Professor Aziz Selected as Fellow at the Rutgers Institute for Research on Women (2019-2020)

September 12, 2019.  Professor Aziz has been selected as a seminar fellow at the nationally recognized Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University – New Brunswick. As a fellow, she will participate in seminars addressing the theme “This is What Democracy Looks Like – Feminist Re-Imaginings” and conduct hew own research on the evolution … Continue reading Professor Aziz Selected as Fellow at the Rutgers Institute for Research on Women (2019-2020)

Professor Steve Gold publishes in JOTWELL: Two Chapter in the GIGO Mess Epic

July 16, 2019.  Steve Gold is a regular contributor to JOTWELL (The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)), an online journal that features reviews of the best in legal scholarship. In this Jot, Professor Gold reviewed two articles which criticized some central aspects of cost-benefit analysis: Professor Bernard Harcourt’s (Columbia) The Systems Fallacy and Professor … Continue reading Professor Steve Gold publishes in JOTWELL: Two Chapter in the GIGO Mess Epic

Amicus Brief Co-Authored by Professor Katie Eyer Filed With the Supreme Court

July 3, 2019.  Professor Katie Eyer co-authored an amicus brief on behalf of Scholars of Statutory Interpretation and Equality Law which was filed with the United States Supreme Court. The brief, which was filed in three pending Title VII cases, argued that textualist and original principles compel the conclusion that discrimination based on sexual orientation … Continue reading Amicus Brief Co-Authored by Professor Katie Eyer Filed With the Supreme Court