The Hon. Edward D. Re 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.
Wednesday, September 11
Serena MayeriUniversity of Pennsylvania Law School
Double Standards: Sex, Marital Status, and Privacy in the Long 1970s
Wednesday, September 18
Lior StrahilevitzUniversity of Chicago Law School
Shining a Light on Dark Patterns
Monday, September 30
Bernard HarcourtColumbia Law School
The Last Refuge of Scoundrels: The Problem of Truth In A Time of Lying
Tuesday, October 8
Melissa MurrayNYU Law School
The Architecture of Care
Tuesday, October 22
Irina MantaHofstra Law School
Wednesday, October 30
Maggie WittlinUniversity of Nebraska Law School
Meta-Evidence and Preliminary Injunctions
Wednesday, November 13
Heather PayneSeton Hall Law School
The Natural Gas Paradox
Wednesday, February 5
Joshua FischmanUniversity of Virginia Law School
Wednesday, February 12
Gillian MetzgerColumbia Law School
Wednesday, February 26
Rachel GodsilRutgers Law School
Wednesday, March 18
Caroline GentileFordham Law School
The Marketing of Bonds and the Interpretation of Indentures
Monday, March 23
Paul HealdUniversity of Illinois Law School
Term Length Effects and Copyright Reversion to Authors: Evidence from South Africa, UK, and Canada
Wednesday, April 8
Zachary CloptonNorthwestern Law School
MDL in the States
Wednesday, April 15
Adam CoxNYU Law School
Monday, April 20
Franita TolsonUSC Law School
In Congress We Trust?: The Evolution of Federal Voting Rights Enforcement from the Founding to the Present (Book Chapters)
For more information, contact Anita S. Krishnakumar, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship; 718-990-2639; [email protected].
St. John's School of Law is home to a vibrant intellectual community. Each year, we host a range of academic conferences and symposia that bring leading scholars to St. John's to exchange ideas and engage in scholarly dialogue.These special events are often presented in collaboration with our academic centers and our student-run journals.
Our faculty colloquia and workshop series provides a forum for St. John's Law faculty and legal academics from around the world to present their work to colleagues for feedback and discussion. Our workshops are open to all interested legal academics.
Through our annual Visiting Jurist Series, St. John's Law brings federal judges from around the country to campus for informal conversations with our students and faculty. The setting allows faculty to engage with the jurists who shape the development of the law and allows students to meet judges in a way that removes some of the mystery of the judicial process.
Recent visiting jurists include:
For more information, contact Anita S. Krishnakumar, Mary C. Daly Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship, at 718-990-2639 or [email protected].