NDLS Communicator: Week of 03.02.20
The Latest News
- Rick Garnett interviewed on Bloomberg Law
- Veronica Root Martinez writes for Jotwell
- Sam Bray testifies before the Senate Judiciary Panel on Universal Injunctions
- Judy Fox on ABC 57 News
- ND grant will fund research to confront Church’s sex abuse crisis
- 70th Annual Moot Court Showcase Oral Argument
- International scholars discuss constitutional law at London roundtable
- Congratulations! This past weekend the Notre Dame Law School National Trial Competition Trial Team competed at the National Trial Competition Regional in Cleveland, Ohio.
- Lloyd Mayer examines church versus fundamental public policy conflicts that could threaten tax-exempt status in "What Is Caesar's, What Is God's: Fundamental Public Policy for Churches."
- Paul Miller and Julian Velasco both presented papers at the 2020 William and Mary Law Review Symposium on The Future of Fiduciary Law in Williamsburg on February 21-22.
- Mark Telloyan gave a presentation to the Elkhart Bar Association on "Basic Concepts in Bankruptcy Law" on February 20.
This Week's Events
- Monday, March 2: Faith, Police and Police Discipline Matrix: Teach-In
- Week Against Mass Incarceration letter writing campaign
- Tuesday, March 3: Faculty Colloquium, Josh Kleinfeld, Northwestern
- Cruel and New: Why Supermax, Lethal Injection, and Mass Incarceration Violate the Original Meaning of the Eighth Amendment but the Firing Squad Doesn’t
- Wednesday, March 4: Faculty Meeting
- Black Lives Matter: Teach-In
- Friday, March 6: Notre Dame's Private Prison Investments: Teach-In
- March 9-13: Spring Break
- Friday, March 20: Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy Symposium will offer CLE credit to Notre Dame Law faculty.
- Thursday, March 26: The Federalist Society and Program on Constitutional Structure will host Judges Elizabeth Branch, Britt Grant, and Joan Larsen for a panel discussion about their careers, experiences in the judiciary, and the role of judges in the federal and state courts.
- Monday, March 30: Mary Ann Glendon, the Learned Hand Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, will give the inaugural Rice-Hasson Distinguished Lecture on "Human Ecology and the Legal Vocation."
Around the Watercooler
- Lenten Healing Prayer Service for Staff Staff Chaplain Fr. Jim Bracke, C.S.C. invites all staff to a Lenten Prayer Service on Wednesday, March 4
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