News and Notes
Rick Garnett was quoted in the Religion News Service article Supreme Court wrestles with accommodating religious faith on the job on February 25.
Jimmy Gurulé talks to The Indiana Lawyer on The ruling in Sokolow v. The Palestinian Liberation Organization in the article Professor says verdict highlights need for Congress to revisit terrorism law on February 24.
The staff of the Journal of College and University Law announced that Christie Brunty has been elected Editor-in-Chief for Volume 42.
Jimmy Gurulé was quoted in the following sources:
- NPR and affiliates U.S. Federal Jury Finds PA And PLO Liable For Israel Attacks on February 23.
- ABC News57 story Malls on high alert after terror threats on February 23.
NDLS Students Present Papers at Dublin Law Colloquium
Jimmy Gurulé was quoted in the International Business Times article Who Caused The Financial Crisis? Prosecutors Face 3-Month Deadline For Bringing Charges In The Subprime Mortgage Mess on February 19.
Welcome Catherine Behan to NDLS! Catherine is our new director of communications.
Doug Cassel has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship.
The staff of the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy announced that Neysa Nankervis has been elected Editor-in-Chief for Volume 30.
The staff of the Notre Dame Law Review announced that Paul Beach will be the new Editor-in-Chief for Volume 91.
God. Country. Notre Dame.
Perhaps no man in recent memory has better embodied the motto inscribed over the door to the Sacred Heart Basilica than Professor Charles E. Rice. A devout Catholic, a Marine, a professor, and a coach, Professor Rice did it all, and always with an abounding sense of humor and purpose. It is therefore with a heavy heart that the Law School announces his passing on February 25, 2015.
DUBLIN — Third-year NDLS students Felicia Caponigri and Francesca Genova were in Ireland February 7 to present at the seventh annual Trinity College Dublin Law Student Colloquium, “ReTHINKing Law.”
Friday, February 27, 2015
The Judge will deliver remarks, followed by Q&A.
Sponsor: Federalist Society
End of week get-together sponsored by the Christian Legal Society.
We will be providing some appetizers. Our faculty sponsor, Professor John Nagle, will be joining us.
Monday, March 2, 2015
Emilio Álvarez Icaza, Executive Secretary of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, will speak at Notre Dame Law School.
The Law School will have an information session to discuss a range of study abroad programs available to NDLS students. Second-year and third-year students are eligible to study in London or at one of our exchange programs in Chile, China, Ireland, and Italy. A new exchange program in Switzerland is also imminent and we anticipate that students will be able to apply for that as well.
Law faculty and students will discuss the opportunities to study abroad including:
Three-week Intellectual Property Summer Program in London (July 20-August 7, 2015)
Fall/Spring/Full Year London Program for 2Ls and 3Ls
Exchange Programs in Dublin, Beijing, Santiago, Milan, and Lucerne.
Please come on March 2 to learn more. Food will be provided. In the meantime, you can find details on these programs at our International Portal. http://law.nd.edu/international/
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