Gathii Faculty Workshop Series

Gathii Faculty Workshops

Fall 2014 Workshops

  • Sep
    Wed
    10
    2014

    What the Best Law Teachers Do: Educators in Action

    Presentation by Dean Penny Andrews

  • Sep
    Wed
    24
    2014

    School's Out for the Summer: But Should it Be?

    Presentation by Professor Rosemary Queenan, and Commentator Professor Nancy Maurer

  • Oct
    Wed
    08
    2014

    Focus on Writing: Helping Students Recognize (and Find) Their Voice

    Presentation by Professor Rob Heverly

  • Oct
    Wed
    15
    2014

    Scholarship Workshop

    Presentation by Professor Ray Brescia; Professor Stephen Clark to comment.

  • Oct
    Wed
    22
    2014

    The State of Drones: Space for State Regulatory Authority over Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Presentation by Professor Rob Heverly

  • Nov
    Wed
    12
    2014

    Report from Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Consortium and Conference: Assessment and New ABA Rules

    Presentation by Professor Rosemary Queenan and Professor Mary Lynch

 

Past Workshops

Spring 2014

  • Jan
    Wed
    29
    2014

    Helping Students Become Better Writers through Effective Feedback

    Presented by Andrea Pike, Sage Colleges

  • Feb
    Thu
    06
    2014

    How the Best Law Teachers Reach and Motivate Students

    Presented by Ruthann Robson, Professor of Law & University Distinguished Professor, CUNY School of Law

  • Feb
    Wed
    12
    2014

    Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers: Take aways from the Denver Conference

    Presentation by Professor Bridget Burke, Albany Law School

  • Feb
    Wed
    19
    2014

    On the Waterfront: New York City's Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Challenge

    Presentation by Sarah Adams-Schoen, Assistant Professor of Legal Process and Director of the Institute on Land Use and Sustainable Development Law, Touro Law Center

  • Mar
    Wed
    05
    2014

    Techniques to Improve Writing Skills of Students Whose First Language is Not English

    Presentation by Professor Pam Armstrong, Albany Law School

  • Mar
    Wed
    26
    2014

    Prof. Stephanie Roberts Hartung

    Presentation by Stephanie Roberts Hartung, Professor of Legal Writing, Suffolk University Law School

  • Apr
    Wed
    02
    2014

    Interim Damage Awards to Redress Environmental Releases

    Presentation by Julie Steiner, Associate Professor, Western New England School of Law

  • Apr
    Wed
    09
    2014

    Rethinking the Malice in Federal “Malicious Prosecution” Claims: Lessons from Cognitive Psychology

    Presentation by Sofia Yakren , Associate Professor, CUNY School of Law

  • Apr
    Wed
    16
    2014

    We, Cyborg: The Law and Policy of Human Augmentation

    Presented by Professor Robert Heverly '92, Albany Law School

  • Apr
    Wed
    23
    2014

    Devil in the Details: Enforcing the Right to a Jury of One’s Peers

    Presentation by Nina Chernoff, Associate Professor, CUNY School of Law

Fall 2013 Workshops

  • Sep
    Wed
    04
    2013

    Frederick Douglass’s Constitution: From Garrison Abolitionist to Lincoln Republican

    Presentation by Paul Finkelman, Pres. William McKinley Distinguished Professor of Law and Senior Fellow, Government Law Center, Albany Law School

  • Oct
    Wed
    02
    2013

    State Slights: Federalism Limits on Federal Recognition of Evasive Same-Sex Marriages?

    Presentation by Professor Steve Clark

  • Oct
    Wed
    09
    2013

    Zombieland: Why Debts Associated with Pensions, Benefits, and Municipal Securities Never Die . . . How They Are Killing Cities Like Detroit

    Presentation by Professor Christine Chung, co-director of the joint Albany Law School / U. Albany Institute for Financial Market Regulation

