"Race, Evidence, and Police Violence: Seeking 2020 Vision," 25th Derrick Bell Lecture on Race in American Society, hosted by the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law at New York University, New York, NY
"From 'Lynching As Status Quo' to the New Status Quo," 25th Annual Frankel Lecture, Houston Law Review, Houston, TX
Title VII Today: Continuing Challenges for Women in a Complex Workplace, 2020 Second Circuit Judicial Conference
From Policing and Protest to Discrimination and Systemic Racism
This summer, the University of Virginia School of Law is convening a series of National Faculty Workshops on the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement and the broad array of legal questions it implicates — from policing and protest to discrimination and systemic racism. Each virtual workshop, open to all law faculty nationwide, will feature a single scholar who will present on a recent or current project and will be moderated by a member of the UVA Law faculty.
Legal educators and law librarians rose to the challenge as COVID-19 caused the dramatic shift mid-semester to remote teaching in spring 2020. As many law schools have already announced an intent to stay partially or fully remote, and still others may announce plans to do the same, it’s time to move beyond discussions of “remote teaching” to true “online learning.”
Watch Golda, then join the film's creators, Udi Nir and Sagi Bornstein, and scholar Pnina Lahav, for an in-depth discussion about the iconic politician Golda Meir (1898–1978), Israel's fifth Prime Minister, and the making of this illuminating new documentary. Lahav, Professor of Law at Boston University, is the author of the forthcoming biography Golda Meir: Through the Gender Lens. The event will be moderated by Professor Dov Waxman, director of the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies.
"Operationalizing Interprofessional Collaboration," AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Orlando, FL
Held virtually and sponsored by Duke University School of Law. For more information, please contact Isabel Fox.
"Who's the Bigot? Learning from Conflicts over Marriage and Civil Rights Law," Hot off the Press book talk series, Program in Law & Public Affairs, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
"Communication and Resolution Programs: The Numbers Don’t Add Up," Seminar in Law, Economics, and Society, University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa, AL