Notre Dame Defends Religious Freedom in Oak Flat Oral Argument
NOTRE DAME DEFENDS RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN OAK FLAT ORAL ARGUMENT Government Must Justify Its Actions, Correct Double Standard that Disenfranchises Native Americans at Sacred Sites Notre Dame Law School Religious...
In Memoriam: Judge Edward Leavy ’53 J.D.
Judge Edward Leavy ’53 J.D., senior judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, died on March 12 after a remarkable life and legal career. He was...
Professor Diane Desierto serves as co-counsel in landmark UN ruling for Filipina ‘comfort women’
Diane Desierto, law professor and faculty director for the Law School’s LL.M. Program in International Human Rights Law, began her career in 2004 seeking reparations and justice for Filipina women who...
The DEI Podcast with Max Gaston
The DEI Podcast at Notre Dame Law School explores the concepts of diversity, equity, inclusion, culture, belonging, unity, and creativity as they arise in the context of law, and key social and cultural issues. The podcast is hosted by the Law School’s DEI Director Max Gaston.
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To Speak Freely: Freedom of Expression in the Digital Age
Join the de Nicola Center for a panel conversation on The Collapse of Freedom of Expression: Reconstructing the Ancient Roots of Modern...
The Global Water Crisis and the Importance of Human-Rights-Based Approaches to Water Stewardship in Mining and Other Industries
WHAT: Listen as the Sustainability and Human Rights Initiative (SHRI) team discusses their framework for a human-rights-based approach to water stewardship. Special...
Carson v. Makin, Parental Choice, and Religious Liberty
On March 15, 2023, the University of Notre Dame Press will publish The Case for Parental Choice: God, Family, and Educational Liberty by John E. Coons…
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