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  • ND Law Review symposium features Q&A with Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh
  • Stephanie Barclay will speak at the UC Hastings Law Journal's annual symposium, "The Present and Future of Religious Freedom" on Feb 3. She will discuss the development of the Free Exercise Clause and the future of religious freedom.
  • Diane Desierto has published, "Global Perspectives on Teaching International Investment Arbitration: Teaching International Investment Arbitration in the Global North and the Global South" in the Kluwer Arbitration Blog.
  • Rick Garnett was also quoted in the Tablet article, "Supreme Court to Hear Case of Postal Worker Forced to Work on Sundays." He also joined other law professors in filing an amicus brief in the case.
  • David McIlroy is appearing in the United Kingdom Supreme Court on February 1-2, on behalf of the Consumer Association in the case of Barclays Bank v Philipp, which will decide the extent to which banks in England are liable for failing to prevent their customers falling victim to scams.
  • Max Gaston joined ND Stories to talk about the Law School's initiatives and the new DEI Podcast.
  • John Meiser was quoted in a WUWM Milwaukee article, "Muslim inmate denied rights to prayer by Wisconsin jail," about why the Religious Liberty Clinic filed an amicus brief in the case.
  • Carter Snead was quoted in an article about last week's panel discussion about caring for women and children in a post- Roe world, sponsored by the de Nicola Center’s “Women and Children First Initiative
  • Barry Cushman has posted Court-Packing in Context which is forthcoming in the Journal of Supreme Court History.

Student News

  • 3L Kelly Heilman has been awarded the 2023 Benowitz Law Recognizing Public Servants Scholarship award.
  • The Program on Church, State & Society is pleased to announce a writing competition on topics and questions within the Program’s focus.


  • Monday, January 30: They Called Me Dennis: A Journey from Messenger to Justice with Justice Dumisa Ntsebeza, 12:30 p.m., McCartan Courtroom. Justice Dumisa Ntsebeza of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights will speak to the Notre Dame community.
  • Law & Economics workshop, 12:30 p.m., 2130 Eck Hall of Law John Duffy, University of Virginia, will present.
  • Tuesday, January 31: Los Angeles County Museum of Art General Counsel Jeffrey Blair, 12:30 p.m., 1140 Eck Hall of Law
  • Wednesday, February 1: Q&A with Former Solicitor General, 12:30 p.m., 1130 Eck Hall of Law Former Solicitor General, Noel Francisco, will discuss his career.

Around the Watercooler

  • Congratulations to the Matozzos!


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