Nessel, Invited Discussant, Emerging Scholarship Conference, Fifteenth Annual Current Debates In International Law And Human Rights, NYU School of Law.

  • April 19 2018

    Stephen Lubben, Speaker, Derivatives in Bankruptcy, at American Bankruptcy Institute Symposium: Too Big To Fail: 10 Years Later, Washington, D.C.

  • April 19 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Moderator, Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Seton Hall Law School.

  • April 18 2018

    Paula Franzese, Speaker, First Principles of Leadership, Ethics and Good Decision-Making, Keynote Address to the graduating class of Oratory High School.

  • April 17 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do? P.S. 41, New York.

  • April 17 2018

    Stephen Lubben, published, Too Big and Unable to Fail, 69 Fla. L. Rev.  1205 (2017) (co-written with A. Wilmarth, Jr.).

  • April 13 2018

    Marina Lao, presenting “Workers in the “Gig” Economy: The Case for Extending the Antitrust Labor Exemption,” Antitrust Scholars’ Roundtable, Competition, Antitrust Law, and Innovation Forum, UC Irvine, CA.

  • April 10 2018

    Paula Franzese, Speaker, ABA Webinar: Professor's Corner, Tenant Blacklisting and the Denial of Opportunity.

  • April 09 2018

    Paula Franzese, panelist, Rutgers Law School and Women's Rights Law Reporter Symposium on Housing Justice: A Women's Rights Issue, Rutgers Law School.

  • April 09 2018

    Stephen Lubben, published, PROMESA And The Bankruptcy Clause: A Reminder About Uniformity, 12 Brook. J. Corp., Fin. & Com. Law 53 (2017).

  • April 06 2018

    Solangel Maldonado, panelist, Early Childhood Workshop: Critical Legal Issues and Strategies, University of Florida Levin College of Law.

  • April 02 2018

    Paula Franzese, published, A Place to Call Home: Tenant Blacklisting and the Denial of Opportunity, 45 Fordham Urban L. J. 661 (2018).

  • March 28 2018

    Paula Franzese, speaker, The Fair Housing After Fifty Years, Cardozo Law School Law Review Symposium.

  • March 23 2018

    John Wefing, Speaker, The Clinton Impeachment, Dunworkin Club of Montclair.

  • March 23 2018

    Angela Carmella, presenter, The Establishment Clause and the Common Good, at the University of St. Thomas Symposium on Religious Freedom and the Common Good, Minneapolis.

  • March 22 2018

    Marina Lao, panelist, How Can We Protect and Promote Platform Competition?, American Antitrust Institute Digital Platforms Roundtable, National Press Club, Washington, DC.

  • March 20 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do?, Montclair Co-Op School.

  • March 15 2018

    Marina Lao, published Erring on the Side of Antitrust Enforcement When in Doubt in Data-Driven Mergers, in Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, An Antitrust Professor on the Bench, Liber Americorum (Nicolas Charbit et al., eds, Institute of Competition Law 2018).

  • March 14 2018

    Paula Franzese, speaker, The Right to Counsel for Tenants Facing Eviction: A Proposal for Newark, Newark Civic Trust Council.

  • March 02 2018

    Stephen Lubben, speaker, Private Benefits Without Control, Brooklyn Law School.

  • March 01 2018

    Kristen Boon, published, The Contributions of United Nations Security Council Resolutions to the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict: New Evidence of Customary International Law, 67 Am. U. L. Rev. 649 (2018) (co-authored with Greg Fox and Isaac Jenkins).

  • February 27 2018

    Lori Nessel, panelist, Free Movement of Labor Freedom v. Fairness: The Tension Between Free Market and Populist Ideals in Labor, NYU Law School.

  • February 23 2018

    Lori Nessel, moderator and panelist, Statutory Bars to Asylum at Asylum and Immigration Conference, New York Law School.

  • February 22 2018

    John Jacobi, moderating, Improving Care Coordination and Transitions Before, Instead of, and After Incarceration at Opioids: Care Coordination, Transitions, and Engagement.

  • February 22 2018

    Tara Ragone, moderating, Expanding and Connecting Community Care among Licensed Facilities and Health Care Professionals, at Opioids: Care Coordination, Transitions, and Engagement.

  • February 15 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, Speaker, Our Kids, Our Screens and What Should We do?, First Avenue School, Newark.

  • February 15 2018

    Paula Franzese, speaker, Ethically Speaking: Is there Hope for Civil Discourse in America?, Institute for Communication and Religion.

  • February 14 2018

    Carl Coleman, speaker, New Directions in End-of-Life Legislation, at the Columbia University Seminar on Death.

  • February 12 2018

    Angela Carmella, publication, Catholic Institutions in Court: The Religion Clauses and Political-Legal Compromise, 120 W.Va. L. Rev. 1 (2017).

