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Affordable Care Act: Faculty Commentary

IIT Chicago-Kent faculty offered perspectives in the media on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, just before and after the U.S. Supreme Court decision.

IIT Chicago-Kent's 2012 Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars will get a unique look at law school and the legal profession

A diverse group of 25 undergraduate students, all interested in legal careers, is participating in a special four-week summer session at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. The law school is hosting the Pre-Law Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Program, which is designed to provide current college freshmen, sophomores, and juniors exposure to the rigors of law school and contact with legal professionals. The PLUS program is also aimed at promoting diversity in the legal profession.

Access to Justice on a smartphone

A redesign of A2J Author software currently in the works will allow pro se litigants greater access to A2J Guided Interviews by allowing the application to be used on any Web browser, including the browser on a cell phone. Now, anybody with access to a computer or a smartphone will be able to create a fileable legal document by answering a series of simple questions about their legal issue.

IIT Chicago-Kent to develop ebook for national Cyber Clinic pilot program

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law's Center for Access to Justice and Technology (CAJT), in cooperation with the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) and Idaho Legal Services, Inc., will take clinical education to the next level with the development of Cyber Clinics modeled on Professor Ronald W. Staudt's current Justice & Technology Practicum course.

Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol of Thailand and ABA President-elect Laurel G. Bellows to address 2012 IIT Chicago-Kent graduates

Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol of Thailand and Laurel G. Bellows, president-elect of the American Bar Association, will address graduates at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law's 2012 Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 13, at 2:30 p.m at the UIC Forum in Chicago. There will also be a live webcast of the ceremony available on the Commencement homepage at www.kentlaw.iit.edu/commencement.

Play by IIT Chicago-Kent Professor Henry H. Perritt, Jr., offers attorneys innovative way to earn continuing legal education credits

"Giving Ground," a play by IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law Professor Henry H. Perritt, Jr., is more than a whodunit full of murder, mayhem, political corruption and shady corporate dealings. Premiering May 3, 2012, at the Thompson Center Auditorium in Chicago, the play is also a carefully crafted program through which Illinois attorneys can earn MCLE credit. The performance is co-sponsored by IIT Chicago-Kent's Office of Continuing Legal Education, The Artistic Home Theater and the Chicago Bar Association's Young Lawyers Section.

Austin D. Sarat to deliver public lecture April 23 as IIT Chicago-Kent's 2012 Centennial Visitor

Amherst College Professor Austin D. Sarat will deliver the 2012 Centennial Lecture, "Keeping Civility in its Place: Dissent, Injustice and the Lessons of History," on April 23 at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. The lecture is free and open to the public, but reservations are requested. A reception will follow the lecture.

George Washington University law professor Laura Dickinson will deliver the 2011 IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize lecture on April 24

George Washington University law professor Laura Dickinson will discuss her award-winning book, "Outsourcing War and Peace: Preserving Public Values in a World of Privatized Foreign Affairs" (Yale University Press 2011), at the 2011 IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law/Roy C. Palmer Civil Liberties Prize Lecture. The program will begin at noon on April 24, 2012.

IIT Chicago-Kent wins the seventh annual National Ethics Trial Competition

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law second-year students Bernadett Guy, Jordan Lebovitz, Tara Korthals and Erin Mayer are the winners of the seventh annual National Ethics Trial Competition, held March 15 to 17 at the Robert T. Matsui Federal Courthouse in Sacramento, Calif. IIT Chicago-Kent was one of only 16 law school teams invited to participate in the competition.

Caroline Teichner '12 and Anne Schmidlin '13 to represent IIT Chicago-Kent in the Evan A. Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition

Caroline Teichner '12 and Anne Schmidlin '13 will represent IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in the 2012 Evan A. Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition March 23 to 25 at the University of Wisconsin Law School in Madison. Law school teams from many of the top moot court programs in the country will participate in the tournament, which is named for Judge Evan A. Evans, who served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit from 1916 to 1948.

