Loyola Law Professor Robert R.M. Verchick co-authored a new report that offers legal and policy strategies for Native American tribes to relocate communities threatened by climate change.
Viator was a member of 10 different panels and spoke on a variety of topics.
The Bellow Scholars program recognizes and supports research projects of clinical law teachers seeking to improve the quality of justice in communities, enhance the delivery of legal services, and promote economic and social justice.
Under Professor Kusuda’s direction, students in Loyola's Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice represent vulnerable immigrants before the U.S. Department of Justice Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, federal and state courts.
The Department of Justice selected Professor Andrea Armstrong for training as a certified auditor under the Prisoner Rape Elimination Act. Her selection follows a competitive application process and will take place during her upcoming sabbatical. Armstrong will be the eighth Louisiana-based auditor and in the first independent auditor based in Louisiana certified by the Department of Justice.
The report, titled Time-In-Cell, is a detailed national survey of administrative segregation in prisons.
The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is an independent agency charged with advising the President and Congress on civil rights matters, and issuing an annual federal civil rights enforcement report.
Professor Kalb co-authored the piece with Alicia Bannon
By accepting this honor, Prof. Lovett commits to travel to the University of Edinburgh Law School once per year and contribute in some way to the intellectual life of the institution through teaching or research.
A special Leadership in Law insert profiling all honorees will run in the May 26 issue of CityBusiness.