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NDLS Communicator: Week of 09.21.20

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The Latest News

  • Notre Dame Law faculty reflect on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy
  • Faculty and students celebrate John Finnis as he moves to emeritus status
  • Longtime research librarians Dwight King and Warren Rees announce retirement
  • ND Law's presence at the U.S. Supreme Court continues to grow
  • ND Journal of Legislation hosts virtual talk with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
  • Jimmy Gurulé publishes second edition of his casebook, ‘National Security Law and The Constitution’
  • Paul Miller’s book 'Fiduciaries and Trust' published by Cambridge University Press
  • Mark Telloyan published in the Consumer Bankruptcy Newsletter of the American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Join Veronica Root on September 22, for "It Doesn't Just Happen: Building Ethical Workplaces." The event is part of Research Uncorked, which features informal interviews with leading scholars and scientists.

Upcoming Events

  • Monday, September 21: Revisiting Don't Ask Don't Tell: A Conversation with Eric Alva
  • Wednesday, September 23: Faculty Meeting
  • NDRELS Presents: A Chat with Seth O'Byrne from Hot Properties: San Diego
  • "Biglaw" and International Legal Practice
  • Presidential Power in the Age of Trump: What are Its True Extent and Limits?
  • Thursday, September 24: Law Academy Meeting
  • Intellectual Property, Masks and the Public Interest
  • Virtual Happy Hour with Chris Stevens, Keurig Co-Founder
  • Friday, September 25: Private Law Workshop: John Goldberg, Harvard
  • Saturday, September 26: Notre Dave at Wake Forest

Around the Watercooler

  • Happy Birthday!
  • The Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights announces an important new initiative: Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary. A weekly lecture series via Zoom.
  • Red Mass September 30, 2020 5:15 p.m. Basilica of the Sacred Heart


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