IIT Chicago-Kent adds the names of 21 alumni to IUSTITIAM SERVAVERUNT

The names of 21 IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law alumni have been added to Iustitiam Servaverunt, an artistic tribute to the law school's century-old tradition of educating judges and to the many law school alumni who have served on state and federal courts. Nicknamed the "Judges Wall," Iustitiam Servaverunt is a stainless steel sculpture that bears the names of more than 250 IIT Chicago-Kent alumni who have become judges.

IIT Chicago-Kent to participate in the 39th annual Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition

Second-year IIT Chicago-Kent students John Lawlis and Kyle Wallenberg will represent the law school in the 39th annual Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competitionas Midwest regional tournament March 16 to 18 in Chicago. Sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the competition focuses on patent and intellectual property law issues. Winners from four regional competitions will advance to compete in the national tournament in April.

IiT Chicago-Kent to participate in National Ethics Trial Competition

Bernadett Guy, Jordan Lebovitz, Tara Korthals and Erin Mayer, second-year students at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, will represent the law school in the seventh annual National Ethics Trial Competition, held March 15 to 17 at the Robert T. Matsui Federal Courthouse in Sacramento, Calif.

IIT Chicago-Kent Center for Open Government to host Freedom of Information and Open Meetings Act training seminar for journalists

The Center for Open Government at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, the Chicago Headline Club and Citizen Advocacy Center will co-sponsor a free open government training seminar for professional and citizen journalists March 17 from noon to 2 p.m. at the law school, Room 580, 565 West Adams St. (between Clinton and Jefferson streets), in Chicago.

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law to Participate in the National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Law

Allison Adams, Catherine Cottle and Jason Gluskin, second-year students at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, will represent the law school in the National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Law. The tournament will be held March 9 and 10 at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio.

IIT Chicago-Kent advances to the 2012 AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition's national finals

The IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law team of Daniel Crone '12, Marcell Taylor '12, Jessica Velez '12, and Carlos Vera '12 has advanced to the national finals of the American Association for Justice's 2012 Student Trial Advocacy Competition by winning the regional tournament, held March 1 to 4 in St. Louis. IIT Chicago-Kent will now compete against first-place teams from 13 other regional tournaments in the national finals March 22 to 25 in Las Vegas.

"Internet Privacy, Social Networks and Data Aggregation" is the theme of IIT Chicago-Kent conference

IIT Chicago-Kent will present Internet Privacy, Social Networks and Data Aggregation, a one-day conference that will feature a wide range of experts in the technology, legal, computer science, and information privacy fields who will focus on Internet privacy and the problems created by the intersection of social networks and the burgeoning data aggregation industry on March 23. Attendance is free of charge, but reservations are required. The conference is eligible for 5.0 hours of IL MCLE credit.

Exelon Corporation CEO John W. Rowe to deliver keynote address at second annual Great Lakes Environmental Law Symposium

"The Future of Energy Law in Illinois and Beyond"
John W. Rowe, chairman and CEO of Exelon Corporation and chairman of the IIT Board of Trustees, will deliver the keynote address at the second annual Great Lakes Environmental Law Symposium, co-sponsored by IIT Chicago-Kent and the Chicago Park District. The half-day symposium will be held March 30 at the law school.

IIT Chicago-Kent to participate in the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition

Two teams from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law will participate in the 33rd annual ABA National Appellate Advocacy Regional Competition March 1 to 3 at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in San Francisco. Second-year students Emily Chase-Sosnoff, Irena Kin and Sam Mustain will compete on one team. The other team will comprise second-year students Gregory Forfa, Patrick Gill and Prava Palacharla.

IIT Chicago-Kent repeats as National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition champions

Second-year students Richard Poskozim and Filip Zucek successfully defended IIT Chicago-Kent's championship in the third annual National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition, held February 24 and 25 in Chicago. This is IIT Chicago-Kent's second consecutive National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition championship.

IIT Chicago-Kent wins the William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition championship

Second-year law students Rachel Brady, Matthew Cogan and Alexandra Grace have won the 27th annual William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, held February 23 to 25 at the University of Minnesota Law School. Brady also received the competition's overall Best Oral Advocate Award.