  • Oct
    Wed
    16
    2013

    Title to be announced

    Presentation by Professor Ray Brescia

  • Oct
    Wed
    30
    2013

    Unfit for Democracy

    Presentation by Professor Stephen Gottlieb

  • Nov
    Wed
    06
    2013

    Title to be announced

    Presentation by Professor Timothy Lytton

  • Nov
    Wed
    13
    2013

    Forum Selection Clauses

    Professor Michael Hutter

  • Nov
    Wed
    20
    2013

    Robots & Drones, Space & Place

    Presentation by Professor Robert Heverly

  • Dec
    Wed
    04
    2013

    Annual Scholarship Luncheon

Spring 2013

  • Jan
    Wed
    23
    2013

    The supreme courts of France: A Comparative Perspective

    Anne Deysine, Professeur à Paris Ouest Nanterre, Directeur du M2 Affaires Internationales et Négociation Interculturelle, Director GGU Summer Law, Présidente MICEFA

  • Jan
    Wed
    30
    2013

    Ray Brescia

    The Politics of Procedure: An Empirical Analysis of Motion Practice in Civil Rights Litigation Under the New Plausibility Standard.   

  • Feb
    Wed
    13
    2013

    Deborah Post, Touro

    Workshop title forthcoming.

  • Feb
    Wed
    20
    2013

    Michael Rich, Elon

    "Flipping the Murder Switch: Limits on the Perfect Preventive State."

  • Feb
    Wed
    27
    2013

    Behavioral Legal Ethics

    Professor Andy Perlman, Suffolk University

  • Mar
    Wed
    06
    2013

    Domesticating Due Diligence Respecting State Responsibility & Domestic Violence: An Experiment in Engaged Scholarship

    Presentation by Prof. Sarah Rogerson.

  • Mar
    Wed
    20
    2013

    Christian Sundquist

    Workshop title forthcoming.

  • Mar
    Wed
    27
    2013

    Debbie Kearns

    Workshop title forthcoming.

  • Apr
    Wed
    03
    2013

    CELT Teaching Discussion

    Workshop title forthcoming.

  • Apr
    Wed
    10
    2013

    Beverly Cohen

    Workshop title forthcoming.

  • Apr
    Wed
    17
    2013

    CELT Workshop: Prof. Michelle Pistone, Villanova University

    Ted Talk's, Kahn Academy and Legal Education: Law School teaching in the New Economy

  • Apr
    Wed
    24
    2013

    Cai Jianmin

    The Characteristics of the U.S. Legal Education and its Comparison with Chinese Law School in the Perspective of a Chinese Law Scholar


Fall 2012

  • Nov
    Wed
    28
    2012

    Ira Mark Bloom presenting "How Restatements Shape American Law: The Power of Appointment Example"

    Speaker: Prof. Ira Mark Bloom, Albany Law School
    Topic: How Restatements Shape American Law: The Power of Appointment Example

  • Nov
    Wed
    14
    2012

    Faculty Workshop: “Curriculum Mapping, Outcomes and Unlearning”

    Speaker: Prof. Barbara Glesner Fines, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Ruby M. Hulen Professor of Law, University of Missouri School of Law

  • Nov
    Wed
    07
    2012

    Faculty Workshop: Nonlawyer Ownership: Coming to a Town Near You?

    Presenter: Prof. Pat Connors will present his work with the NYS Bar Association on nonlawyer ownership.

  • Oct
    Wed
    31
    2012

    Managing SSRN

    ​Dean Penny Andrews will speak on managing SSRN.

  • Oct
    Wed
    24
    2012

    Capping the Law School Experience: Creating Courses that Require Students to integrate Theory, Skills and Values

    Speaker: Profs. Bridgit Burke, Nancy Maurer and Rosemary Queenan, Albany Law School

  • Oct
    Wed
    17
    2012

    Collaborative Spaces: Lessons for Tax Regulation

    ​Professor Danshera Cords will present: Collaborative Spaces: Lessons for Tax Regulation

  • Oct
    Wed
    10
    2012

    Rainbow Signs: Jurisprudence as Eschatology

    ​Speaker: Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence

  • Oct
    Wed
    03
    2012

    CELT/DIVERSITY COMMITTEE JOINT WORKSHOP: "Teaching in a Multicultural World"

    Incorporating Culture Competence, Privilege and Multicultural Lawyering into Law School Courses: How is it currently done at Albany Law School?

