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Faculty Workshops

Faculty Workshop Series 2018-2019

The faculty workshop series brings scholars from across the country to St. John's Law to discuss their current research and receive feedback on their works in progress from our faculty.

Faculty Library, 1:20 p.m.–2:20 p.m.

Wednesday, September 5

Sahar Aziz
Professor of Law and
Chancellor's Social Justice Scholar
Rutgers University Law School


Monday, September 17

Madhavi Sunder
Professor of Law and Associate
Georgetown Law School

Technologies of Enlightenment

Wednesday, September 26

Dana Brakman Reiser
Professor of Law
Brooklyn Law School


Monday, October 1

Cristina Rodríguez
Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor of Law
Yale Law School

Whither Legislative Supremacy?

Wednesday, October 10

Andrew Manuel Crespo
Assistant Professor of Law
Harvard Law School

Probable Cause Pluralism

Monday, October 15

Richard Re
Assistant Professor of Law
UCLA Law School

Clarifying Legal Ambiguity

Wednesday, October 24

Rachel E. Barkow

Vice Dean and Segal Family Professor of Regulatory Law and Policy
Faculty Director, Center on the Administration of Criminal Law
Cardozo Law School

Prisoners of Politics

Wednesday, October 31

David Pozen
Professor of Law
Columbia Law School

The Nonprofit Constitution

Wednesday, January 30

Zachary D. Clopton
Associate Professor of Law
Cornell Law School

National Injunctions and Preclusion

Wednesday, February 6

Scott Skinner-Thompson
Associate Professor of Law

Colorado Law, University Of Colorado Boulder
Affiliate Faculty, LGBTQ Studies Program

Recording as Heckling

Wednesday, February 13

Maureen E. “Molly” Brady
Associate Professor of Law
University of Virginia Law School

Property and Projection: Casting Light on the Nuisance-Trespass Divide

Wednesday, February 27

Michael Coenen
Professor of Law
Seton Hall Law School

Equilibration’s Bias

Wednesday, March 13

Jeffrey Pojanowski
Professor of Law
Notre Dame Law School

Neoclassical Administrative Law

Wednesday, March 27

Eve Primus
Professor of Law
University of Michigan Law School

Revisiting Strickland: A New Approach for Measuring Violations of the Right to Effective Trial Counsel