November 22, 2019. Professor Aziz was invited by the Center for Middle East Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center to deliver a presentation on “U.S. Foreign Policy in Egypt” as part of its Egypt Salon Lecture Series. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FREo6jyxR5A
Month: November 2019
Professor Katie Eyer Publishes Article on Obstacles Discrimination Litigants Face
November 25, 2019. Professor Katie Eyer’s article, “The Return of the Technical McDonnell Douglas Paradigm” was published in the Washington Law Review. In the article, Professor Eyer examines how the primary framework through which courts examine anti-discrimination law claims– the McDonnell Douglas Paradigm–is erroneously applied to block valid discrimination claims. Article available here.
Prof. Perry Dane guest lectures in course on “US-Israel Relations and the Israeli Palestinian Conflict.”
November 14, 2019. Professor Dane featured as guest lecturer for University of Georgia’s Washington Semester Program in Washington, DC.
Prof. Perry Dane on “The Second Amendment Outside the Home”
November 6, 2019. Professor Dane appeared at a public event hosted by the Federalist Society with Professor Josh Blackman, South Texas College of Law, to discuss recent Second Amendment challenges to state laws that are pending before the United States Supreme Court.
Professor Ho Presents Proposal for a Right to Health to Counter the Neoliberal Regime
November 16, 2019. Professor Christina S. Ho presented a paper, forthcoming in Seton Hall Law Review, at ClassCrits XII in Springfield, MA. The paper proposes a right to health in the form of a health impact assessment, much like the kinds of impact assessments that are currently required for government paperwork, environmental interests, and a … Continue reading Professor Ho Presents Proposal for a Right to Health to Counter the Neoliberal Regime…