IIT Chicago-Kent to compete in the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition's 2012 regional tournament

Two teams from IIT Chicago-Kent will compete against teams from other 12 law schools in the American Association for Justice's 2012 Student Trial Advocacy Competition's regional tournament from March 1 to 4 in St. Louis. 3L students Daniel Crone, Marcell Taylor, Jessica Velez and Carlos Vera will compete on one of IIT Chicago-Kent's teams. The second IIT Chicago-Kent team will comprise 3L students Nicholas Economakos, Jennifer Rexroat-Lavin and Brett Siegel, and 2L student Amanda Bielinski.

IIT Chicago-Kent to participate in the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law students Patrick Abbott, Eun-kyung Kim and Erica Yee will represent the law school in the 24th annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, to be held February 23 to 25 in White Plains, New York. Established in 1989, the tournament is recognized as the preeminent environmental law competition in the United States. More than 200 students from across the United States and Canada compete annually.

IIT Chicago-Kent to defend its championship in the National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law will field two teams to defend its championship and best brief honors in the third annual National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition, to be held February 24 and 25 in Chicago. Third-year students Sinjan Bose, Joshua Lurie and Kirtana Kalavapudi will compete on one of IIT Chicago-Kent's teams. The second IIT Chicago-Kent team will comprise second-year students Richard Poskozim and Filip Zucek.

IIT Chicago-Kent advances to the NBLSA Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition finals

For the third consecutive year, IIT Chicago-Kent has advanced to the national finals of the National Black Law Students Association's (NBLSA) Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Competition. The mock trial team of Hazel Gumbs, Rachel Oliver, Johanna Ojo and Brittany Pritchett will join 11 other teams in the national finals, which take place March 7 to 11 in Washington, D.C.

Katherine S. Newman to deliver 34th annual Kenneth M. Piper Lecture at IIT Chicago-Kent

"Workers on the Run: Recession and the Pressure on Workplace Rights"
Dean Katherine S. Newman of the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University will deliver IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law's 34rd annual Kenneth M. Piper Lecture on March 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The lecture is free and open to the public.

New issue of the Seventh Circuit Review now available online

The latest issue of Chicago-Kent's Seventh Circuit Review is now online at www.kentlaw.edu/7cr, complete with synopses of the students' articles available as downloadable MP3 files. The articles analyze recent decisions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit dealing with the Bivens decision, international law and legislative immunity.

IIT Chicago-Kent to participate in the William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition

Two IIT Chicago-Kent teams will participate in the 27th annual William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition February 23 to 25 at the University of Minnesota Law School. Second-year students Max Barack, Ramsin Canon and Amir Missaghi will compete on one team; the other team will comprise second-year students Rachel Brady, Matthew Cogan and Alexandra Grace.

IIT Chicago-Kent advances to National Trial Competition as top seed from Region 8

The IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law team of Lindsay Gephardt '12, Heather Widell '12, and Erik Wilson '12 has advanced to the final rounds of the National Trial Competition (NTC), to be held March 21 to 24 in Austin, Tex. IIT Chicago-Kent was one of two winning teams in the NTC Region 8 tournament, held February 9 to 11 in Chicago. This is the sixth consecutive year IIT Chicago-Kent will send a team to the NTC finals.

IIT Chicago-Kent to compete in NBLSA's Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Midwest Regional Competition

IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law will defend its regional championship in the National Black Law Students Association's Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Midwest Regional Competition, from February 15 to 19, in Columbus, Ohio. Third-year students Hazel Gumbs and Brittany Pritchett and second-year students Joanna Ojo and Rachel Oliver will represent IIT Chicago-Kent in the tournament.

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Ukraine and Challenges for U.S. National Security

Streaming Audio Eichensehr-Ukraine-AUDIO.mp3UVA Law professor Kristen Eichensehr discusses how the conflict in Ukraine highlights broader challenges for U.S. national security and foreign relations, including sanctions policy and cybersecurity. Eichensehr spoke at the Alumni Board and Council luncheon.


