November 24, 2020. Professor Contesse presented his paper, “Constrained Defense in International Human Rights Courts,” at the 2020 PluriCourts-iCourts Concepts and Methods Workshop, organized by the Universities of Oslo and Copenhagen.
January 22, 2021. Professor Contesse discussed the constituent process in Chile at the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) Global Roundtable “Democracy 2020: Assessing Constitutional Decay, Breakdown, and Renewal Worldwide.” Information available here.
February 22, 2021. Professor Contesse presented his research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Human Rights Program and Act in Courts Virtual Workshop.
March 5, 2021. Professor Katie Eyer is scheduled to present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” as part of the 2020-2021 South Texas College of Law Faculty Speaker Series. 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 … Continue reading Professor Katie Eyer To Present “The But-For Principle in Anti-Discrimination Law” as Part of South Texas College of Law Faculty Speaker Series…
February 18, 2021. Professor Shapiro presented a paper at the Law & Inequality seminar taught by Penn Law Professors Shaun Ossei-Owusu and Karen Tani. “Distributing Civil Justice” will be published by the Georgetown Law Journal this June. Draft available here.