September 3, 2020. Professor Katie Eyer presented “Claiming Disability” at the University of Texas School of Law Faculty Colloquium Series. In the Article, Professor Eyer identifies a phenomenon–that many individuals who qualify as “disabled” under federal civil rights law do not self-identify as such–and discusses its potential impacts for disability civil rights. In the Article, … Continue reading Professor Katie Eyer presents “Claiming Disability” at the University of Texas School of Law Faculty Colloquium Series…
Month: September 2020
Prof. Penny Venetis speaking at the NOW NJ Annual Conference
September 17, 2020. Professor Penny Venetis speaks on “The Gutting of Title IX” for a panel at the NOW NJ Annual Conference.
Professor Katie Eyer’s Article “Claiming Disability” Forthcoming in the Boston University Law Review
September 11, 2020. Professor Katie Eyer’s article, Claiming Disability, is forthcoming in the Boston University Law Review. In the Article, she explores the reasons why many individuals do not self-identify as disabled, as well as the reasons why encouraging greater disability self-identification may be important to disability rights.
Prof. Steven Friedell publishes article, “Jewish Law in Israel–Hope and Renewal”
August 1, 2020. Professor Steven F. Friedell article “Jewish Law in Israel–Hope and Renewal” is available now as 38 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 547 (2020). It offers a critique of Israel’s attempt to incorporate Jewish law into the law of the state.
Prof. Steven Friedell publishes casebook, “Admiralty and Maritime Law in the United States”
July 1, 2020. Professor Steven F. Friedell’s fourth edition of the casebook, “Admiralty and Maritime Law in the United States,” has been published with co-authors, the late David Robertson and Michael Sturley.