Prof. Bhuta on Human Rights

In the fourth installment of the Fall 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Nehal Bhuta, Assistant Professor of International Affairs at The New School for Public Engagement, came to speak today about his article, Rethinking the Universality of Human Rights: A Comparative Historical Proposal for the Idea of "Common Ground" … Continue reading Prof. Bhuta on Human Rights

Prof. Peppers on the Supreme Court

Professor Todd C. Peppers, Lecturer in Law, recently published his article, Till Death Do Us Part: Chief Justices and the United States Supreme Court, which he co-authored with Chad M. Oldfather, Professor of Law at Marquette University. The article was published in excerpt in the Marquette Lawyer and will be published in full in a … Continue reading Prof. Peppers on the Supreme Court

Prof. Tomlins on Critical Legal History

In the third installment of the Fall 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Christopher Tomlins, the Chancellor's Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, came to speak Friday about his article, After Critical Legal History. In the paper, Prof. Tomlins outlines his distinct statement of … Continue reading Prof. Tomlins on Critical Legal History

German [Dis]Integration

Immigration and Integration are two of the most difficult problems facing German society - and Europe more broadly.  European countries are trying to understand, and adapt old legal regimes to, a wave of eastern, mostly Muslim immigrants, who constitute the majority of immigrants in Europe, "including in Belgium, France ... and the Netherlands, and the … Continue reading German [Dis]Integration

Prof. Dayna Matthew on Implicit Bias

In the second installment of the Fall 2011 Faculty Workshop Series, sponsored by the Frances Lewis Law Center, Professor Dayna Matthew, Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School, came to speak today about her book proposal, entitled Heal Our Land: A Behavioral Realist's Proposal to Reverse Health Disparities in America. Social science has … Continue reading Prof. Dayna Matthew on Implicit Bias