aCommon Lawa S4 E8: The Psychology of Eyewitness Memory

Streaming Audio Common Law S4 Ep 8_ Elizabeth Loftus_withTriggerWarning_@-18LUFS.mp3Psychologist Elizabeth F. Loftus, a leading expert on memory, discusses how her research transformed the justice system. Dean Risa Goluboff and Professor Greg Mitchell host the episode.A


aCommon Lawa S4 E7: The High Cost of Pretrial Detention

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S4_Ep7_MeganStevenson_FINAL@-18LUFS.mp3Would you rather spend a day in jail or be the victim of a burglary? UVA Law professor Megan Stevenson discusses why her research suggests almost no one should be detained pretrial.


aCheap Speecha: A Conversation With Richard L. Hasen

Streaming Audio AUDIO-Cheap_Speech_Citron_Hasen.mp3Professor Richard L. Hasen of the University of California, Irvine, discusses his new book, aCheap Speech: How Disinformation Poisons Our Politics a and How to Cure It.a Professor Danielle Citron moderated the talk. The event was sponsored by the LawTech Center.


Elon Muskas Takeover of Twitter

Streaming Audio Twitter_Musk_AUDIO.mp3Washington and Lee University professor Carliss Chatman; Chuck Cory a82, former chairman of technology banking at Morgan Stanley; UVA Law professor Cathy Hwang; and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Senior Counsel Peter Lyons discuss Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Muskas rapid takeover of Twitter and whatas next. The event was sponsored by the John W. Glynn, Jr. Law & Business Program.


Speaking of Injustice: A Night With Virginiaas Wrongfully Convicted

Streaming Audio Innocence-Fundraiser-AUDIO.mp3Freed clients Lamar Barnes, James Lamont Madison, Gilbert Merritt, Bobbie Morman Jr., Emerson Stevens and Jervon Tillman share their experiences at a fundraiser for the Innocence Project at UVA Law. Professor Deirdre Enright a92, the founding director of UVA Lawas Innocence Project Clinic, and current directors and professors Jennifer Givens and Juliet Hatchett a15 also participated.


aJesus and John Waynea and the Evangelical Reckoning

Streaming Audio Meador-Lecture-AUDIO.mp3Calvin University history professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez delivers the 2022 Meador Lecture on her latest book, aJesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation.a Dean Risa Goluboff introduced Du Mez.


aCommon Lawa S4 E6: Property Taxes and Racial Gentrification

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S4_Ep6_AndrewHayashi_FINAL@-18LUFS.mp3Under some property tax schemes, white homebuyers moving into gentrifying neighborhoods might be getting a substantial tax break, explains UVA Law professor Andrew Hayashi.


A Conversation With Justice Stephen Breyer

Streaming Audio full_audio.mp3Justice Stephen Breyer, the recipient of the 2022 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Law, looks back on his career at the U.S. Supreme Court as he prepares to retire this summer. UVA President Jim Ryan a92 presents the medal and Dean Risa Goluboff, Breyeras former clerk, serves as moderator. Thomas Jefferson Foundation President Leslie Greene Bowman also gives remarks.


Feminism Confronts Homo Economicus: Gender, Law, and Society

Streaming Audio tax-feminism.mp3Professor Martha Albertson Fineman of the Emory University School of Law discusses her article aCracking the Foundational Myths: Independence, Autonomy, and Self-Sufficiencya in the book aFeminism Confronts Homo Economicus: Gender, Law, and Society,a co-edited with Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler associate Terence Dougherty. Professor Miranda Stewart of the University of Melbourne Law School provides commentary. UVA Law professor Ruth Mason and Oxford University professor Tsilly Dagan also discuss the work. This event was held as part of the aTax Meets Non-Taxa Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs workshop series that builds bridges from tax to other kinds of scholarship.


aCommon Lawa S4 E5: The Railroad Strike Case That Made History on Federal Injunctions

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S4_Ep5_AdityaBamzai_FINAL_REVISED@-18LUFS.mp3UVA Law professor Aditya Bamzai discusses In re Debs and the federal governmentas use of injunctions with hosts John Harrison and Risa Goluboff.


An Update on the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Streaming Audio Ukraine-Panel-audio.mp3UVA Law professors Kristen Eichensehr, Paul B. Stephan a77 and Pierre-Hugues Verdier, and lecturer Richard Dean a80, a partner with Baker & McKenzie, discuss the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict, including sanctions, cyber operations and the U.S. response. UVA Law professor Mitu Gulati moderated the panel. The event was sponsored by the Virginia Journal of International Law.


