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October 2, 2015

Salomone Presents Paper on Multilingualism at the University of Trento, Italy

Professor Rosemary Salomone presented a paper on September 28 on “Europe’s Multilingualism Agenda: Educational

Rosemary Salomone

Rosemary Salomone

Quality, Globalization, and Linguistic Justice” at a meeting on “The European, International, Intercultural and Pluri-Linguistic Component of Quality in Education: A ‘Generational’ Right to Education” sponsored by the Faculty of Law at the University of Trento in Italy.

June 23, 2015

Warner Delivers Keynote Address at Insolvency Conference in Nottingham

Professor Ray Warner will deliver the keynote address at this week’s “Re-Imagining Rescue” Insolvency Conference in

G. Ray Warner

G. Ray Warner

Nottingham, United Kingdom.  The conference is being held by the INSOL Europe Academic Forum.

June 8, 2015

Perino Presents Paper at National Business Law Scholars Conference

On Thursday, June 4, Professor Michael Perino presented his paper Is the Price Right? An Empirical Study of Fee-Setting in mpSecurities Class Actions (co-authored with Lynn A. Baker and Charles Silver) at the National Business Law Scholars Conference held at Seton Hall Law School. The paper will be published this fall in the Columbia Law Review.

June 8, 2015

Goldweber Presents on Financial Abuse of the Elderly at NYC Elder Abuse Conference

Professor Ann Goldweber presented on a panel at the NYC Elder Abuse Conference, co-sponsored by St. John’s University goldweberSchool of Law, NYC Department for the Aging, and NYC Human Resources Administration, among others, on June 3, 2015.  The panel was entitled “Prosecuting Fraud and Neglect” and Professor Goldweber presented on financial abuse of the elderly and civil legal remedies available to victims.  Also presenting on the panel were Kristen Kane, Chief of the Elder Fraud Unit at the Queens County District Attorney’s Office and Arlene Markarian, Bureau Chief of the Domestic Violence Bureau/Elder Abuse Unit at the King’s County District Attorney’s Office.

June 1, 2015

Boyle Presents at Empire State Legal Writing Conference

Professor Robin Boyle presented at a the Fifth Annual Empire State Legal Writing Conference held May 29th at Syracuse University BoyleCollege of Law. The topic of her workshop was “Lessons from Academic Support,” in which she applied ASP concepts to legal writing pedagogy. In addition, she introduced the keynote speaker of the conference. Prof. Boyle is a founding member of the annual Empire State LW conferences and has participated on the Program Committee since its inception.
June 1, 2015

Sovern Presents St. John’s Arbitration Study at American Council on Consumer Interests Annual Conference

On May 22, Professor Jeff Sovern presented a paper he co-authored with Professors Elayne Sovern Two[2]Greenberg, Paul Kirgis, and Yuxiang Liu at the American Council on Consumer Interests, “‘Whimsy Little Contracts’ with Unexpected Consequences: An Empirical Analysis of Consumer Understanding of Arbitration Agreements.”

May 26, 2015

Salomone Presents Paper on “Global English” at University of Teramo in Italy

Professor Rosemary Salomone presented a paper on “The Rise of Global English: The Challenges for Language Rights Across

Rosemary Salomone

Rosemary Salomone

Education” at the First Worldwide Congress for Language Rights at the University of Teramo in Italy on May 22nd. The paper examines questions of institutional autonomy, academic integrity, the right of professors to teach, the right of students to learn, and the implications for equal opportunity in a case challenging Polytechnic University of Milan’s plan to offer all masters and doctoral courses in English. The case is now pending before the Italian Constitutional Court.

May 20, 2015

Wade Presents at Yale Law School on SEC Diversity Disclosure Rule

Professor Cheryl L. Wade will present a paper at a Yale Law School symposium entitled “Challenging Boardroom

Cheryl Wade

Cheryl Wade

Homogeneity” on May 21st, 2015. Professor Wade’s paper on the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s diversity disclosure rule regarding nominees to corporate boards of directors is part of a panel on the future of diversity in the corporate sphere. The full program is here.

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May 13, 2015

Salomone Presents at University of Hartford Symposium on Language and Exclusion

On May 7th, Professor Rosemary Salomone made a presentation on “Europe’s Multilingualism Agenda in the Face of English:

Rosemary Salomone

Rosemary Salomone

Rhetoric, Reality and Linguistic Justice” at the Symposium on Language and Exclusion sponsored by the Centre for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems at the University of Hartford and the Universal Esperanto Association on behalf of the Study Group on Language and the United Nations.

April 13, 2015

Gregory Speaks on Labor Law and Religion Panels, Publishes Chapter on Catholicism and Labor & Employment Law

Professor David Gregory was a featured panelist and speaker at the Syracuse  University 5.0.3and Le Moyne Labor and Religion conference, “Moral Vision From/For the  Grassroots,” on April 10 and 11, 2015. He will moderate a featured panel, “Catholic Colleges and Universities, Collective Bargaining and NLRB Jurisdiction,” at the annual conference  of the National Center for the study of collective bargaining in higher education and the professions, CUNY Graduate Center, on April 21, 2015.

His chapter on labor and employment law has been published in “A Clearer Lens: American Law from a Catholic Perspective.”

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