Archive for November, 2018

November 30, 2018

Subotnik Presents at Communications Law in the Digital Age 2018 Program

Earlier this month, Professor Eva Subotnik served on a panel during PLI’s two-day Communications Law in the Digital Age 2018 Program.


Eva Subotnik

Subotnik’s panel, Intellectual Property Law Updates for Media Lawyers, discussed important IP decisions from the past year. The panel also featured a number of highly experienced practitioners, including Bruce P. Keller, Jeffrey P. Cunard, Devereux Chatillon, Joseph C. Gratz, and Jennifer L. Pariser.

Information about the program can be found here.

November 27, 2018

Cunningham Publishes article in New York Law Journal

Dean Larry Cunningham published an article titled “In Defense of Appeal Waivers,” in the New York Law Journal, arguing that waivers of the right to appeal serve an important function in the criminal justice system and are not inherently involuntary.



Dean Cunningham writes in several areas, including appellate practice and procedure.  His article on unpreserved errors , titled “Appellate Review of Unpreserved Questions in the Criminal Cases: An Attempt to Define the ‘Interest of Justice,'” has been cited by the highest courts of several states.

November 15, 2018

Movsesian Presents at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s Annual Conference

On November 2, Professor Mark Movsesian presented a paper on religious polarization at the annual conference of the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture.


Mark Movsesian

His paper, “Church and State in a Time of Polarization,” looks at how the growing divide between the Nones and the Traditionally Religious influences the law of religious accommodations. A larger version of the paper will appear in the current volume of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy this spring. For a video of Professor Movsesian’s Notre Dame presentation, please click here.

November 2, 2018

Greenberg Presents at AALS and Nassau County Bar Association

On October 5, Professor Elayne Greenberg presented her co-authored paper “What Dinosaurs Teach Lawyers about How to Avoid Extinction in the ODR Evolution” at the AALS Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference hosted by the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.


On October 18, Professor Greenberg spoke at the Nassau County Bar Association ADR’s Dean Hour about her Ethical Compass column “Walk Like a Lawyer, Talk Like A Lawyer: Non-Lawyer Advocates Representing Parties in Dispute Resolution.”

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