  • Sep
    Wed
    26
    2012

    Cyberbullying

    Professor Rob Heverly will discuss the laws and culture of cyberbullying.

  • Sep
    Wed
    19
    2012

    IT Services

    Chris Casey, Director, Enterprise Information Services, will present on IT services at Albany Law School.

  • Sep
    Wed
    12
    2012

    It's Hard to Play Well with Others

    Professor Sheldon Halpern to present: "It's Hard to Play Well with Others: US Constitutional Constraints on Harmonization of Copypright Law," which will address the problem of harmonizing the U.S., U.K. and EU copyright laws.

  • Sep
    Wed
    05
    2012

    Discussing the Supreme Court’s Health Reform Decision

    Discussing the Supreme Court’s Health Reform Decision: Professors David Pratt, Vincent Bonventre, Alicia Ouellette

Spring 2012

  • Apr
    Wed
    18
    2012

    4th Annual Luncheon

    4th Annual Luncheon

  • Apr
    Wed
    04
    2012

    Professor Richard Storrow

    Professor Richard Storrow, City University New York School of Law

  • Mar
    Wed
    28
    2012

    Teaching Enhancement Committee

    Teaching Enhancement Committee

  • Mar
    Wed
    21
    2012

    Professor Julie Baker

    Professor Julie Baker, Suffolk University Law School

  • Mar
    Wed
    07
    2012

    Professor Donald Tibbs

    Professor Donald Tibbs, Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law

  • Feb
    Wed
    29
    2012

    Institutionalizing Human Rights in Latin America

    Prof. Alexandra Harrington, "Institutionalizing Human Rights in Latin America: The Role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights System"

  • Feb
    Wed
    22
    2012

    Equitable Innocent Spouse

    Prof. Danshera Cords, "Equitable Innocent Spouse: Is There Any Equity"

  • Feb
    Wed
    15
    2012

    Economic Rights As Group Rights

    Professor Eric Blumenson, Suffolk University Law School, "Economic Rights As Group Rights"

  • Feb
    Wed
    01
    2012

    Laptops, Law Students, and Course Performance

    Professor Kim Novak Morse, St. Louis University, "Laptops, Law Students, and Course Performance: An Empirical Sketch of the Contemporary Law Classroom"

  • Jan
    Wed
    25
    2012

    Teaching and Assessing a Broader Range of Skills

    Professor Andi Curcio, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Externship Program at Georgia State, "Teaching and Assessing a Broader Range of Skills in Doctrinal Course -- Without Greatly Increasing Faculty Workload"

  • Jan
    Wed
    18
    2012

    The (In)Visibility of Gender and Motherhood in Family Court

    Professor Melissa Breger, The (In)Visibility of Gender and Motherhood in Family Court


2011 Workshops

  • Nov
    Wed
    30
    2011

    Professor Heverly

    Killing the Cyborg: Internet Kill Switch Authority and The Embodied Internet

  • Nov
    Wed
    16
    2011

    Linda C. Fentiman, Pace Law School

  • Nov
    Wed
    09
    2011

    Professor Renuart

    Property Title Crisis in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb?

  • Nov
    Wed
    02
    2011

    Professor Amy Yin

  • Oct
    Wed
    26
    2011

    Professor Lynch

    Teaching Evaluations

  • Oct
    Wed
    19
    2011

    Professor McArdle, CUNY

  • Oct
    Wed
    12
    2011

    Professor Kearns

    New Teaching Ideas and Resources

  • Oct
    Wed
    05
    2011

    Teaching Assistants: Challenges and Benefits

  • Sep
    Wed
    21
    2011

    Professor Gottlieb

    A democratic Take on the Interpretive Wars

  • Sep
    Wed
    14
    2011

    Professor Lytton

    Can You Believe It's Kosher? Trust, Reputation, and Non-Governmental Regulation in the Age of Industrial Food

  • Sep
    Wed
    07
    2011

    Library Staff

    What can the library do for you?

  • Apr
    Wed
    27
    2011

    Faculty Scholarship and Teaching Luncheon

  • Apr
    Wed
    13
    2011

    Prof. Ray Brescia

    The Twombly Anomaly: The Impact of New Pleading Standards in Employment Discrimination and Fair Housing Litigation.