From Protest to Law

Streaming Audio McCorckle-kennedy-audio.mp3During the 2022 McCorkle Lecture, Professor Randall L. Kennedy of Harvard Law School discusses triumphs and defeats for racial justice during the civil rights era.


Sovereign Debt Restructuring in the Era of COVID-19

Streaming Audio Sovereign-debt-AUDIO.mp3UVA Law professor Mitu Gulati and Lee Buchheit, formerly of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, discuss how sovereign debt restructuring sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic will play out in 2022 and 2023. Dean Risa Goluboff introduced Gulati and Buchheit.


Testing Theories of American Politics

Streaming Audio tax-american-politics-AUDIO.mp3Professor Martin Gilens of UCLA discusses his article aTesting Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens,a co-authored with Professor Benjamin Page of Northwestern University. Professor Daniel N. Shaviro of New York University School of Law provides commentary. UVA Law professor Ruth Mason, Oxford University professor Tsilly Dagan and other legal scholars also discuss the work. This event was held as part of the aTax Meets Non-Taxa Oxford-Virginia Legal Dialogs workshop series that builds bridges from tax to other kinds of scholarship.


aCommon Lawa S4 E4: Why Fair Procedures Matter in Policing

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S4_Ep4_TomTyler_FINAL_@-18LUFS.mp3Yale Law School professor Tom R. Tyler joins co-host and fellow psychologist Gregory Mitchell to discuss Tyleras work on procedural justice, including a training program for Chicago police officers.


aCommon Lawa S4 E3: Calling Out Cyberattacks

Streaming Audio CommonLaw_S4_Ep3_KristenEichensehr_FINAL_@-18LUFS.mp3The United States and other nations have only recently begun to publicly attribute cyberattacks to other countries, such as Russia. UVA Law professor Kristen Eichensehr proposes more transparency and legal guardrails when exposing cyberattacks.


The History of Race in Higher Education

Streaming Audio BLSA-Academics-Panel-Forde-Mazrui-AUDIO.mp3Professor Kim Forde-Mazrui, director of the Center for the Study of Race and Law, discusses the history of race and the importance of equality in higher education. The event was held as part of the Black Law Students Associationas Black History Month celebration, and was co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Race and the Law.


aCommon Lawa S4 E2: Inside the Presidentas Supreme Court Commission

Streaming Audio Common Law S4 Ep 2_ Tara Leigh Grove_FINAL_@-18LUFS.mp3University of Alabama law professor Tara Leigh Grove, a member of the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States, joins hosts John Harrison and Risa Goluboff to discuss options for reform and why change is so difficult.


Cybersecurity Beyond the Headlines: A Conversation With Journalist Nicole Perlroth

Streaming Audio Perlroth-Eichensehr- MP3.mp3Reporter and best-selling author Nicole Perlroth joins UVA Law professor Kristen Eichensehr, director of the Law Schoolas National Security Law Center, for a discussion of ransomware, espionage, the market for zero-day exploits and the role of the U.S. government in the cybersecurity ecosystem. This event was hosted by the Law School's National Security Law Center.


aCommon Lawa S4 E1: Why ESG Funds Are Shaking Up Wall Street

Streaming Audio Common Law S4 Ep 1_ QuinnCurtis_FINAL_.mp3Do ESG funds a those espousing environmental, social and governance values a live up to their label, and should they be regulated? UVA Law professor Quinn Curtis joins hosts Cathy Hwang and Risa Goluboff.


Justice Breyeras Legacy: Four Decades on the Bench

Streaming Audio Breyer-Clerks-AUDIO.mp3Dean Risa Goluboff leads a panel of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's former clerks a including U.S. Judge Vince Chhabria and UVA Law professors Rachel Harmon and Daniel Ortiz a to discuss his legacy.