  • February 09 2018

    Solangel Maldonado, panelist, ”Deadbroke" Fathers and Reproductive Justice, Faculty Colloquium, Syracuse University College of Law.

  • February 07 2018

    Paula Franzese, panelist, A Safe Place to Call Home: Catholic Social Teachings and the Promise of Inclusion, St. Paul Inside the Walls.

  • February 02 2018

    Stephen Lubben, speaker, A Functional Analysis of SIFI Insolvency, University of Texas School of Law, Austin.

  • February 02 2018

    Paula Franzese, Advocating on Behalf of Homeless and Displaced Youth, State Advocacy Institute and Schoolhouse Connection.

  • January 27 2018

    Stephen Lubben, co-authored, Amicus Brief of Bankruptcy Law Professors in Madoff appeal.

  • January 26 2018

    Marina Lao, discussant, Market Definition Between Law and Economics: Spectrum or Prism, 2018 Next Generation Of Antitrust Scholars Conference, NYU School of Law & American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, NYU.

  • January 26 2018

    Stephen Lubben, published, Sovereign Bankruptcy Hydraulics, 2018 ASAL F. 1.

  • January 26 2018

    Angela Carmella, panelist at a conference on Christian Legal Thought sponsored by the Journal of Catholic Legal Studies and St. John’s Law Review, NYC.

  • January 12 2018

    Gaia Bernstein, commentator, NYU Tri-State IP Workshop, NYU Law School.

  • January 03 2018

    Paula Franzese, presenter, Enhancing Your Teaching Before, During and After Class, AALS Annual Meeting, Section on New Law Professors.

  • November 21 2017

    Kristen Boon, panelist, Jus Post Bellum, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM.

  • November 20 2017

    Lori Nessel, panelist at the Criminal Law/Immigration NJ Judicial College.

  • November 20 2017

    Paula Franzese, plenary presenter and moderator, Professionalism On and Off the Bench: Dealing Effectively with the Untoward, the Unusual, and the Unexpected, N.J. JUDICIAL COLLEGE.

  • November 17 2017

    Tara Ragone, published, Perspectives on Healthcare: Working Together to Advance Behavioral Health Parity Implementation, Garden State Focus, p. 61 (Fall 2017).

  • November 13 2017

    Gaia Bernstein, panelist on The Over-Users: Happiness, Technology Addiction and the Power of Awareness, Hofstra IP Colloquium.

  • November 09 2017

    Paula Franzese, Presenter, Achieving Success and Significance: Guideposts for Attorney Professionalism, NJ Commission on Professionalism in the Law Awards Luncheon.

  • November 08 2017

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, Jurisdictional Immunities of International Organizations at the World Bank.

  • November 06 2017

    Kristen Boon, Panelist, at Law Justice and Development Week, Nov. 6th-10th.

  • November 06 2017

    Kathleen Boozang and Timothy Glynn, panelists on The Role and Place of Compliance within Life Science: The Imperative of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Independence, 18th Annual Phama/Medical Device Conference, Washington, D.C.

  • November 06 2017

    Gaia Bernstein, panelist on The Privacy Paradox and technology Addiction, Symposium: The Privacy Risks of Social media, Lehigh.

  • November 06 2017

    Najarian Peters, panelist on The Privacy Paradox and technology Addiction, Symposium: The Privacy Risks of Social media, Lehigh.

  • November 03 2017

    Tara Ragone, panelist on Privacy Regulation through State Legislation and by State Attorneys General at the Privacy Institute conference, New and Nontraditional Actors in Privacy and Social Media Regulation.

  • November 03 2017

    Najarian Peters, panelist on Institute for Privacy Protection: Student Fellows, School Outreach & Curriculum at SYMPOSIUM: NEW & NONTRADITIONAL ACTORS IN PRIVACY & SOCIAL MEDIA, Seton Hall.

  • November 02 2017

    Solangel Maldonado, Panelist, Fifty Years of Loving v. Virginia and the Continued Pursuit of Racial Equality, Fordham Law School.

  • October 20 2017

    Kristen Boon, panelist, The Law of Occupation, International Law Weekend at Fordham Law School.

  • October 20 2017

    Paula Franzese, speaker, Under One Roof: Fair and Affordable Housing, Housing and Community Development Annual Conference.

  • October 19 2017

    Kristen Boon, organized Experts Workshop on UN Accountability at Seton Hall.

  • October 18 2017

    Lori Nessel, plenary speaker on The In-Alienable Rights of Immigrant and Undocumented School-Aged Children at the Annual Conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics (NJ Chapter).

  • October 17 2017

    Stephen Lubben, speaker, Always Crashing in the Same Car: Clearinghouse Resolution under Dodd-Frank, Boston University School of Law.