  • Apr
    Wed
    06
    2011

    Prof. Robert Heverly

    Breaking the Internet -- International Efforts to Play the Middle Against the Ends: A Way Forward

  • Mar
    Wed
    30
    2011

    Dean Mayer and Victor Rauscher

    Using Excel Spreadsheets for Grading

  • Mar
    Wed
    23
    2011

    Dean Connie Mayer

  • Mar
    Wed
    09
    2011

    Leslie Garfield - Pace Law School

    Birds of a Feather: Libel and Slander in the Twitter Age.

  • Mar
    Wed
    02
    2011

    Professor Redwood

    Revolutionaries and Snitches in the Works of Emile Zola, Henry James, and Anton Chekhov: A Discordant Duet Finds Harmony in the Interest of the State.

  • Feb
    Wed
    23
    2011

    Professor Elizabeth Renuart

    Residential Mortgage Loan Disclosures and Their Intended Results: Empirical Data

  • Feb
    Wed
    16
    2011

    Professor Lynch

    Long Range Plan

  • Feb
    Wed
    09
    2011

    Dean Guernsey

    How to Draft Multiple Choice Questions In order to Accurately Assess Student Learning

  • Feb
    Wed
    02
    2011

    Darlene Cardillo

    Digital Student Recording for Feedback and Assessment

  • Jan
    Wed
    26
    2011

    Professor Cords

    Lien on Me: Virtual Debtors Prisons, The Practical Effects of Tax Liens and Proposals for Reform.

  • Jan
    Wed
    19
    2011

    Professor Christine Chung

    Systemic Risk and Regulatory Reform in the Municipal Securities Market

  • Jan
    Wed
    12
    2011

    Professor Paul Finkelman

    The Failure of Compromise: Millard Fillmore and the Appeasement of 1850

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2010 Workshops

  • Dec
    Mon
    06
    2010

    Professor Liu Dan

    Act Against Piracy: The Law of the Sea and Beyond.

  • Nov
    Wed
    10
    2010

    Professor Sheldon Halpern

    Trafficking in Trademarks: Setting Boundaries for the Uneasy Relationship Between 'Property' Rights and Trademark and Publicity Rights.

  • Nov
    Wed
    03
    2010

    Darlene Cardillo

    The Power of TWEN

  • Oct
    Wed
    27
    2010

    Dean Thomas Guernsey & Associate Dean Connie Mayer

    How to Grade Using the New Median Grading System

  • Oct
    Wed
    20
    2010

    Professor Phyllis Goldfarb, Boston College Law School

    Re-Vision Quest: A Law School Guide to Designing Experiential Courses Involving Real Lawyering.

  • Oct
    Wed
    13
    2010

    Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum

    The Causation Element of Informed Consent and Why Current Trends in Healthcare Support the Need for Change.

  • Oct
    Wed
    06
    2010

    Professor Hill

    Guest Worker Programs Are No Fix For Our Broken Immigration System: Evidence From The Northern Mariana Islands

  • Sep
    Wed
    29
    2010

    Sophie Sparrow, University of New Hampshire School of Law

    Harnessing the Power of Small Group Learning

  • Sep
    Wed
    15
    2010

    Dean Thomas F. Guernsey

    ABA Standards for Accreditation

  • Sep
    Wed
    08
    2010

    Chris Casey and Benjamin Schwartz

    Technology Issues in Research and Teaching

  • Aug
    Mon
    23
    2010

    Professor Jack Chin, University of Arizona

    The Arizona Immigration Law - Where Do We Stand?

  • Apr
    Wed
    28
    2010

    Professor Melissa Breger

    Against the Dilution of a Child's Voice in Court.

  • Apr
    Wed
    21
    2010

    Second Annual Faculty Scholarship Luncheon

  • Apr
    Wed
    07
    2010

    Professor Lenese Herbert

  • Mar
    Wed
    10
    2010

    Professor Patrick Connors

    "Doctor, Doctor Give Me the News": Procedural and Ethical Concerns in Communicating with an Adverse Party's Treating Physician.

  • Mar
    Wed
    03
    2010

    Professor David Pratt

    Waste in the Health Care System - Causes & Solutions

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