Professor Colleen Graffy Presents "Pandemic Pedagogy: Technology to the Rescue!" -- Southern Illinois University School of Law
Professor Colleen P. Graffy spoke at the Southern Illinois University School of Law's virtual symposium, "Innovations in International Legal Education during the Pandemic."
Professor Babette Boliek, "Upgrading Unconscionability: A Common Law Ally for a Digital World" -- Maryland Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Babette E. Boliek's article, "Upgrading Unconscionability: A Common Law Ally for a Digital World," will be published in the Maryland Law Review.
Professor Shelley Saxer, "Necessity Exceptions to Takings" -- University of Hawaii Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Shelley Ross Saxer's article, "Necessity Exceptions to Takings," will be published in the University of Hawaii Law Review.
Professor Victoria Schwartz, "Leveling up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy" -- University of Colorado Law Review (forthcoming)
Professor Victoria L. Schwartz's article, "Leveling up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy," will be published in the University of Colorado Law Review.
On March 24, Professor Singh presented to an audience of Colombian lawyers, law students, and ADR practitioners at an international forum, 30 Años de la Conciliacion en Colombia, which centered on the past, present, and future of conflict resolution.
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston is quoted in a Politico Legal article on the college players' challenge to NCAA amateurism rules in Alston v. NCAA, pending before the US Supreme Court.
Professors Jeffrey Baker and Tanya Cooper Present "Legal and Christian Responses to Human Trafficking" -- Lakeland University
Professors Tanya Cooper and Jeff Baker joined Dr. Letitia Campbell of Emory University Candler School of Theology and Dr. Julie Mavity Maddelena of Lakeland University to address human trafficking and discuss legal, social, economic, and community responses to trafficking.
Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh, who serves as the Straus Institute’s Judge Danny Weinstein Managing Director, judged the Final Round of the International Mediation Competition hosted by Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law in Punjab, India.
Professors Tiffany Williams and Harry Caldwell, "No Girl Left Behind: Girls Courts as a Restorative Justice Approach to Healing" -- Seton Hall Law Review (forthcoming)
Professors Tiffany M. Williams and Harry M. Caldwell have co-authored an article on a reformed approach to the juvenile justice system that will be published in the Seton Hall Law Review.