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Faculty Scholarship & News
Professor Rebekah Diller will co-facilitate a Community Gathering on Adult Guardianship Reform on May 13 and Professor Betsy Ginsberg will be a Session Speaker at Clinic Advocacy During and Post COVID: Collaboration Across Clinics on May 13. Director of Externships & Field Clinics Robbi Smith will facilitate three working groups at the AALS Clinical Conference on May 9. The topics are: Experiential Course Design; Experiential Faculty Roles; and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Experiential Programs.
Professor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum co-authored in OpinioJuris “Symposium in Pursuit of Intersectional Justice at the International Criminal Court: Group One – Sexual Slavery is Enslavement.”
- Professor Jeanne Schroeder and Professor David Carlson’s paper “Third Party Releases Under the Bankruptcy Code After Purdue Pharma” will be published by the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review next year.
- Professor Edward Zelinsky’s article “Is Bitcoin Prudent? Is Art Diversified? Offering Alternative Investments to 401(k) Participants” was published in Connecticut Law Review.
Seventh Annual Civil Procedure Workshop
co-hosted by Professors Myriam Gilles and Alexander Reinert
Thursday, May 19 - Friday, May 20
30th Annual Inspire! Awards
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Register here to attend remotely
sponsored by the Center for Public Service Law
Monday, May 23
Class of 2022 Awards Ceremony
Tuesday, May 31
Class of 2022 Commencement
Tuesday, May 31