  • October 13 2017

    Tara Ragone, speaker, Off-Label Medication Administration in Schools: Addressing Scope of Practice and Disability Law Tensions at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, as part of the inaugural Wiet Life Science Law Scholars Conference.

  • October 12 2017

    Paula Franzese, moderating a Public Policy Forum on Housing featuring Senator Corey Booker and Pulitizer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond.

  • October 12 2017

    Solangel Maldonado, speaker, Bias in the Family: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Custody Decisions, Interdisciplinary Forum for Mental Health and Family Law, New York City.

  • October 11 2017

    Kristen Boon, speaking on Liability of the UN and Other International Organisations to Individuals at the International Bar Association, Sydney Australia.

  • October 11 2017

    Tara Ragone, leading a webinar entitled Integrating Behavioral and Physical Health Care in New Jersey: Legal Requirements for the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Treatment Providers for the Michigan Health Information Network Operations Advisory Committee Privacy Working Group.

  • October 03 2017

    Stephen Lubben, published, Always Crashing in the Same Car—Clearinghouse Rescue in the United States under Dodd–Frank, 3. J. Fin. Reg. 133 (2017).

  • September 29 2017

    Paula Franzese, Keynote, Professionalism for Judges, New Judge Orientation, Princeton, NJ.

  • September 26 2017

    Solangel Maldonado, speaker, Deadbroke Fathers and Reproductive Justice: Reimagining Wisconsin v. Oakley from a Justice Perspective, Rutgers Center for Gender, Sexuality, Law, and Policy, Rutgers Law School, Newark.

  • September 20 2017

    Tracy Kaye, panelist for ABA Tax Section Webinar: Update on Brexit: What U.S. Multinationals Need to be Thinking About.

  • September 15 2017

    Marina Lao, presented on The State Action Doctrine: Implications for Health Policy, Health Care Antitrust in the New Administration, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy, Seton Hall Law.

  • August 24 2017

    Paula Franzese, panelist, Why We Do the Work, 14th Annual International Human Rights Summit, United Nations.

  • August 16 2017

    David Opderbeck, published, Hacking Life: Synthetic Biology and the Challenge of Biosecurity, New Jersey Lawyer, p. 5.

  • August 11 2017

    Kristen Boon, published, Timing Matters: Termination Policies for UN Sanctions (in UN Sanctions and International Law) (Larissa van den Herik ed. 2017).

  • August 11 2017

    Marina Lao, panelist, Does Antitrust Law Need to Innovate to Stay Relevant in the 21st Century?, ABA Annual Meeting, Antitrust, New York.

  • August 10 2017

    Kristen Boon, published, Review of D. Hovell, The Power of Process:  The Value of Due Progress in Security Council Decision-Making, 64  Neth. Int’ L. Rev. 177 (2017). 

  • August 03 2017

    Linda Fisher, speaker, The Bright Side of Distressed Mortgage Sales, Consumer Law panel, Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting.

  • July 20 2017

    Stephen Lubben, comments on the great bridal shop bankruptcy of 2017.

  • July 07 2017

    Stephen Lubben, participated in an amicus brief submitted by financial regulation scholars Jesner v. Arab Bank arguing that permitting suits under the Alien Tort Statute against financial institutions knowingly and willfully engaging in terrorist financing is consistent with U.S. law and policy objectives in combatting terrorism.

  • July 07 2017

    Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, National Security: The Power of Courts to Shape Public Law Within and Across Borders," ICON-S Conference on Courts, Power, and Public Law, Copenhagen.

  • July 06 2017

    Kathleen Boozang, named a Fellow by the American Health Lawyers Association.

  • July 01 2017

    Tracy Kaye, panelist on tax treaty provisions at Implementing Key BEPS Actions: Where do we stand?, Rust, Austria.

  • July 01 2017

    Paula Franzese, published, A Short and Happy Guide to Sales (West).

  • June 21 2017

    Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Rights at the Border, Law and Society Association Annual Conference, Mexico City.

  • June 19 2017

    John Wefing, will join his colleagues on the Governor's Higher Education Council in receiving the County College Spirit award from the Council of County Colleges for the Governor's Council's support for higher education in New Jersey.

  • June 18 2017

    Thomas Healy, published, Who’s Afraid of Free Speech?, The Atlantic.

  • June 12 2017

    Kristen Boon, appointed, Academic in Residence, Wilmer Hale (London).

  • June 10 2017

    Tara Ragone, panelist, Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity: Implementation Challenges and Opportunities, at the ASLME Health Law Professors’ Conference, Georgia State Law School.

  • June 10 2017

    John Jacobi, Moderator, The Necessity of Innovative Care-Giving in an Era of Shrinking ResourcesHealth Law Professors Conference, Georgia State Law School.

