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Professor Scott Gerber was quoted in Concurring Opinions about Justice Thomas's approach to race-hate speech and the First Amendment .
On May 20th, Professor Lauren Newell presented Technology, Empathy, and Client Counseling—Uneasy Bedfellows? at the University of Kentucky College of Law Developing Ideas Conference in Lexington.
On May 1, Professor Deidré Keller presented her work-in-progress If IP is Property, the Public Trust Doctrine Ought to Inform Our Understanding of the Public Domain on a panel moderated by Paul Heald (Illinois).
Staff Attorney & Instructor, Micaela Deming served as lead panelist in May on a webinar by the ABA Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence on Your Own Shingle: Attorneys in Private Practice Representing Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence.
Professor Lauren Newell has been selected to present on a panel at the 17th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference in Seattle on Thursday, April 16, 2015. The panel’s title is Drunk, Disorderly, and in Dispute. She will be presenting with Professors Rishi Batra (Texas Tech) Law and Erin Archerd (Ohio State).
Professor Jean-Marie Kamitali has been invited to the Democratic Republic of the Congo as legal expert to provide a regional training on early warning for the prevention of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. This training is organized by the United Nations, Office of the UN Special Advisor on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect in collaboration with the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region. The training will take place from April 9-11 in Goma and April 13-15 in Bukavu, both cities are located in the Eastern Democratic of the Congo, a region that has been in conflict since 1996 and now considered as the home to the deadliest conflict since World War II with Over 5.4 million dead and Over 2 million displaced. These trainings will be provided to administrative, military and political officials as well as representatives of the leading civil society members.
In early April, Professor Bruce Frohnen gave a presentation at an interdisciplinary conference on "Diversity/ Conformity, and Conscience in Contemporary America" at St. Vincent College's Center for Political and Economic Thought.
Professor Micaela Deming argued before the 4th District Court of Appeals on April 2. On May 11, she will be co-presenting for a teleconference by the ABA's Commission on Domestic Violence called "Setting Out Your Own Shingle" about opening a law practice to serve survivors of domestic violence.
Professor Scott Gerber's forthcoming article in the April issue of the American Journal of Legal History will be the lead article, and has been cited in the Legal History Blog and the Religion Clause Blog.
In April, Professor Lauren Newell presented, Drunk, Disorderly, and in Dispute: Dealing with Impaired Parties in Mediation at the 17th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference in Seattle.