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On March 31st, Professor Scott Gerber presented "Clarence Thomas, Fisher v. University of Texas, and the Future of Affirmative Action in Higher Education" to a faculty colloquium at Georgia State University College of Law .
Professor Scott Gerber was interviewed on March 25th by the ABA Journal on why Justic Thomas is so quiet on the bench.
On March 21st, Professor Scott Gerber's paper Law and Religion in Colonial Connecticut was part of the regional faculty workshop at Valparaiso University Law School.
On February 28th, Professor Scott Gerber presented at the University of Chicago as part of the annual symposium of the Midwest Journal of Law & Policy. The symposium is on The Jurisprudence of Affirmative Action: Past, Present, and Future .
Professor Lauren Newell , presented Redefining Attention (and Revamping the Legal Profession?) for the Digital Generation, on February 21st at UNLV's Psychology and Lawyering: Coalescing the Field conference. The webcast for the conference is available here and Lauren appears at the end of Panel 2.
In February 2014, Assistant Professor Lauren Newell will present Redefining Attention (and Revamping the Legal Profession?) for the Digital Generation in Las Vegas at the Psychology and Lawyering: Coalescing the Field conference hosted by UNLV.
Congratulations to Professor Bruce Frohnen who will be serving as a Charles Evans Hughes Professor of Jurisprudence at Colgate University for the spring semester of 2014.
Rick Bales co-authored casebook Cooper, Nolan, Bales, & Beford, ADR in the Workplace (West 2014) was published in early February.
On January 21st, Professor Scott D. Gerber presented Law and Religion in Colonial Connecticut at a faculty workshop at Regent University School of Law.
Richard Bales will be on a panel at the AALS Annual Meeting in January 2014 discussing student and student-faculty scholarship.