His piece was among several responses to a New York Times three-part series on arbitration. Szalai was also featured in a Forbes Magazine article on the same subject.
The Yale Black Law Students Association invited Loyola Law Professor Mitchell Crusto to discuss his book, Involuntary Heroes: Hurricane Katrina's Impact On Civil Liberties, which explores how state emergency laws impact constitutional civil liberties.
Crusto's book is essential reading for constitutional scholars and members of the general public who want to understand constitutional rights.
The Center for Progressive Reform is a network of scholars based in institutions of higher learning across the nation, who are active on issues related to health, safety and the environment.
The report was covered by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post.
The New York based research and policy organization is dedicated to advancing best practices for educating students with disabilities in charter schools.
His talk was entitled "Are the Robots Coming for Your Jobs?: Technology and the Future of Legal Services"
The institute serves as an advisor to the Louisiana State Legislature.
Professor Craig Senn presented his article "Redefining Protected 'Opposition' Activity in Employment Retaliation Cases" at the Colloquium on Scholarship in Employment and Labor Law (COSELL). It was held at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law (Bloomington, IN) in September. The article will be published by the Cardozo Law Review in 2016.
Kalb's paper "Human Rights Proxy Wars" was selected for presentation at the 2016 meeting of the Association of American Law Schools.
Buchert is quoted as saying the once common practice could be a felony in Louisiana.