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

Prof. Jay Feinman: Meeting of Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance Subcommittee

November 13, 2019. Professor Jay Feinman met with a Subcommittee of the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance to discuss the Rutgers Center for Risk and Responsibility project on the protection gap in property insurance, The Subcommittee is preparing recommendations for the Federal Insurance Office, an entity of the US Treasury Department,to address the protection gap … Continue reading Prof. Jay Feinman: Meeting of Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance Subcommittee

Prof. Jorge Contesse on the Advisory Jurisdiction of International Courts

November 8, 2019. Professor Jorge Contesse presented his work-in-progress at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Society of International Law, in Buenos Aires, and at the American Society of International Law’s Midyear Meeting, in Brooklyn. The paper examines the use of advisory jurisdiction in international human rights law.

Professor Ray Solomon presented at the Second International Conference on Facts and Evidence: A Dialogue Between Law and History at Peking University School of Transnational Law, Shenzhen, China

November 16, 2019.  Professor Solomon gave a talk entitled “THE ELAINE MASSACRE: A CASE STUDY IN THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN LAW AND HISTORY” concerning one if not the largest murder of African-Americans in U.S. history, an event which occurred in 1919 in Arkansas.