Stephen L. Carter of Yale Law School recently visited Bard College at Simon's Rock to discuss his book, Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America's Most Powerful Mobster. The conversation was part of the school's Book One program.
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Randy J. Maniloff of White and Williams has authored an article for Law.com about his interview with Haben Girma, Harvard Law’s first deafblind graduate and the true story behind her recently released book, Haben.
In the interview she shares the story of her journey, her career ...Continue Reading
Mark R. Killenbeck of University of Arkansas School of Law delivered a talk on September 11, entitled “Church and State,” which outlined the historically challenging relationship between religious practice and civic life. Professor Killenbeck also gave an interview about this topic which aired on KUAF, a local Arkansas ...Continue Reading
Gerard E. Lynch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit will be delivering the 2019 James Madison Lecture at NYU School of Law on Nov. 4. His lecture is entitled “Complexity, Judgment and Restraint."
The Madison Lecture is the most important lecture series at ...Continue Reading
The Green Bag has released a new bobblehead in honor of the late William (Bill) T. Coleman Jr. These bobbleheads honor notable features in legal history. Originally, the bobbleheads primarily presented U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Recently, The Green Bag began making bobbleheads honoring non-Justices — first Belva Ann ...Continue Reading