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Remarks Of Dr. Douglass Cassel, Notre Dame Law School Candidate (United States), Inter-American Commission On Human Rights Special Meeting Of The Oas Permanent Council, Douglass Cassell May 2017

Remarks Of Dr. Douglass Cassel, Notre Dame Law School Candidate (United States), Inter-American Commission On Human Rights Special Meeting Of The Oas Permanent Council, Douglass Cassell

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Cassel briefly addresses four points:

  • First, while the Commission must process cases, that is not its only mission. The case system is a means, not an end. The goal of the Commission is to contribute to the highest possible level of respect for human rights throughout the hemisphere.
  • In addition, while the case system leads at times to adversarial relations, the proactive role is one in which the Commission and States can and should strive to work together toward common goals.
  • His third point is that we need a Commission that serves the peoples of all OAS member States.
  • Finally ...


Three Regulatory Models For Stem Cell Research, O. Carter Snead May 2016

Three Regulatory Models For Stem Cell Research, O. Carter Snead

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On Monday, May 30, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture Director and Professor of Law Carter Snead will deliver the inaugural University of Florence “Law and Justice Lecture” in Florence, Italy. Snead’s inaugural lecture, entitled “Three Regulatory Models for Stem Cell Research,” will analyze and contrast the US Government’s federal funding policies under Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama as a means of exploring the complexities of American governance of science, medicine, and biotechnology in the name of ethical goods. Read the news release.


On Higher Ground?: Baseball’S Antitrust Exemption, Edmund P. Edmonds May 2016

On Higher Ground?: Baseball’S Antitrust Exemption, Edmund P. Edmonds

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NEW YORK STATE BAR ASSOCIATION

Commercial and Federal Litigation Section, Spring Meeting, The Otesaga Cooperstown, NY May 13 - 15, 2016

Presentation: On Higher Ground?: Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption

The panel will consider the history, expansion, and endurance of the antitrust exemption for baseball, including discussing decisions calling the exemption into question in light of the doctrinal expansion of Congressional authority under the Constitutional Commerce Clause and the increasingly business-like nature of baseball; recent decisions relating to the baseball exemption; the Supreme Court’s deference to Congress on whether the antitrust exemption should still be applied; efforts in Congress itself to ...


Baseball’S Interesting Relationship With The U.S. Supreme Court, Edmund P. Edmonds Apr 2016

Baseball’S Interesting Relationship With The U.S. Supreme Court, Edmund P. Edmonds

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Road Scholars

Florida State University’s series of talks by distinguished scholars from other institutions in the Atlantic Coast Conference


Revising The U.S. Government’S Post-9/11 Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategy Directed At Al Qaeda To Target The Funding Of Isis, Jimmy Gurule Oct 2015

Revising The U.S. Government’S Post-9/11 Counter-Terrorist Financing Strategy Directed At Al Qaeda To Target The Funding Of Isis, Jimmy Gurule

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Comparative and International Aspects of Criminal and Terrorism Funding

October 26-27, 2015

University of Tilburg, Tilburg, The Netherlands

The conference was attended by speakers and legal scholars from approximately 20 countries.

Building on the success of our previous events in Manchester and London, this final conference in the ‘Dirty Assets’ series explores comparative and international aspects of criminal and terrorism finances (both within and outwith the EU). This AHRC-funded event brings together leading practitioners, policymakers, and academics to consider challenges and opportunities for the anti-assets strategy, and to identify research needs and future directions. With contributions from law, criminology, political ...


Carter Snead Lecture "Physician Assisted Suicide: Objections In Principle And In Prudence", O. Carter Snead Sep 2014

Carter Snead Lecture "Physician Assisted Suicide: Objections In Principle And In Prudence", O. Carter Snead

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Professor Carter Snead delivered a lecture “The Law, Ethics and Public Policy of Assisted Suicide: Arguments in Principle and Prudence” and a panelist at Fostering Better Relationships Between Doctors and Lawyers: Practical Case Panels to the full pediatric medical staff (physicians and residents) at the monthly Pediatric Grand Rounds of the Medical University of South Carolina (located in Charleston, S.C.) September 25.


Hesburgh Lecture: Faith, Politics, And The Constitution: Understanding The Separation Of Church And State, Richard Garnett Sep 2014

Hesburgh Lecture: Faith, Politics, And The Constitution: Understanding The Separation Of Church And State, Richard Garnett

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Rick Garnett delivered
Faith, Politics, and the Constitution: Understanding the Separation of Church and State
September 19, 2014
Hesburgh Lecture
Ares Auditorium
The University of Arizona
James E. Rogers College of Law
Tucson, Arizona


Jimmy Gurule Presented At A Judicial Conference On "Democracy And The Judiciary In Bogota, Colombia On August 14, Jimmy Gurule Aug 2014

Jimmy Gurule Presented At A Judicial Conference On "Democracy And The Judiciary In Bogota, Colombia On August 14, Jimmy Gurule

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Jimmy Gurule presented at a judicial conference on "Democracy and the Judiciary in Bogota, Colombia on August 14.

Schedule of conference attached.


Jimmy Gurule Delivered The Keynote Address At The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2014 In Seoul, South Korea On July 2, Jimmy Gurule Jul 2014

Jimmy Gurule Delivered The Keynote Address At The Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2014 In Seoul, South Korea On July 2, Jimmy Gurule

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Jimmy Gurule delivered the keynote address "The U.S. Criminal Prosecution of BNP Paribas and the Implications for Asian Banks" at the Korea Banking Risk Dialogue 2014 in Seoul, South Korea.


