Faculty Updates


November 3-4
University of Leuven, Game Changers in Labour Law: Shaping the Future of Work -- A Conference in Commemoration of Roger Blanpain, location: Institute for Labour Law, Law Faculty, University of Leuven (Leuven, Belgium). Susan Bisom-Rapp will present her essay “What We Know about Equal Employment Opportunity Law after Fifty Years of Trying” http://www.law.kuleuven.be/faculty.  All papers from the event will be published in the 100th volume of the Bulletin for Comparative Labour Relations.

November 3
University of San Diego, Energy and Climate Policy in the Trump Era, University of San Diego School of Law (San Diego). Kath Rogers, our Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor, will present her research on state and local policy responses to climate change. http://www.sandiego.edu/law/school/events/detail.php?_focus=60294

November 2
ABA-AALS Criminal Justice Section,  Academic Roundtables,  location: Westin Washington Hotel (Washington, DC). Anders Kaye will present his paper “Criminal Justice Without Retribution” https://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/events/criminal_justice/2017/fall2017_agenda.authcheckdam.pdf

November 1-3
State Bar of California Intellectual Property Section, 42nd Annual IP Institute, location: Hyatt Regency Newport Beach (Newport Beach). KJ Greene will give a talk at the Institute (title to be determined) and will meet the 2017 Vanguard Award winners. KJ was a winner of this prestigious prize in 2016. http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Attorneys/Sections/Intellectual-Property-Law/Education/IP-Institute

October 20
American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Journey to the Center of Bioethics and Humanities, Location Sheraton Kansas City Hotel (Kansas City). Ellen Waldman will speak on a panel called “Using Bioethics Mediation to Improve Patient Trust” https://ep70.eventpilotadmin.com/web/page.php?page=Session&project=ASBH17&id=14108

October 20
Duke University, Conference Against the Use of Drones in Warfare, location: Duke Divinity School (Durham). Marjorie Cohn will speak on a panel at the conference. https://divinity.duke.edu/events/conference-against-use-drones-warfare

October 14
Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, 2017 Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship Conference, location: Loyola University Chicago, Corboy Law Center (Chicago). Bryan Wildenthal will give a talk called “Early Shakespeare Authorship Doubts” https://shakespeareoxfordfellowship.org/2017-chicago-conference-agenda/

October 13
Law Seminars International, Cannabis as a Business in California, location: Holiday Inn Golden Gateway (San Francisco). Alex Kreit will give a talk on “The Great Federal-State Divide in Marijuana Law” http://www.lawseminars.com/seminars/2017/17CANNACA.php

October 4
Boston Children’s Hospital, 2017 Annual John F. Crigler, Jr., M.D. Lectureship, location: (Boston). Julie Greenberg will give the hospital’s annual lecture in a talk titled “Ethical, Legal, and Human Rights Considerations in the Treatment of Children with Atypical Genitalia”

October 2
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Law and Society Speaker Series, location: Berkeley Law (Berkeley). Susan Bisom-Rapp will give a talk based on her co-authored article “The Role of the State towards the Grey Zone of Employment: Eyes on Canada and the United States” https://www.law.berkeley.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Flyer-Susan-Bisom-Rapp-10.2.17.pdf

September 29
Federal Bar Association, Eastern District, Washington, Annual Conference, location: Spokane Convention Center (Spokane). Alex Kreit will give a talk on “Developments in Marijuana Law” http://www.waed.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/education/Conference_Agenda_082917.pdf

September 27
American Constitution Society San Diego Lawyer Chapter, Environmental Law Under the Trump Administration, location: Thomas Jefferson School of Law (San Diego). Aaron Schwabach will moderate a panel on the symposium theme featuring three experts. https://acslaw.secure.force.com/rsvp?id=a0Y0f00000FamFtEAJ

September 23
University of California, Public Service Law Conference: Civil Rights in the 21st Century, location: UCLA School of Law (Los Angeles). Lilys McCoy will moderate a panel on “How to Hang Your Shingle”  https://events.trustevent.com/public/002721/Conference-Agenda.pdf

September 7-8
George Mason University, Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship Roundtable #3, location: Antonin Scalia School of Law (Arlington). Brenda Simon, who is one of the Thomas Edison Innovation Fellows, participated in the roundtable and discussed her paper “The Information-Facilitating Function of Patents Throughout the Innovation Process” https://cpip.gmu.edu/activities/events/  

August 10
Yeshiva University, Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, location: Cardozo Law School (New York). Brenda Simon gave a paper titled “The Information-Facilitating Function of Patents Throughout the Innovation Process” 2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law Schedule

August 2
LGBT Bar Association, Lavender Law Conference, location: (San Francisco). Julie Greenberg gave a paper titled “A Landmark Year for Intersex Rights.”