  • June 09 2017

    John Jacobi, Moderator, Plenary Session: The Future of Medicaid, Part 1: Struggling for the Soul of MedicaidHealth Law Professors Conference, Georgia State Law School.

  • June 09 2017

    Gaia Bernstein, speaker, Technological Over-Use as Addiction: Drawing Lessons from the Fights Against Cigarettes and Obesity, Health Law Professors Conference, Georgia State Law School.

  • June 08 2017

    Tracy Kaye, published, U.S. Tax Sovereignty and the BEPS Project, in Tax Sovereignty in the BEPS Era (Wolters Kluwer 2017).

  • June 02 2017

    Gaia Bernstein, commentator, Privacy Law Scholars Conference, Berkeley Law School.

  • May 30 2017

    Tracy Kaye, panelist, FATCA, CRS, and EU-US Cooperation on Exchange of Information, Tax Cooperation vs Tax Competition: Cross-Atlantic Perspectives, at University of Luxembourg.

  • May 24 2017

    Lori Nessel, Moderator and Panelist, Custody Redetermination Hearings and Applications for Writs in Federal Court, 36th Annual Hon. William H. Strasser Immigration Conference, New Jersey Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.

  • May 23 2017

    Kristen Boon, panelist, The (In)adequacy of The Law of Occupation and Jus Post Bellum Reconstruction, at The Geneva Conventions at 50, Minerva Center on Human Rights, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. 

  • May 20 2017

    Linda Fisher, panelist, Foreclosure Echo, 8th Annual Meeting of the Association for Law, Property & Society.

  • May 19 2017

    Linda Fisher, panelist, Sustainable Homes, 8th Annual Meeting of the Association for Law, Property & Society.

  • May 18 2017

    Kristen Boon, opening address on Conference on the Termination of UN Sanctions, Roma Tre.

  • May 09 2017

    Stephen Lubben, published, A Dodd-Frank Rewrite That Would Increase the Chance of Bailouts, N.Y. Times Dealbook.

  • May 06 2017

    Lori Nessel, leader of the Immigration Working Group and commentator at the Scholarship Works-In-Progress Session, AALS Annual Clinical Conference, Denver.

  • May 01 2017

    Stephen Lubben, published, Corporate Finance text (2d ed.).

  • April 29 2017

    Jonathan Hafetz, published, A Rocky (and Worrying) Start: The Trump Administration's Use of Military Force, President Trump's First 100 Days: A Symposium, 2017 U. Ill. L. Rev. Online 100.

  • April 23 2017

    Lori Nessel, panelist at NJICLE, Immigration Law Conference.

  • April 18 2017

    Jonathan Hafetz, speaker, Fairness and Legitimacy: The Selectivity Challenge in International Criminal Law, Temple Law School International Law Colloquium.

  • April 14 2017

    Kristen Boon, elected to the Executive Committee of the American Society of International Law.

  • April 07 2017

    Paula Franzese, Keynote, A Return to Civic Engagement, New Jersey Political Science Association Annual Meeting.

  • April 05 2017

    Lori Nessel, speaker, Understanding the Executive Orders on Immigration, St. Peters University Hospital, New Brunswick.

  • April 01 2017

    Tracy Kaye, Panelist, United States' Responsibility to Promote Financial Transparency, Critical Tax Conference Saturday, Saint Louis University.

  • March 31 2017

    Kristen Boon,  presented The UN Security Council and the Law of Internal Armed Conflict at Security Council Report, Co-sponsored by the NYU Center on International Cooperation.

  • March 30 2017

    John Jacobi, speaker, Government, More or Less: Overcoming Legacy Barriers to Behavioral Health Integration, Mitchell Hamline School of Law National Speaker Series.

  • March 30 2017

    Lori Nessel, panelist at Constitutional Crisis, Seton Hall University.

  • March 30 2017

    Paula Franzese, speaker, A Place to Call Home: Giving Voice to Tenants Left Behind, Axelrod Lecture, Rutgers Law School.

  • March 23 2017

    Tiffany Williams, keynoting the Women's Leadership Awards Breakfast for the United Way of Essex & West Hudson Counties, Belleville.

  • March 23 2017

    Stephen Lubben, published, Safe Harbor Provisions and the Special Treatment of Financial Contracts in Bank Failure: Lessons from Lehman Brothers (Dennis Faber & Niels Vermunt, eds.).

  • March 20 2017

    Angela Carmella, panelist at Business and Religious Accommodations: Legal and Ethical Issues, co-sponsored by the Wharton Business School and Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College.

  • March 20 2017

    Tiffany Williams, panelist on Strategies for Economic Empowerment for Women in the Workplace at the 61st Commission on the Status of Women, United Nations.

  • March 19 2017

    Lori Nessel, speaker, Immigrant Rights When Traveling, CAIR Leadership Summit, Edison.