Intimate Privacy Violations and the Law: A Conversation With Crime Novelist Julia Dahl

Streaming Audio Citron-Cahn_AUDIO.mp3Crime reporter and novelist Julia Dahl joins UVA Law professor Danielle K. Citron for a discussion about her latest novel aThe Missing Hours,a which imagines the extralegal response of a victim of sexual assault and intimate privacy violations. This discussion was sponsored by the Law School's LawTech Center; the Virginia Journal of Law & Technology; and Law, Innovation, Security & Technology (LIST).


Inside Sines v. Kessler: A Case Holding White Supremacists Accountable

Streaming Audio MLK-2022-AUDIO.mp3As part of the Universityas 2022 Community MLK Commemoration, a panel explores the successful civil lawsuit against organizers, promoters and participants in the 2017 Unite the Right rally. The panelists are plaintiffs Marissa K. Blair, Elizabeth Sines a19 and Devin Willis; co-lead plaintiffsa attorneys Roberta Kaplan and Karen L. Dunn; and Deborah Lipstadt, an Emory University history professor who gave expert testimony on antisemitism at the trial. Professor Kim Forde-Mazrui, director of the Center for the Study of Race and Law, moderated the panel. This event also included the presentation of the Gregory H. Swanson Award, named in honor of UVA and the Law Schoolas first Black student, by Dean Risa Goluboff.


The Fight for Privacy

Streaming Audio Citron-Foundation_AUDIO.mp3Professor Danielle K. Citron, director of UVA Law's new LawTech Center, discusses topics from her forthcoming book, aThe Fight for Privacy: Protecting Dignity, Identity, and Love in the Digital Age.a Dean Risa Goluboff introduces Citron.


Justice and Legitimacy (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-4-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Andrew Lister, Queenas University; Simon May, Florida State University; and Cynthia Stark, University of Utah, participate in the panel discussion aJustice and Legitimacy,a moderated by Blain Neufeld, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Education, Labor, and Justice (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-3-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Gina Schouten of Harvard University and Sabine Tsuruda of Queenas University discuss aEducation, Labor and Justice,a with Christie Hartley of Georgia State University moderating. This conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


The Permanent Achievement of aA Theory of Justicea

Streaming Audio Karsh- Keynote-AUDIO.mp3Brown University professor Charles Larmore delivers his keynote lecture, aThe Permanent Achievement of A Theory of Justice.a Sponsored by UVA Lawas Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


Race, Religion and Ideal Theory (A Theory of Justice: 50 Years Later)

Streaming Audio Karsh- Panel-2-AUDIO.mp3Scholars Larry Krasnoff, College of Charleston; CA(c)cile Laborde, University of Oxford; and Anthony Laden, University of Illinois Chicago, participate in the panel discussion aRace, Religion, and Ideal Theory,a moderated by Lori Watson of Washington University in St. Louis. Sponsored by UVA LawasA Karsh Center for Law and Democracy and the Center for Law & Philosophy, the conference marked the 50th anniversary of John Rawlsa aA Theory of Justice.a


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Preview of championship weekend for high school baseball and softball

JSerra faces Sherman Oaks Notre Dame for the Southern Section Division I baseball title; Eastvale Roosevelt faces Los Alamitos for the DI softball title.


Commentary: After nine years, endless delays and a corruption probe, what's next for Angel Stadium?

If the Angel Stadium deal collapses, what happens? The Angels have options, but few of them would be a win for taxpayers.


Teen hoops players are paid $100K salaries. The goal? A new path to the NBA

Bay Area twins Amen and Ausar Thompson signed six-figure deals to join Overtime Elite, a league for teenagers. A look at the league's first season.


High school baseball: City playoff results and updated pairings

High school baseball: City playoff results and updated pairings


High school softball: City playoff results and championship schedule

High school softball: City playoff results and championship schedule


HernA!ndez: Where is Walker Buehler? Dodgers ace still searching for old self

The Dodgers will need pitcher Walker Buehler to pitch like the old Buehler if they want to win the World Series in October.


Chargers begin groundbreaking moves with Super Bowl in mind

Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos asked new El Segundo neighbors, the Lakers, for some championship mojo as his team broke ground on new headquarters.


Dodgers complete sweep, salvage winning homestand with 5-3 victory over Diamondbacks

Justin Turner hit a three-run homer and the Dodgers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-3 to complete a four-game sweep on Wednesday at Dodger Stadium.


