Professor Yankah To Deliver Keynote on Criminal Law and the Opioid Epidemic

Professor Ekow Yankah will deliver the keynote speech at the 2018 Westheimer Peace Symposium at Wilmington College. His speech is titled "Addiction, Race and Social Bonds: A History of Law Enforcement in America."

Professor Stein to Give Talk on “Adultery, Infidelity and Consensual Non-Monogamy”

Professor Edward Stein will give a talk at UC-Hastings Law School on Tuesday, September 25 titled “Adultery, Infidelity and Consensual Non-Monogamy.”

Professor Gebru to Present TED Talk on Patents, Disclosure & Biopiracy

Professor Aman Gebru has accepted an offer to publish his latest paper, "Patents, Disclosure & Biopiracy" in the Denver Law Review (Vol. 96, Issue 3, April 2019). He will present the same paper at the IP Speakers Series at George Washington University School of Law on September 26, 2018.

Professor Nash Testifies at City Hearing on Immigration Issues

The hearing was on a resolution to support congressional legislation that would dismantle ICE and legislation that would prevent the city from contracting with entities that engage in immigration enforcement.

Professor Rosenfeld Keynote Speaker at International Symposium of the Constitutional Research Institute

September 7, 2018 - Professor Michel Rosenfeld was one of the three foreign keynote speakers (the other two were a former Justice of the Constitutional court of Germany and the former Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia) at the International Symposium of the Constitutional Research Institute sponsored by the Constitutional Court of South Korea.

Professor Gilles Named as a Top-Cited Civil Procedure Scholar by Leiter Reports

September 5, 2018 - Professor Myriam Gilles was named number 5 on the list of the 10 most cited civil procedure faculty in the nation, according to Leiter Reports.

Professor Gilles specializes in class actions and aggregate litigation, and has written extensively on class action waivers in arbitration clauses. She also writes on structural reform litigation and tort law and has testified before Congress on consumer protections.

Professor Sebok Named as One of Nation's Most-Cited Torts Faculty

September 5, 2018 - The Brian Leiter's Law School Reports named Professor Anthony Sebok one of the most cited faculty members in the U.S. who works partly in torts. The blog took data for the period from 2013 to 2017. In that time frame, he was cited 250 times. Congratulations to Professor Sebok!