  • March 16 2017

    Lori Nessel, speaker, The Reality of Being an Immigrant in Today’s Society at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Patterson.

  • March 14 2017

    Paula Franzese, moderating Gender, the Law, and the 2016 Presidential Election, NJ Law Center.

  • March 09 2017

    Marina Lao, speaker, The Case for Extending the Antitrust Labor Exemption to Workers in the “Sharing” (or “Gig”) Economy, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Antitrust Division, Washington, DC.

  • March 02 2017

    Bernard Freamon, speaker, Islamic Law, NYLS Muslim Law Student Association.

  • February 24 2017

    Charles Sullivan, published, Tending the Garden: Restricting Competition via "Garden Leave." 37 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 293 (2016).

  • February 23 2017

    Tracy Kaye, panelist on Ethics in International Tax Planning, 45th Annual Conference of the USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association, New York City.

  • February 14 2017

    Brian Sheppard, published, Incomplete Innovation and the Premature Disruption of Legal Services, 2015 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1797.

  • February 13 2017

    John Jacobi, panelist, Mental Illness: Access and Freedom 16 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol'y 37 (2016).

  • February 10 2017

    Lori Nessel, moderating a panel on Evidence Issues in Immigration Court, 2017 Asylum and Immigration Law Conference, New York Law School.

  • February 10 2017

    Farrin Anello, panelist on Detention, 2017 Asylum and Immigration Law Conference, New York Law School.

  • February 09 2017

    Farrin Anello and Lori Nessel, panelists, Raising the Bar for Immigrant Representation in New Jersey, NJ Lawyer.

  • January 31 2017

    Tara Ragone and John Jacobi, published, The Puzzle of Parity: Implementing Behavioral Health Parity, Briefing Report, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy.

  • January 30 2017

    Tracy Kaye, published, Taxation and Development Incentives in the United States, in Taxation and Development (Karen Brown, ed.) (2017).

  • January 26 2017

    Kristen Boon, presenting, The Security Council and the New Law of Internal Armed Conflict (with co-author Greg Fox), at the MILC Conference on Customary International Law, Manchester, UK.

  • January 25 2017

    Paula Franzese, Keynote, A Return to First Principles, CLE on Attorney Ethics in Digital Forums, presented by Nukk-Freeman Cerra.

  • January 21 2017

    Paula Franzese, panelist, Finding Meaning in the Practice of Law, NJSBA Attorney Ethics CLE.

  • January 20 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Prosecuting Ethically, North Carolina Prosecutors Association, Raleigh.

  • January 19 2017

    Paula Franzese, published, You Are Not Your Grades, National Jurist.

  • January 18 2017

    Gaia Bernstein, published, The End User's Predicament: User Standing in Patent Litigation96 BU L. Rev. 1929 (2016).

  • January 16 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Mind Sciences and the Challenges of Race and Gender, Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ.

  • January 16 2017

    Paula Franzese, panelist, Dr. King's Legacy for Social Justice, MLK Commemoration, Main Campus.

  • January 16 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Mind Sciences and the Challenges of Race and Gender, Peddie School, Hightstown, NJ.

  • January 13 2017

    Jonathan Hafetz, published, The Possibilities and Limitations of Corporations as Protectors of Privacy in the Digital Age, in  Surveillance, Privacy, and Transatlantic Relations (D. Cole, F. Fabbrini & S. Schulhofer, eds.) (Hart 2016).

  • January 13 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness and Legitimacy in Law: Mind Science Insights, University of Wisconsin Law School, Madison.

  • January 12 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Gender Equity, Institute for New Economic Thinking, Webinar.

  • January 12 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Mind Sciences and Fairness for Children, Lawyers for Children, New York.

  • January 07 2017

    Marina Lao, panelist, What to Do About Concentration in the Healthcare Sector: Antitrust and Beyond, AALS.

  • January 05 2017

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Implicit Bias, Identity Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, American Association of Law Schools, San Francisco.

  • January 04 2017

    Marina Lao, panelist, Antitrust: The Centrality of Innovation to the Competition Discourse, AALS.

  • December 16 2016

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, commentator on Understanding the Limits of Sanctuary at the Workshop on Sanctuary, Columbia Law School.

  • December 14 2016

    John Wefing, reappointed to a second term as a member of the Governor’s Council on Higher Education.

  • December 09 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Fairness and Legitimacy: The Selectivity Challenge in International Criminal Law, Am. Soc. Int'l L., Int'l Crim. Law Workshop, SMU Dedman School of Law, Dallas, TX.

  • December 08 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Our Brains on Race: Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, Earthjustice Staff Retreat, San Francisco.