Sophomore Turner Osswald of El Camino Real wins City Section golf title

Turner Osswald makes six birdies on back nine to finish four-under par to win City title


Jaime JarrAn, Charley Steiner among Dodgers broadcasters to test positive for COVID-19

The Dodgers announced Wednesday that some members of its broadcast team had tested positive for COVID-19. The Dodgers will broadcast road games remotely for now.


Kentucky Derby winner Rich Strike is the talk of Preakness, even if he isn't racing

Rich Strike may not be at the Preakness, but there is still a lot of talk of how he won the Kentucky Derby. The consensus: It had to do with two horses that came from Dubai.


Granada Hills' Dijon Stanley to make mad dash at the City Section track championships

Dijon Stanley, a running back at Granada Hills High, could run away from the pack in the 400 meters at the City Section track championships.


Column: Meet Ryan Zurn, La Mirada High's 10-year-old baseball announcer

Ryan Zurn might be 10 years old but the fifth-grader is in his second year of announcing La Mirada High baseball games. He handles it with aplomb.


U.S. Soccer achieves equal pay goal, splitting World Cup revenue evenly between men, women

U.S. Soccer has agreed to new collective-bargaining agreements with its men's and women's national teams that will guarantee equal pay for all players.


Plaschke: Sparks' new season, and Derek Fisher's job security, off to a shaky start

Arguably the most important summer in Sparks history begins with a home-opening loss to the WNBA's only winless team a and wait, it gets worse.


Sparks slip up with two seconds left as winless Lynx team spoils their home opener

Nneka Ogwumike scored 22 points, but the Minnesota Lynx spoiled the Sparks' home opener in the final seconds, handing them an 87-84 loss on Tuesday.


High school boys' volleyball: Southern California Regional results and updated pairings

High school boys' volleyball: Southern California Regional results and updated pairings


Clayton Kershaw's sons make fun trip to Dodger Stadium to play ball with Dad

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who is on the injured list, took a break Tuesday to play with sons Charley and Cooper in the Dodger Stadium outfield.


High school baseball: City and Southern Section semifinal results and championship schedule

High school baseball: City and Southern Section semifinal results and championship schedule


High school softball: City and Southern Section playoff results and championship schedule

High school softball: City and Southern Section playoff results and championship schedule


JSerra beats Villa Park to reach Southern Section Division 1 baseball final

JSerra defeats Villa Park in a drama-filled finish to advance to the Southern Section Division 1 baseball final Friday against Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.


Why Rams' Super Bowl victory was bittersweet for Tyler Higbee and Jordan Fuller

Injuries forced Rams tight end Tyler Higbee and safety Jordan Fuller to miss Super Bowl LVI after being key contributors all season, so they claim to have extra motivation for a super repeat.


'Making work fun': Mookie Betts extends tear as Dodgers sweep doubleheader

The Dodgers won both of their games against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium, thanks in no small part to the latest highlight day from Mookie Betts.


Judge pauses sale of Angel Stadium amid FBI corruption probe of Anaheim mayor

The FBI alleges Mayor Harry Sidhu may have committed crimes that include fraud, theft or bribery, making false statements, obstruction of justice and witness tampering.


Tom Brady will get roasted in new Netflix comedy special

Netflix has announced a series of TV specials roasting celebrities, starting with veteran football quarterback Tom Brady, who will executive produce.


Galaxy, LAFC in top half of MLS payrolls; 'Chicharito' second-highest paid player

The Galaxy and LAFC have some of the highest team payrolls in the MLS while Javier "Chicharito" HernA!ndez is the second-highest paid player in MLS.


Reliever Caleb Ferguson makes return for Dodgers; David Price's next steps unclear

The Dodgers' Caleb Ferguson worked a scoreless inning Monday in his first big league outing since 2020, but the plans for David Price aren't as clear.


Column: Nationals fired scout for refusing COVID vaccine. He's now selling cars a and suing

Benny Gallo loved his scouting job, but that changed when the Washington Nationals required him to get vaccinated. Now he is fighting to get his job back.


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