Presented his work in progress, Explaining Energy Law (co-authored with Lincoln Davies), at a faculty workshop at University of Kansas School of Law on April 7.
Presented his work in progress, Explaining Energy Law (co-authored with Lincoln Davies), at a faculty workshop at Penn State Law on April 3.
Panelist in the concurrent workshop, "Advocacy on Behalf of Communities in Light of Post-Election Needs," at the AALS Clinical Conference in Denver.
Facilitated a breakout session at the Clinical Community Town Hall, "Movement Lawyers in the Clinical Context" and spoke on a CLE panel, "Cities, the Constitution, and Community," organized by the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Criminal Defense Clinic.Leslie Book
Moderated a panel "Information Reporting to Consumers: Tax Issues" before the Individual and Family Tax Committee in May at the ABA Tax Section meeting in Washington, D.C.
Participated in a panel, "Tax Reform in the Trump Administration: Social Policy," at the ABA Tax Section Meeting. The talk is based on a forthcoming paper in the University of Exeter (UK) Journal of Tax Administration, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal.
Guest speaker in Madrid as part of the ISDE Masters in Sports Law program on May 10 - 11.
Keynote speaker at Stanford Law School's symposium, "Athletes, Sports Law and Policy: an Interdisciplinary Symposium" on May 6.
Speaker at a pre-NFL draft event at Duane Morris in Philadelphia on April 27.
Speaker at a pre-NFL draft event at Cozen O'Connor in Philadelphia on April 26.
Keynote speaker to Pennsylvania Association of Independent Business Officers at Lincoln Financial Field.
Keynote speaker at the 2017 University of Florida Levin College of Law Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium on April 14.
Hosted the Jeffrey S. Moorad Center for Sports Law Symposium on April 7.David Caudill
Gave a CLE presentation on the ethical use of consulting experts at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers on April 27 in Harrisburg.
Gave a paper comparing the use of consulting experts in US and Australian litigation at the 11th Annual Studies and Expertise & Experience workshop, held May 20-21 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Drafted two questions for the California Bar Exam.
Gave a presentation, "You Don't Have to Have a Mustache (or a Large Budget Either) to be a Good 'PI.': Free Resources for Background Information on People, Property and Companies" at the Chesapeake Bay Division: International Association for Identification's Spring 2017 Educational Conference on April 21 in Frederick, Maryland.
At the Cardozo University Law and Humanities Institute New York conference on the topic, "What Lives Matter/How Lives Matter," presented her essay, "Playing the Victim: Reflections on Roles, Reforms, and Revolutions," a philosophical exploration of the roles of victims and survivors in the US criminal legal system.
Participated in a debate with Professor Chanenson, sponsored by CARD, regarding prison abolition vs. prison reform.
Presented two papers, "Volenti Non Fit Injuria," (To One Who Consents, No Wrong Is Done)" and "Sex, Wrongs, and Criminalization: Gaining Perspectives" to the University of Buffalo Law School Criminal Law Colloquium
Co-moderated and co-chaired, "New Leaders, New Laws...and New Perspectives on Creating 'Practice Ready' International Lawyers—Part 1: Hit the Globe Running: New Approaches to Educating Law Students and New Lawyers," at the American Bar Association Section of International Law Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C. in April.
Named Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association — Lyon Bar Association CLE Program, Philadelphia, PA in April .
Invited discussant for a panel "The Preservation of Art and Culture in Times of War," at the Center for Rule of Law and Ethics, University of Pennsylvania in April .
J. Richard Harvey
In The Media: Quoted in "Trump Tax Plan Seen Steering Stampede to Passthrough Status" on April 28.
Presented a paper, "Love, Justice, and Duties of Care in Tort Law," at a Notre Dame Law School faculty workshop on April 18.
Invited participant at a roundtable colloquium on "Law, Religion, and Medicine" sponsored by University of California, Irvine School of Law Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy in Laguna Beach, California on April 21 - 22.
Delivered a paper, "Religious Freedom and the Secular," at a colloquium "On Secularization" co-sponsored by the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture and the Universite Paris Descartes-Sorbonne in Paris, France, May 12-13.
Moderated a panel discussion on Richard Helmholz's "Natural Law in Court" at Loyola University-Chicago School of Law sponsored by the Lumen Christi Institute, on May 18.
Participated in a conference, "A Worthy Life: Finding Meaning in America," sponsored by the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University, May 22 - 23.
Prepared and accompanied a CARES client to the United Nations to testify at "Ensuring the right of all to remain in dignity, peace and security in their counties of origin," sponsored by the Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations.
Facilitated a 3-session, 6-hour workshop on Making Educational Videos at the AALS Clinical Conference 2017 in May.
Invited to speak at Swathmore College, Be the Change! Social Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Law, on April 11.
Served as Senior Commentator for the Protection of Intellectual Property Edison Fellows Program in April.
In the Media: Quoted in Reuters article "Supreme Court gets rid of delay defense in patent cases" on March 21.
In the Media: Yahoo! Finance "The Supreme Court could fundamentally change America's broken patent system" on March 23.
In the Media: Quoted in The Christian Science Monitor's article "Federal government drops inquiry into Twitter account critical of Trump."
In the Media: Quoted in "Rural Texas Judge Runs Busiest Patent Court in U.S." on April 20.
In the Media: Quoted in Fox Business' article "Uber's Driverless Cars Are Clouded by Possible Federal Probe--2nd Update" on May 12.
In the Media: Quoted in IAM's article "Despite yesterday's historic decision in TC Heartland venue reform may not be off the legislative table" on May 23.
In the Media: Quoted in the Delaware Online article, "U.S. Supreme Court ruling could be economic boom for Delaware," on May 26.
Participated in The New Role of the Administrative State, Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property/Center for the Study of the Administrative State Roundtable in May.
Gave a talk, "The Trump 'Travel Ban' Executive Order in Constitutional and Statutory Perspective," at the annual Colloquium for Transcrim, "Migrations and Trafficking in Human Beings," Inter-University Center, Dubrovnik, Croatia on April 3.
Gave a presentation to the Pravna Klinika, Osijek "Pro Bono" on American clinical legal education, "Taking the FBI to Court" Osijek, Croatia, April 6.
Gave a lecture, "The American Presidency & Administration of Federal Agencies in the Era of President Donald Trump" at Pravni Fakultet in Croatia on April 10.
Gave a presentation, "A Brief Introduction to the U.S. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)" to the Office of Information Commissioner, Zagreb, Croatia in April 27.
Gave a public university lecture, "50 Years of Operations Under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act" at Pravni Fakultet in Croatia on May 8.