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50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society Jan 2023

50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society

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50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society Jan 2023

50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society

Event Invitations 2023

In honor of 50 years of Title IX, a discussion on the legal fight for safety and transparency in the world of elite women's gymnastics.

The Cardozo School of Law's FAME Center and Sports Law Society present an in-person panel with three women advocating for change in the world of women's gymnastics. The evening will be framed around Title IX, part of the groundbreaking Education Amendments of 1972, and will include clips from Jill Yesko's documentary, Broken Trust, as well as Mary Pilon's Audible original audio series, Twisted: The Story of Larry Nassar and the Women Who Brought Him …


50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society Jan 2023

50 Years Of Title Ix: The Pivot To Justice In Women’S Gymnastics, Cardozo's Fame Center, Cardozo Sports Law Society

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Epa And Army’S New Wotus Definition And Another Finalized Rule This Spring, Joe Retzer Jan 2023

Epa And Army’S New Wotus Definition And Another Finalized Rule This Spring, Joe Retzer

SLU Law Journal Online

On December 30, 2022, the EPA finalized its rule interpreting "waters of the United States," which redefined the boundaries of the Clean Water Act's jurisdiction. In this article, Joe Retzer discusses the new rule that attempts to implement public input by providing a definition that is clear and consistent for stakeholders and discusses future rules that may be on the horizon.


Automating Bias: Cardozo Law Review 2023 Symposium, Cardozo Law Review, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law Jan 2023

Automating Bias: Cardozo Law Review 2023 Symposium, Cardozo Law Review, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law

Event Invitations 2023

This symposium explores the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in consumer credit markets and the legal and policy issues surrounding these practices.

Panel 1: Scoping Credit Discrimination in the Age of AI

This panel examines how the rise of AI in consumer credit markets expands the meaning of discrimination and fairness in lending.

Panel 2: Programming Fairness

This panel examines technical solutions for mitigating discrimination risks in consumer credit markets arising from the use of AI.

Keynote: Fair Lending and the CFPB

Patrice Ficklin, Fair Lending Director, CFPB, and Carol Evans, Deputy Fair Lending Director, CFPB

Panel 3: Regulating Fair …


Automating Bias: Cardozo Law Review 2023 Symposium, Cardozo Law Review, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law Jan 2023

Automating Bias: Cardozo Law Review 2023 Symposium, Cardozo Law Review, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law

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Running A Different Route: How Youtube Tv Plans To Avoid Antitrust Violations, Brody Shea Jan 2023

Running A Different Route: How Youtube Tv Plans To Avoid Antitrust Violations, Brody Shea

SLU Law Journal Online

After reaching a deal this past December, YouTube TV is now the sole option for NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers. By providing out-of-market sports games in a bundled package, YouTube TV runs the risk of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act. In this article, Brody Shea addresses how YouTube TV can avoid future litigation.


At A Glance: Defining Missouri’S Homeschooling Regulations, Christine Hall Jan 2023

At A Glance: Defining Missouri’S Homeschooling Regulations, Christine Hall

SLU Law Journal Online

American parents have a right to homeschool their children, and it is only growing in popularity. Each state has the power to regulate homeschooling, and some do not regulate it at all. In this article, Christine Hall analyzes the practical application of Missouri's homeschooling statute and argues for a change in these regulations.


Memorandum From The Office Of Legal Counsel On Presidential Succession, Department Of Justice. Office Of Legal Counsel. Jan 2023

Memorandum From The Office Of Legal Counsel On Presidential Succession, Department Of Justice. Office Of Legal Counsel.

Executive Branch Materials

Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel Memorandum on presidential succession issued during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Roy E. Brownell II secured this document from the papers of Attorney General Herbert Brownell at the Eisenhower Presidential Library.


Re-Examining The Landscape Of Employee Drug-Testing In Missouri Post-Amendment 3, Paige Hume Jan 2023

Re-Examining The Landscape Of Employee Drug-Testing In Missouri Post-Amendment 3, Paige Hume

SLU Law Journal Online

In November 2022, Missouri residents voted to ratify Amendment 3 to the state constitution and make the recreational use of marijuana legal. Yet, Missouri is one of only a few states that does not have protections for private employment drug testing. In this article, Paige Hume discusses the landscape of employment drug testing in Missouri, as well as the impact of the new amendment on workers.


2022-2023 Impact Series - Modern Slavery And Human Trafficking Resource Guide, Amy An Jan 2023

2022-2023 Impact Series - Modern Slavery And Human Trafficking Resource Guide, Amy An

Impact Series Study Guides

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Resource Guide: A guide to Impact Series events and the topic of modern slavery and human trafficking.


