Professor Katie Eyer To Present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” at COSELL

October 9, 2020.  Professor Katie Eyer is scheduled to present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” at the 2020 Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law (COSELL). In the Article, Professor Eyer argues that the “but for” principle in anti-discrimination law–which has often been opposed by progressives–holds considerable potential for reinvigorating civil rights protections. … Continue reading Professor Katie Eyer To Present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” at COSELL

Professor Rose Cuison-Villazor presents on the 19th Amendment and Asian American and Pacific Islander Women

October 6, 2020.  Dean Cuison-Villazor participated in a panel, Citizenship and Suffrage: Race, Citizenship, and Women’s Right to Vote on the Nineteenth Amendment’s Centennial. The event was sponsored by the American University Washington College of Law. NEW – Citizenship and Suffrage – Race Citizenship and Womens Right to Vote on the 19th Amendment – Flyer … Continue reading Professor Rose Cuison-Villazor presents on the 19th Amendment and Asian American and Pacific Islander Women

Prof. Clear publishes “Intensive Non-Intervention”

September 30, 2020.  Professor Todd R Clear’s piece, “Intensive Non-Intervention,” appears in a collection edited by Pamela Lattimore, Beth Heubner, and Faye Taxman.  The volume is titled, Moving Sentencing and Corrections Forward: 20 Year Anniversary Collection of the Corrections and Sentencing Division of the American Society of Criminology (NY: Routledge, 2020). 

Joint Article by Professors Gatti and Ondersma

October 6, 2020.  Rutgers Law Professors Matteo Gatti and Chrystin Ondersma publish new article entitle, “Can a Broader Corporate Purpose Redress Inequality? The Stakeholder Approach Chimera,” 46 Journal of Corporation Law (2020). Article available here.