  • December 08 2016

    Tracy Kaye, published, Tax Discrimination: A Comparative Analysis of U.S. and EU Approaches, in Comparative Fiscal Federalism (2d ed.).

  • December 07 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Our Brains on Race: Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Healthcare, NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene supervisor training, New York, NY.

  • November 30 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Identifying Implicit Bias in Article 10 Cases: Bias in Medical Decision-Making, Queens Family Court CLE.

  • November 22 2016

    Farrin Anello, panelist on Immigration Law, New Jersey Judicial College.

  • November 22 2016

    Lori Nessel, panelist on Immigration Law, New Jersey Judicial College.

  • November 21 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Belonging at the Beginning: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, Stereotype Threat in Pre-School, Chelsea Day School Parents meeting, New York, NY.

  • November 18 2016

    Paula Franzese, keynote, A Return to First Principles: Antidotes to the Epidemic of Facelessness, Gibbons Tenth Annual E-Discovery and Ethics Conference

  • November 17 2016

    Tara Ragone, keynoting on Parity and Addressing Barriers to Integrated Care, Annual Conference of the New Jersey Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, in Edison.

  • November 10 2016

    Tracy Kaye, speaker, Tax Transparency: A Tale of Two Countries, 39 Fordham Intl. L. J. 1153 (2016).

  • November 04 2016

    Rachel Godsil, Creating a Culture of Belonging, City Harvest, New York.

  • November 04 2016

    Charles Sullivan, published, Tending the Garden: Restricting Competition via Garden Leave, 37 Berkeley J. Empl. & Lab. L. 293 (2016).

  • November 03 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, Stereotype Threat in Policing, Dane County Police Department, Madison, WI.

  • November 03 2016

    Kristen Boon, publication, UN Sanctions as Regulation, Chinese Journal of International Law (2016).

  • November 01 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, How to Talk About Race, P.S. 261 Community Building, Brooklyn.

  • October 30 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Challenges of Race Talk, Cardozo Law School Community Coalition Building, New York.

  • October 29 2016

    Kristen Boon, Chair, Above the Law? Innovating New Legal Responses to Build A More Accountable UN, International Law Weekend, Fordham.

  • October 28 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness and Justice in the Criminal Justice System, Delaware Criminal Justice Forum, Dover.

  • October 28 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Implicit Bias and Racial Anxiety Challenges for Neutrals New York State Bar Association Dispute Resolution, New York Law School.

  • October 28 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Security, Rights, and Technological Change: Emerging Change in Applying International Law, Int'l Law Weekend, Fordham Law School.

  • October 26 2016

    Kristen Boon, panelist, The Future of the UN, St. John's Law School, panel featuring bloggers from Opinio Juris.

  • October 24 2016

    Margaret Lewis, speaker, US-Asia Law Institute Lunch Dialogue, NYU.

  • October 21 2016

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, speaker, Equal Protection Exceptionalism, at the NYC-Area Junior Faculty Colloquium.

  • October 20 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker,  Judging Fairly, Missouri Judges Association, St. Louis.

  • October 18 2016

    Margaret Lewis, speaking in as part of the National Committee on US-China Relation’s China Town Hall, Cranford.

  • October 13 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Military Commissions under International Law, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle.

  • October 11 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Towards a Fundamental Law of Armed Conflict Detention, Stanford Law School, Palo Alto, CA.

  • October 11 2016

    Tracy Kaye, Guest Lecture on the BEPS project and the U.S. Response to the State Aid decision on Apple, University of Louvain, Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium.

  • October 11 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Georgetown Day School, Creating a Community:  Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Education, Washington, DC.

  • October 07 2016

    Marina Lao, panelist, Innovation Economics and New Business Models: Which Consequences for Antitrust Policy, at The Global Antitrust Economics Conference, Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth, Northwestern Law School, Chicago.

  • October 03 2016

    David White, featured in the ABA's on-line resource, Professional Development For Lawyers.

  • September 29 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Education, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC.

  • September 27 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Promoting Belonging: Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, EarthJustice Staff Retreat, Monterey, CA.

  • September 26 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Fairness in Corrections: Understanding Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat Louisville Metro Corrections, Louisville, KY.

  • September 26 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Mind Science Strategies for Diversity, Louisville Urban League, Business First, Louisville, KY.

  • September 23 2016

    Paula Franzese, Keynote, Holding the Public Trust Even in Virtual Worlds, NJ Attorney General's Office.

  • September 23 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Panelist, Ex Parte Milligan at 150: The Constitution and Military Commissions in American Wars on Terror, Keynote Speaker, Northern Illinois University, Normal, IL.

  • September 23 2016

    Tracy Kaye, Speaker, The United States’ Responsibility in Promoting Financial Transparency, at the NYU School of Law conference, Human Rights and Tax in an Unequal World.

