NDLS Communicator: Week of 01.20.20
The Latest News
- University of Chicago Law Review publishes papers from Veronica Root Martinez’s symposium
- Panel discusses Jeff Pojanowski’s paper at AALS Annual Meeting
- Mary Ellen O'Connell in the news Rick Garnett quoted by Education Week
- Ed Edmonds talks to CNN
- Philanthropy and Society students award $83,000 to local nonprofits
This Week's Events
- Tuesday, January 21: Faculty Colloquium, Lloyd Mayer
- Wednesday, January 22: Intersectionality in the Midwest Suffrage Movement with Professor Jamie Wagman of St. Mary's College
- Thursday, January 23: Conversation with Professor Smith: 2nd Amendment Rights for People of Color
- Thomas Jefferson, Race, Slavery, and the Problem of American Nationhood
- Friday, January 24: How Women Have Shaped the Judiciary
- The panelists include: Judge Amy Coney Barrett ’97 J.D. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; Judge Elizabeth Tavitas ’85, ’90 J.D. of the Indiana Court of Appeals; Chief Justice Loretta Rush of the Indiana Supreme Court; and Judge Elizabeth Hurley ’95 J.D. of the Superior Court of St. Joseph County will moderate the discussion
- Reception and view of the exhibit, 100 Years After the 19th Amendment: Their Legacy, and Our Future, to follow in the Kresge Law Library
Around the Watercooler
- Welcome New Staff
- Happy Birthday!
- FANS, a non-profit providing educational services to empower ex-offenders that Ali Wruble is involved with, is thrilled to be featured as a community partner at South Bend Brew Werks during January as part of their Beer4Good program!
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