June 23, 2020. Professor Katie Eyer’s response essay, Irrational Inequality: The Role of Fact-Based Review in Equality Change, was published in the Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc. The essay describes the ways that social movements have used fact-based review, including rational basis review, to generate equality change. Article available here.
June 16, 2020. Professor Katie Eyer, published an Essay on Bostock v. Clayton County, entitled Progressive Textualism and LGBTQ Rights” on SCOTUSblog, available here.
June 16, 2020. Professor Jorge Contesse presented a paper on comparative law and human rights at the American Society of Comparative Law Works-in-Progress Workshop.
May 29, 2020. Professor Suzanne Kim presented a book chapter on Time and Inequality at the Law & Society Annual Meeting on a panel about equality and constitutional law.
May 28, 2020, Professor Kim was invited to speak about racial inequality during the Covid 19 era at the law firm of Fried Frank as part of their Culture, Law, & Policy Series.