NDLS Communicator

Title

NDLS Communicator: Week of 10.26.20

Document Type

Newsletter

Publication Date

10-26-2020

Abstract

The Latest News

  • ND Law’s Religious Liberty Initiative represents Muslim voices defending Jewish groups subject to discriminatory COVID-19 closures
  • LL.M., J.S.D. alumni fight for human rights through work at International Criminal Court
  • Patrick Thomas quoted by Forbes
  • Carter Snead interviewed by Crux
  • ND Law colleagues in the news about Amy Coney Barrett
  • Jay Tidmarsh gave the inaugural lecture in an annual series on English legal history
  • Sam Bray participated in a panel with the University of Chicago Federalist Society about national injunctions
  • Carter Snead participated in a discussion with Lou Nanni about giving to Notre Dame
  • Veronica Root participated in a panel discussion at George Washington University Law School, "Visions of Change: A Series on Racial Justice in American Law—Race and the Corporation"
  • Stephanie Barclay and Rick Garnett will be part of the Nootbaar Fellows Program at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law
  • Website Updates

Upcoming Events

  • Monday, October 26: IP Lecture Series: Professor Anjali Vats, The Color of Creatorship: Intellectual Property, Race, and the Making of Americans
  • Religious Freedom in Flux: A Conversation about Recent U.S. Supreme Court Rulings and its Upcoming Term
  • Consider This! COVID-19 Pandemic and Athletics
  • Tuesday, October 27: PECI Speaker: Advocating for Ethics in Government, Donald Sherman from CREW
  • Wednesday, October 28: Faculty Meeting via Zoom
  • A Conversation with Judge Amul Thapar
  • Debate on the US International Policy
  • Catholic Education, the Supreme Court, and School Choice, with John Schoenig from ACE and Nicole Garnett via Zoom
  • Thursday, October 29: NDI Global Roundtable Series: The Pandemic and Its Effects on Primary and Secondary Education
  • The Story of the War on Terror and the Rule of Law: Rendition, Torture, Habeas Corpus and the Guantanamo Bay Detentions
  • Wrongfully Convicted: The Story of Patrick Pursley
  • Who Owns Public Art? via Zoom
  • Friday, October 30: The Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights, Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary: Voting Rights, with The Honorable Eric. H. Holder, Jr., 82nd Attorney General of the United States
  • Saturday, October 31: Notre Dame at Georgia Tech

Around the Watercooler

  • Happy Birthday!

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