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Associate Professor Karen Sokol presented “East Meets West in Civil Disobedience Theory and Beyond: The Case of Edward Snowden” for a discussion group on Edward Snowden at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Conference.  Loyola Professor Patrick Hugg moderated the discussion.  Sokol’s presentation was based on an essay she wrote for the upcoming spring 2015 volume of The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence.

Finger was invited to share her insight on incubator programs at a roundtable discussion with other recipients of “catalyst grants.” 

It took place July 23rd as part of the Applied Legal Storytelling Conference at the Seattle University School of Law.

Armstrong will join three other professors in a panel discussion on the best ways to teach scholarly writing

The book examines the roles of lawyers and government in disaster prevention, emergency response, victim compensation, insurance, and rebuilding strategies

Associate Professor Johanna Kalb moderated a panel discussion at a conference on the growing use of detention in the United States and around the world.  The April event at Yale Law School called “Detention on a Global Scale: Punishment and Beyond” was a Joint Bernstein Symposium and Liman Colloquium.  Kalb’s panel, Rights, Oversight, and Change, explored “the conditions of confinement and the roles played by “rights talk,” international law, and professional institutions.”

The International Legislative Drafting Institute is an 11 day program designed to help meet demand for legislative drafting personnel, the people who research and write legislative instruments.

Clinical Professor Cheryl P. Buchert authored the Family Law chapter in Volume One of the Book Louisiana Civil Practice Forms, 2015 Edition, published by Thompson West.

Klebba was also Loyola’s representative to the SEALS Steering Committee meeting held the same day.

Professor Szalai’s brief analyzed federal preemption of state arbitration laws and argues that consumers should not be bound by DirecTV’s arbitration clause.

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