Avishalom Tor Presented At 3rd Haifa-Loyola Conference On Recent Challenges To Antitrust, Avishalom Tor May 2014

Avishalom Tor Presented At 3rd Haifa-Loyola Conference On Recent Challenges To Antitrust, Avishalom Tor

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Professor Tor presented his work on Boundedly Rational Consumers: Three Challenges for Antitrust at the 3rdHaifa-Loyola Conference on Recent Challenges to Antitrust on May 9.


Patriation And Patrimony: The Path To The Charter, John Finnis Apr 2014

Patriation And Patrimony: The Path To The Charter, John Finnis

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Prof. John Finnis gave a lecture titled "Patriation and Patrimony: The Path to the Charter" at Western University on April 8, 2014.


2014 Jlepp Symposium On White Collar Crime Keynote Address, G. Robert Blakey Mar 2014

2014 Jlepp Symposium On White Collar Crime Keynote Address, G. Robert Blakey

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G. Bob Blakey gave the Keynote Address at the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy White Collar Crime Symposium held in the McCartan Courtroom, Notre Dame Law School.


Hesburgh Lecture Series: "Faith, Politics And The Constitution", Richard W. Garnett Mar 2014

Hesburgh Lecture Series: "Faith, Politics And The Constitution", Richard W. Garnett

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Professor Rick Garnett will deliver the Hesburgh Lecture Series "Faith, Politics and the Constitution" March 10, 2014 at 7 pm University of Montana School of Law ~ Castles Center Presented by: University of Montana School of Law and University of Notre Dame


Mary Ellen O’Connell Delivers The 2014 Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture At The University Of Cambridge’S Lauterpacht Centre For International Law On February 17, 2014, Mary Ellen O'Connell Jan 2014

Mary Ellen O’Connell Delivers The 2014 Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture At The University Of Cambridge’S Lauterpacht Centre For International Law On February 17, 2014, Mary Ellen O'Connell

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Professor Mary Ellen O’Connell delivers the 2014 Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture at the University of Cambridge’s Lauterpacht Centre for International Law in Cambridge, England. Her three-part lecture on “The Art of Peace” will take place over three days, beginning February 17, 2014.

The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture series commemorates the contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. The lecture is given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law, and a revised and expanded version of the lecture is usually published in the Hersch Lauterpacht Lecture Series by Cambridge University ...


Joe Bauer Presented "Enforcement Issues Under American Antitrust Laws" At The University Of Tilburg (Holland) Center For Law And Economics On December 19, 2013, Joseph P. Bauer Dec 2013

Joe Bauer Presented "Enforcement Issues Under American Antitrust Laws" At The University Of Tilburg (Holland) Center For Law And Economics On December 19, 2013, Joseph P. Bauer

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Joe Bauer presented a seminar at the University of Tilburg (Holland) Center for Law and Economics on December 19. His topic was Enforcement Issues under American Antitrust Laws. View PowerPoint slides of lecture by clicking pdf link.


Jimmy Gurule Panel Discussions At The Role Of The Judiciary In Handling Counterterrorism Cases Within A Rule Of Law Framework Conference In Washington, D.C., November 14-15, 2013, Jimmy Gurule Nov 2013

Jimmy Gurule Panel Discussions At The Role Of The Judiciary In Handling Counterterrorism Cases Within A Rule Of Law Framework Conference In Washington, D.C., November 14-15, 2013, Jimmy Gurule

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Jimmy Gurule moderated two panel discussions at a conference entitled: “The Role of the Judiciary in Handling Counterterrorism Cases within a Rule of Law Framework.” The conference was held in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 14-15 and sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Judicial Conference Committee on International Judicial Relations. The conference was attended by judges from around the world, including Algeria, Bangladesh, Canada, China, France, Indonesia, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Morocco, The Netherlands, Niger, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United States.

Counterterrorism: GCTF Seminar on the Judiciary in Handling Counterterrorism Cases within ...


Reimagining Homeownership: A Working Conference, Nicole Stelle Garnett Oct 2013

Reimagining Homeownership: A Working Conference, Nicole Stelle Garnett

Faculty Lectures and Presentations

Nicole Stelle Garnett hosted working conference on “Reimagining Homeownership,”at Notre Dame Law School. This conference focuses on the future of homeownership in America. Participants include top scholars and attorneys in the field.


The Place Of Freedom Of Religion In Human Rights, Paolo G. Carozza Feb 2013

The Place Of Freedom Of Religion In Human Rights, Paolo G. Carozza

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No abstract provided.


Limits On State Regulation Of Religious Organizations: Where We Are And Where We Are Going, Lloyd Hitashi Mayer Jan 2013

Limits On State Regulation Of Religious Organizations: Where We Are And Where We Are Going, Lloyd Hitashi Mayer

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The breadth of activities and organizational forms among religious organizations rivals that of nonprofits generally, and religious organizations are vulnerable to the same types of problems that justify state regulation and oversight of nonprofits. Such problems include excessive compensation, improper benefits for board members and other insiders, misleading or fraudulent fundraising, employment discrimination, unsafe working conditions, consumer fraud, improper debt collection, and many others. Religious organizations are different, however, in that under federal and state law they enjoy unique protections from state regulation. This paper describes how such federal and state protections limit state regulation of religious organizations under current ...