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NDLS Communicator: Week of 10.28.19

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The Latest News

  • Mary Ellen O'Connell in the news
  • Sam Bray mentioned in SCOTUS Blog
  • Rick Garnett writes for Real Clear News
  • Patrick Corrigan in Bloomberg
  • Advocates spread the word about Indiana expungement law
  • 'What Would You Fight For?' features client of IP & Entrepreneurship Clinic
  • ND Law students win top prizes in annual religious liberty writing contest
Faculty Happenings
  • A.J. Bellia looks to international law to reconcile federalism and textualism in a new paper, "The International Law Origins of American Federalism," forthcoming in Columbia Law Review.
  • Veronica Root Martinez hosted a roundtable on equity with scholars from across the country last week at Notre Dame's Chicago office.
  • Mary Ellen O'Connell discussed her new book, "The Art of Law in the International Community," at Boston College Law School last week.
  • Mark McKenna and the ND Technology Ethics Center hosted The Deepfake Conference on October 18. It was mentioned in the Axios Future newsletter.

This Week’s Events

  • Monday, October 28: IP Lecture Series: Ken Germain, Senior Counsel at Wood Herron & Evans
  • SBA Professor Series: Tricia Bellia
  • A Conversation with Institute for Justice Senior Attorney, Bob McNamara
  • Tuesday, October 29: Remain in Mexico: How Tent Courts Fail Asylum Seekers and Abandon Due Process with Lisa Koop
  • Faculty Visitor, Cree Jones, University of Chicago Law School
  • Women of Color in Law with Cecilia Monterrosa and Roxanne Johnson
  • Wednesday, October 30: Faculty Meeting
  • Transitioning from Private to Government and Back Again with Laura Ranum from Sotos Law Firm
  • Thursday, October 31: Faculty Visitor, Talia Gillis, Harvard Law
  • China's Legal System with Yang Ming, Peking University
  • The Pernicious Doctrine of Stare Decisis: An Enthusiastic Dissent from a Ridiculous Idea with Michael Stokes Paulsen, St. Thomas School of Law, and Randy Kozel
  • Come learn and celebrate Día de los Muertos with HLSA and the SBA Spirit and Diversity & Inclusion Committees
  • Law School Trick or Treating
  • Friday, November 1: Law & Economics Seminar: Peg Brinig
  • Saturday, November 2: Notre Dame v. Virginia Tech

Around the Watercooler

  • Fall Break Kickoff Lunch
  • Happy Birthday!
  • Benefit selection deadline is Nov. 1
  • Caregivers Support Group


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