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Professor Stephen Clark's op-ed "Gays in the military reassures #MeToo movement that you don't have to win to make progress" was published by The Hill on October 10, 2018.
GLC Director Andrew Ayers joined KSRO Radio in Santa Rosa, Calif., to discuss the direction of the Supreme Court after the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh on October 9, 2018.
GLC Director Andrew Ayers joined WAMC for the segment "How Will Kavanaugh Impact the Supreme Court?" on October 8, 2018.
Professor Vincent Bonventre discussed a wide range of topics as a featured guest on NYSBA's Miranda Warnings podcast on October 8, 2018.
Professor Vincent Bonventre was quoted in the Times Union article "With GOP votes for Kavanaugh confirmation secured, political fallout looms" on October 5, 2018.
Professor Sarah Rogerson will participate on the panel "Trauma and the U.S. immigration System: Immigrant Detention, Family Separation, and Undocumented Work" at Middlebury College on November 15, 2018.
Professor Christian Sundquist will present on "Diversity, Inclusion and the Elimination of Bias" at the New York State Department of Health's annual conference on October 18, 2018.
Professor Mary A. Lynch, Professor Donna Young, and Adj. Professor Alejandra Paulino participated in a panel discussion following the screening of "No Más Bebés" on September 27, 2018.
Professor Melissa Breger's treatise NEW YORK LAW OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE was cited in the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands' opinion in Gayanich v. Gayanich.
Professor Robert Heverly was appointed by the president of NYSBA to the Legal Education Committee.
Professor Robert Heverly was appointed as the Associate Reporter for the Drafting Committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws project, "Tort Law Relating to Drones Act."
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum’s article "Donate Today So Your Loved One Can Receive a Future Live Donor Kidney: Are Kidney Vouchers Enforceable Contracts?" was published in 14 Journal of Health and Biomedical Law 101 (2018).
Professor Michael Hutter published "Review of Privileged Documents in Trial and Deposition Preparation of Witnesses in New York: When, if Ever, Will the Privilege be Lost?" in 38 Pace Law Review.
Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum's article "Swaps and Chains and Vouchers, Oh My!: Evaluating How Saving More Lives Impacts the Equitable Allocation of Live Donor Kidneys," was published in 44 American Journal of Law and Medicine 67 (2018).
Professor Ray Brescia's article "The Strength of Digital Ties: Virtual Networks, Norm-Generating Communities, and Collective Action Problems" was published in 122 Dickinson Law Review (2018).