  • September 19 2016

    Rachel Godsil, Panelist, The Mind Sciences Workshop for Allies for Inclusion, National Park Service, Grand Canyon, AZ.

  • September 18 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Challenges to Fairness in Criminal Defense, Second Annual Symposium on Race and Ethnicity for Defense Lawyers, New York, NY.

  • September 16 2016

    John Jacobi, moderating  Analyzing Parity Case Studies, at the Sentinel Project’s conference, 2016: The Puzzle of Parity: Implementing Behavioral Health Parity.

  • September 16 2016

    Tara Ragone, moderating A View from the States: Sampling of State Approaches to Parity Implementation, at the Sentinel Project’s conference, 2016: The Puzzle of Parity: Implementing Behavioral Health Parity.

  • September 15 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Our Brains on Race: Understanding the Science of Equality, Workshop, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ.

  • September 14 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Living Our Values: Challenges from Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, Cardozo Law School Administration Presentation, New York, NY.

  • September 14 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Racial Dynamics in Law Schools, Faculty Colloquium, Cardozo Law School, New York, NY.

  • August 18 2016

    Tara Ragone, panelist, Legal Barriers Related to the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Integrated Behavioral and Physical Health Providers a part of the Centers for Disease Control Public Health Law Program and the Network for Public Health Law Webinar, Public Health Information and Data Sharing: The Legal Framework.

  • July 31 2016

    John Jacobi and Tara Ragone, published, Access to Behavioral Health Services in Marketplace Plans in New Jersey: The Puzzle of Parity, Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy (July 2016).

  • July 26 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Understanding the Mind Sciences" at Developing Critical Consciousness: Transformative Tools for Supporting Educators, Students, Schools, and Communities, NYC Expanded Success Initiative, Brooklyn Law School.

  • July 23 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Finding a Route Past Negative Narratives, National Association of Health Care Journalists, Detroit.

  • July 20 2016

    David Opderbeck, successfully defended his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Systematic and Philosophical Theology at the University of Nottingham.

  • July 14 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Fairness in the Criminal Justice System, St. Paul.

  • July 13 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Implicit Bias Workshop with Lynn, MA Police and Community, Lynn, MA.

  • July 10 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, International Law Professors Delegation, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jerusalem & Tel Aviv.

  • July 09 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Hidden in Plain Sight:  Implicit Bias in the Judicial System and Ourselves, 36th Annual Capital Punishment Training Conference, Warrenton, VA.

  • July 05 2016

    John Jacobi and Tara Ragone, panelists, Integration of Behavioral and Physical Health Care: Licensing and Reimbursement Issues, Garden State Focus, at 30-32 (Summer 2016).

  • June 30 2016

    Tara Ragone, published, Integrating Behavioral and Physical Health Care in New Jersey: Legal Requirements for the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Treatment Providers (June 2016).

  • June 27 2016

    Gaia Bernstein, moderator, Between Europe and the United States: The Israeli Supreme Court in Comparative Perspective, Cardozo Law School.

  • June 22 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Moderator, Obama's Guantanamo: Stories from an Enduring Prison, NYU King Juan Carlos Center, New York.

  • June 17 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Panelist, The Challenge of Prosecuting Acts of Terrorism in Western Legal Systems, United States Holocaust Museum and NYC Police Dep't, One Police Plaza, New York.

  • June 17 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Editor, Obama's Guantanamo: Stories from an Enduring Prison (NYU Press, June 2016).

  • June 16 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Editor, Detention at Sea: The Persistence of Territorial Constraints on Constitutional Rights, in Constitutionalism Across Borders in the Struggle Against Terrorism (F. Fabbrini & V. Jackson eds.) (2016).

  • June 15 2016

    Carl Coleman, Panelist, WHO Guidance on Managing Ethical Issues in Epidemic Outbreaks, 13th World Congress of Bioethics, Edinburgh.

  • June 13 2016

    Rachel Godsil, speaker, Prosecuting Ethically: Risks of Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat, Connecticut State Attorney Annual Training.

  • June 11 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist on Making Explicit Bias Implicit, American Constitution Society Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.

  • June 10 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Defending Fairly, Florida Public Defender Association, Naples, FLA.

  • June 10 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Being Explicit About Implicit Bias, American Constitution Society Annual Convention, Washington, D.C. 

  • June 09 2016

    Rachel Godsil, keynoting on Implicit Bias in Civil Litigation Civil Litigation CLE, Pepper Hamilton, Philadelphia.

  • June 07 2016

    Paula Franzese, Contributing author, Street Smarts for Women Lawyers (New York City Bar Press, 2016).

  • June 04 2016

    Gaia Bernstein, presenting HIPAA: A Road to Patient Empowerment, Health Law Professors Conference, Boston University School of Law.

