During the week of Aug. 15, California Supreme Court Associate Justice Carol A. Corrigan will serve as the Judge James J. Clynes, Jr. Visiting Chair in the Ethics of Litigation Within the Judicial Process. Justice Corrigan will teach in the Intensive Trial Advocacy program.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will hold a conversation with Notre Dame law students Wednesday, September 2, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom. She will talk with students about a variety of issues in the conversation moderated by Jennifer Mason McAward, associate professor of law and acting director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Professor Rick Garnett co-authored with John Inazu (Wash. U.) and Mike McConnell (Stanford) the opinion article How to Protect Endangered Religious Groups You Admire in Christianity Today on August 4, 2015.
Douglass Cassel, Professor of Law and advisor to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, has been named by the Colombian government to a high-level bilateral working group (subcomisión) on justice.
Shashan DeYoung knew the odds were against her to attend law school. As an African American single mom to twins, she realized her chances for success in law school might be lower than many of her classmates. But she was determined. “Statistically I am not expected to succeed,” she said. “I knew a program like ICLEO would give me the support I needed and would boost my experience, knowledge and confidence.” This summer, Notre Dame Law School hosted DeYoung and 18 other students as Fellows of the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity (ICLEO) at its Summer Institute Program.
Professor Mary Ellen O’Connell was quoted in the Aleteia article Iran Nuclear Agreement Hailed as Important Step in Non-Proliferation on July 15.
Professor Jimmy Gurulé was quoted in the USA Today article :Manhunt for ‘El Chapo’ races clock":http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2015/07/13/el-chapo-manhunt/30075467/ on July 13.
Professor Jimmy Gurulé was quoted in the NBC News article "Could ‘El Chapo’s’ Escape Damage U.S.-Mexico Relations? ":http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/el-chapos-escape-could-damage-u-s-mexico-trust-n391331 on July 13.
Professor Rick Garnett was quoted in The Atlantic article Gay Marriage and the Future of Evangelical Colleges on July 14.
Despite the stormy weather in New York City June 16, more than 170 Notre Dame Lawyers turned out for the 5th Annual NDL-NYC Reception held at the beautiful Union League Club.
Amelia Yowell, J.D. ’11, has been selected as the 2015-2016 Supreme Court Fellow assigned to the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.
When Alisa Finelli, JD ’15, learned that she had won the national Pro Bono Award from the Super Lawyers rating service, she was grateful for the recognition the prize would bring to the Volunteer Lawyer Network, whose director, Mark J. Torma, ND ’97, had nominated her for the prize.
Graduating Notre Dame Law students were honored today at the first annual “Prize Day” with awards for activities ranging from academic performance to service to the Notre Dame and greater community.
Anthony J. Bellia Jr., O’Toole Professor of Constitutional Law at Notre Dame Law School and recipient of the 2015 Law School Distinguished Teaching Award, will address the graduates at Notre Dame Law School’s 2015 Commencement ceremonies on May 16.
A two-day conference begins tomorrow at Notre Dame University London Law Center with more than 25 experts exploring the financing of terrorism and strategies to combat terrorism, with a keen focus on ISIS.
Katie Jo Luningham, 3L, has been named a Burton Distinguished Legal Writing Award Winner, one of the highest national awards for student legal writing. Her paper Resisting Rulemaking: Challenging the Montana Settlement’s Title IX Sexual Harassment Blueprint, was published last year in the Notre Dame Law Review.
The Notre Dame Law School’s Program on Church, State, and Society sponsored an opportunity for four students to travel to Italy over spring break to participate in the Fondazione Studium Generale Marcianum Moot Court Competition on Law and Religion in Venice. The competition brought together law students from the United States and Europe to argue a case on religious accommodation, and examine issues of religious freedom through a comparative lens.
Professor Richard Garnett has been appointed as The Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Corporation Professor of Law.