Professor David S. Han's article, "Constitutional Rights and Technological Change," has been published in the UC Davis Law Review.
Professor Robert Anderson,"Contract Design, Default Rules, and Delaware Corporate Law" -- Washington and Lee Law Review
Professor Robert Anderson's article,"Contract Design, Default Rules, and Delaware Corporate Law," has been published in the Washington and Lee Law Review.
On November 6, 2020, Caruso Law hosted the inaugural Black Women and the Law Summit: Invisibly Visible, Black Women in the Law Matter. The event drew an audience of over three hundred attendees on Zoom, and more than 900 viewers via the livestream on Facebook.
Professor Knaplund's most recent article, "Children of Assisted Reproduction vs. Old Dynasty Trusts: A New Approach," 57 San Diego L. Rev. 301 (2020), was featured in the November ABA magazine, "Probate and Property."
Professor Thomas Stipanowich Presents "Combinations and Permutations: Creating a Solution-Driven Dispute Resolution Process" -- Fordham School of Law
The Fordham School of Law Conference on International Arbitration and Mediation was part of New York International Arbitration Week.
Professor Ed Larson, "Georgia's Republican Senators Falsely Claimed Election Fraud" -- NBC News Webpage
Professor Edward J. Larson co-authored the opinion piece on Georgia's senators with former assistant attorney general, Stuart M. Gerson.
Professor Colleen Graffy Discusses "Democracy and Dissent: Is Confrontational Politics Here to Stay?" -- BBC Radio 3
Professor Colleen P. Graffy, along with Washington Post columnist Henry Olsen, discussed where the Trump presidency sits within the Republican tradition of political thought.
Professor Thomas Stipanowich Presents "Collaborative Solutions for Cross-Border Disputes" -- JAMS Global Webinar Series
The program was presented by JAMS, Weinstein International Foundation, Union Internationale des Advocats, and took place on November 12.
Professor Tiffany Williams Speaks on Current Coverage Challenges with Sex Abuse Claims -- ABA Women in Insurance Network
Professor Tiffany Williams spoke on insurance coverage challenges with sex abuse claims for an ABA Women in Insurance virtual presentation.