  • June 04 2016

    Carl Coleman, speaker, Regulating Physician Speech at the ASLME Health Law Professors Conference.

  • June 03 2016

    Tara Ragone, panelist, Legal Barriers to the Sharing of Patient Health Information among Integrated Behavioral and Physical Health Providers,” ASLME Health Law Professors Conference, Boston.

  • June 02 2016

    Solangel Maldonado, panelist, Bias in the Family: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Custody Decisions, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Seattle.

  • June 01 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, Panelist, Meshal v. Higgenbotham, Petition for a Writ of Certiorari, U.S. Supreme Court.

  • May 23 2016

    Michael Risinger, ranked 3rd most cited evidence scholar in the United States by Brian Leiter’s Law School Reports.

  • May 23 2016

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, published, The Preempting of Equal Protection for Immigrants? 73 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 77 (2016).

  • May 21 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, The Power of Perception in Civil Rights Law: Implicit Bias, Microaggression, and Reimagining Diversity, NJSBA Annual Convention.

  • May 21 2016

    Paula Franzese, speaker, Building a Civics Curriculum into Grades K-12, Montessori Schools/Kid Esteem.

  • May 21 2016

    Linda Fisher, speaker, Zen and the Art of Legal Scholarship According to Marc Poirier, at the Association for Law, Property & Society Annual Meeting.

  • May 21 2016

    Lori Nessel, commentator at the Immigration Law Professors Workshop, Michigan State University School of Law.

  • May 20 2016

    Gaia Bernstein, commentator, Emerging Scholars Workshop, Duke Law School.

  • May 20 2016

    Solangel Maldonado, panelist, Law’s Defense of Intimate Association, Northeast People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, St. John’s University.

  • May 18 2016

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

  • May 14 2016

    Linda Fisher, presenter, Foreclosure Echo at the Progressive Property Scholars Conference.

  • May 14 2016

    Paula Franzese, panelist, The Implied Warranty of Habitability Lives: Making Real the Promise of Landlord Tenant Reform, Progressive Property Conference, Seton Hall.

  • May 13 2016

    Tracy Kaye, panelist on the Tax Administration’s Growing Reliance on Financial Institutions to Minimize Offshore Evasion, National Tax Association and American Tax Policy Institute’s 46th Annual Spring Symposium Tax Policy at the Crossroads: The Increasing Role of the Private Sector in Tax Administration, Washington, DC.

  • May 12 2016

    Paula Franzese, submission of amicus brief to the Federal Circuit in Romanoff v. US, an eminent domain petition for rehearing of a panel's ruling on the scope of the Fifth Amendment's takings clause.

  • May 12 2016

    Gaia Bernstein, commentator, CULP Colloquium, Duke Law School.

  • May 11 2016

    Carl Coleman, videoconference, The International Regulatory Environment Governing Biospecimen Research: Considerations for Developing Drugs for Neglected Diseases, at Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative, Geneva.

  • May 08 2016

    Paula Franzese, Special Guest on WSOS radio Thank God for Monday's Mother's Day Special.

  • May 06 2016

    Stephen Lubben, speaker, Always Crashing in the Same Car: Clearinghouse Recovery and Resolution, the "Invited Lecture" at the 2016 Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Law and Finance Conference on Payment, Clearing, and Settlement Systems: Confronting their Systemic Risk and Ensuring their Stability, Chicago.

  • May 05 2016

    Tracy Kaye, panelist, How to Combine International and Comparative Taxation into "Domestic" US Law Schools Tax Courses, ABA May Tax Section Meeting.

  • May 03 2016

    Rachel Godsil and Tiffany Williams, speakers, Interventions to Disrupt the Effects of Implicit Bias and Racial Anxiety on Student Outcomes, MidAtlantic Equity Conference, Linthicum, MD.

  • May 03 2016

    Jenny-Brooke Condon, Works-in-Progress presenter, Scrutinizing Immigration Federalism, AALS Clinical Conference.

  • April 29 2016

    Rachel Godsil, panelist, Defending Ethically: Tools from the Mind Sciences, Mississippi Public Defenders Association, Natchez.

  • April 22 2016

    Stephen Lubben, panelist, Puerto Rico and the Bankruptcy Clause, University of Michigan School of Law, Ann Arbor.

  • April 22 2016

    Marina Lao, panelist on The Sharing Economy: Disrupting, Sharing and Building A New Way Forward, at the Better Business Bureau Conference 2016, Washington, DC.

  • April 22 2016

    Professor Lori Nessel, Director of the Center for Social Justice, in the Star-Ledger: there is no correlation between immigration status and the propensity to commit a crime

  • April 20 2016

    Jonathan Hafetz, panelist, Litigation Across Borders: Human Rights Enforcement in Transnational Counterterrorism Operations, Faculty Colloquium, Pace Law School.