Greening Criminal Legal Deserts In Rural Texas, Pamela R. Metzger, Claire Buetow, Kristin Meeks, Blane Skiles, Jiacheng Yu Dec 2022

Greening Criminal Legal Deserts In Rural Texas, Pamela R. Metzger, Claire Buetow, Kristin Meeks, Blane Skiles, Jiacheng Yu

Deason Criminal Justice Reform Center

Texas’ rural communities urgently need more prosecutors and public defense providers. On average, Texas’ most urban areas have 28 lawyers for every 100 criminal cases, but rural areas only have five. Many rural prosecutor’s offices cannot recruit and retain enough staff. The Constitution’s promise of equal justice for all remains unfulfilled. Rural Texans charged with misdemeanors are four times less likely to have a lawyer than urban defendants. In 2021, only 403 rural Texas lawyers accepted an appointment to represent an adult criminal defendant. In 65 rural counties, no lawyer accepted an appointment. And the problem is getting worse. Since …


Lawyers On The Edge: What Happened To Rudy Giuliani?, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law Nov 2022

Lawyers On The Edge: What Happened To Rudy Giuliani?, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law

Event Invitations 2022

Please join The Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law for the second in their series of book talks, Lawyers on the Edge, with Andrew Kirtzman, author of Giuliani: The Rise and Tragic Fall of America's Mayor.

Andrew Kirtzman, journalist and author, has been following the career of Rudy Giuliani since the 1990s. His new biography traces Giuliani from the beginning of his rise to his role as Donald Trump’s personal lawyer.

Professor Jessica Roth, Co-Director of the Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law, will lead a discussion with Kirtzman about his …


Ftx And The Future Of Crypto, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance Nov 2022

Ftx And The Future Of Crypto, Heyman Center On Corporate Law And Governance

Event Invitations 2022

Join cryptocurrency and blockchain expert Aaron Wright, bankruptcy attorney Allen Kadish, securities regulation and fintech expert Professor Yuliya Guseva, and white collar crime expert Professor Andrew Jennings for a lively online conversation moderated by Cardozo Professor Matthew Wansley. We'll dive into cryptocurrency exchanges, the issues faced by FTX, why it collapsed, how bankruptcy will play out, and whether its executives face any legal liability.


Lawyers On The Edge: What Happened To Rudy Giuliani?, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law Nov 2022

Lawyers On The Edge: What Happened To Rudy Giuliani?, Jacob Burns Center For Ethics In The Practice Of Law

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Collation Model For Ms. Codex 1098: [Documents Of The Town Of Châtenois]., Dot Porter Nov 2022

Collation Model For Ms. Codex 1098: [Documents Of The Town Of Châtenois]., Dot Porter

Collation Models

Book of documents (Copialbuch; Urkundenbuch) of the town of Châtenois (German, Kestenholz), in the département of Bas-Rhin, region of Alsace, France. At the time that the book was begun, in 1478 (f. 1r), the town was in the possession of the archbishop of Strasbourg. The documents include oaths and regulations (Ordnungen) governing citizenship and various offices or professions; several agreements, notices, or petitions; and the recording of supervisors of the fields (Bannwarten, Rebbannwarten) and the prices of wine (Weinschlag), entered annually until 1762 (f. 151v) and 1788 (f. 142v), respectively. The last entries (f. 153r-154r) are mostly in French and …


Freeports: An Introduction To The Next Battleground Of International Tax Avoidance, Charles F. Whitten Nov 2022

Freeports: An Introduction To The Next Battleground Of International Tax Avoidance, Charles F. Whitten

SLU Law Journal Online

Freeports, special zones that offer favorable tax policies to goods being housed therein, are quietly and quickly becoming a favored investment tactic used by the ultra-wealthy. In this article, Charles F. Whitten discusses how freeport expansion threatens to unravel international efforts to combat tax avoidance and money laundering.


Negotiation Strategies For War By Other Means, Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution Nov 2022

Negotiation Strategies For War By Other Means, Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution

Event Invitations 2022

The symposium will explore the changing landscape of international conflicts and the role that dispute resolution can play in strengthening capacity to respond effectively. The keynote address will be given by Anne Leslie, who leads the Cloud Risk and Controls Europe division at IBM, as well as IBM’s Cloud for Financial Services.

The program will consist of three panels featuring academics and practitioners in the fields of dispute resolution and cyber security who will discuss: the history of hybrid warfare and the way it unfolds in the real world; the various ways negotiation theory applies and how it can address …


Negotiation Strategies For War By Other Means, Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution Nov 2022

Negotiation Strategies For War By Other Means, Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution

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Scotus On Immigration: A Review Of Recent Decisions & What's To Come, Cardozo Journal Of Equal Rights And Social Justice Nov 2022

Scotus On Immigration: A Review Of Recent Decisions & What's To Come, Cardozo Journal Of Equal Rights And Social Justice

Event Invitations 2022

Please join the Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice for a panel discussion with seven immigration attorneys. The discussion will cover recent SCOTUS decisions impacting immigration, the impacts of these decisions and important cases on the docket for this upcoming session.

Moderator: Mauricio Noroña, Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Law in the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic, Cardozo Law

Panelists:

  • Peter Markowitz, Associate Dean of Equity in Curriculum and Teaching and Professor of Law, Founding Faculty Member and Co-Director of the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic, Cardozo Law
  • Lindsay Nash, Associate Professor of Law, Co-Director of …


A Conversation With Dahlia Lithwick, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy Nov 2022

A Conversation With Dahlia Lithwick, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy

Event Invitations 2022

The Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy invites you to join us for a conversation with New York Times bestselling author and Supreme Court reporter Dahlia Lithwick to discuss her book, Lady Justice. Cardozo Professor Kate Shaw will moderate.

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A Conversation With Dahlia Lithwick, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy Nov 2022

A Conversation With Dahlia Lithwick, Floersheimer Center For Constitutional Democracy

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Scotus On Immigration: A Review Of Recent Decisions & What's To Come, Cardozo Journal Of Equal Rights And Social Justice Nov 2022

Scotus On Immigration: A Review Of Recent Decisions & What's To Come, Cardozo Journal Of Equal Rights And Social Justice

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Intro To Sports Law With Hogan Lovells, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center Nov 2022

Intro To Sports Law With Hogan Lovells, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center

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Intro To Sports Law With Hogan Lovells, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center Nov 2022

Intro To Sports Law With Hogan Lovells, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center

Event Invitations 2022

Learn from experienced attorneys at Hogan Lovells about different legal paths relating to sports and how to combine passion with Big Law.

Speakers include:

  • Michael J. Kuh, Partner, Corporate & Finance
  • Jimmy McEntee, Associate, Arbitration and Employment
  • Danielle Litwak, Associate, Corporate & Finance
  • C.J. Harrinton, Sports and M&A Associate

Opening remarks by: Matthew E. Eisler, Partner and Global Head of Sports

Moderated by: Dean Rosenberg, President of the Cardozo Sports Law Society

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Conflicting Interests In Name And Pronoun Policies In K-12 School, Manni Jandernoa Nov 2022

Conflicting Interests In Name And Pronoun Policies In K-12 School, Manni Jandernoa

SLU Law Journal Online

The year 2022 has brought a record number of proposed antitransgender legislation throughout the country. With an expanding amount of youths identifying as transgender and/or nonbinary, schools are continuing to grapple how to support these students while complying with the law. In this article, Manni Jandernoa discusses individual conflicting interests involved with respect to the application or lack of school name and pronoun policies.


Intersectionality In International Criminal Law Symposium, Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review Nov 2022

Intersectionality In International Criminal Law Symposium, Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review

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The Cardozo International & Comparative Law Review hosted a virtual symposium on intersectionality and how international criminal law can account for structural drivers of violence. Through critically questioning discriminatory systems and applications of the law, this symposium analyzes how the Rome Statute governs international criminal law, as exemplified by the International Criminal Court's rulings on enslavement.

This symposium features Alexandra Lily Kather, International Criminal Lawyer and Co-Founder of Emergent Justice Collective; Nick Leddy, Head of Litigation at Legal Action Worldwide; Priya Gopalan, International Criminal Lawyer and Member of the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention; moderated by Ramya Kudekallu, Telford …


Labor Law: Sports, Starbucks, Amazon And Recent Union Activity From A Historical Perspective, Cardozo Labor And Employment Law Society, Cardozo Business Law Society, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center Nov 2022

Labor Law: Sports, Starbucks, Amazon And Recent Union Activity From A Historical Perspective, Cardozo Labor And Employment Law Society, Cardozo Business Law Society, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center

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Labor Law: Sports, Starbucks, Amazon And Recent Union Activity From A Historical Perspective, Cardozo Labor And Employment Law Society, Cardozo Business Law Society, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center Nov 2022

Labor Law: Sports, Starbucks, Amazon And Recent Union Activity From A Historical Perspective, Cardozo Labor And Employment Law Society, Cardozo Business Law Society, Cardozo Sports Law Society, Cardozo's Fame Center

Event Invitations 2022

Where are we in labor law and how did we get here? Why is labor relations so litigious in sports? What is contributing to the uptick in unionization efforts at Starbucks and Amazon, among others? Join us to hear our distinguished panel discuss current developments and labor law disputes from a historical perspective.

Panelists include National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Member Gwynne A. Wilcox, Professor of Practice David J. Weisenfeld, and Former Adjunct Professor Dan Silverman, who held various positions at the NLRB including Regional Director in Manhattan and Acting General Counsel. Professor David Rudenstine will moderate the conversation.

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Balancing Testator Freedom With Reproductive Rights In A Post-Dobbs Illinois, Mary Webb Nov 2022

Balancing Testator Freedom With Reproductive Rights In A Post-Dobbs Illinois, Mary Webb

SLU Law Journal Online

When creating a trust, a grantor may attach conditions that beneficiaries must meet before receiving an inheritance. Some conditions can become so restrictive that they contravene public policy and are unenforceable by courts. In this article, Mary Webb balances Illinois public policy on testamentary and reproductive freedom to determine whether an Illinois court would uphold a beneficiary restriction clause that restricts a beneficiary's reproductive rights.