Faculty Activities & Publications | June 2020

FACULTY

Dean Darby Dickerson
  • She was invited to serve on the NCBE Testing Task Force – Test Design Committee.
  • She is now hosting a weekly AALS webinar called Faculty Focus, which is designed for tenure-track and junior non-tenure-track faculty.
  • Her AALS Presidential column on “Candor” appeared in the Spring 2020 AALS Newsletter.
Associate Dean Rodney Fong
  • He was reappointed to a one-year term on the ABA Council for Diversity in the Educational Pipeline.
Professor Marc Ginsberg 
  • The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics requested that he peer review the following paper: “Substantive Admissibility Of 3D Forensic Medical Graphics And Models”.
Professor Sonia Green
  • She gave an online presentation at the William & Mary Conference for Excellence in Teaching Legal Research and Writing Online titled  “Thinking Outside the Screen: Enhancing Video-Based Classes with Actors.”
Professor Paul Lewis
  • He published the article “The Small Business Reorganization Act and the Coronavirus” in the Insolvency Law Bulletin.
Professor Steven Schwinn
  • He published Protests During a Pandemic: Constitutional Rights and Public Health, 84(3) Social Education 140 (May/June 2020).
  • He gave the following presentations:
    • Panelist and Organizer, Online Faculty Forum on Police Violence, June 17, 2020.
    • Supreme Court Term Review, Wheaton League of Women Voters, June 18, 2020.
    • The Constitution and its effects on racism and systematic oppression, BLSA Online Forum, June 20, 2020.
    • YouTube Video on DHS v. University of California (DACA rescission ruling).
    • YouTube Video on Bostock (Title VII LBGTQ ruling).
  • He recently appeared on WTTW and Fox 32 for recorded and live interviews on Supreme Court cases.
  • He was quoted in The Hill about recent Supreme Court decisions.
Professor Mark Wojcik 
  • He gave an online presentation at the William & Mary Conference for Excellence in Teaching Legal Research and Writing Online:  Now That You’re Teaching Online, You Might As Well Teach Online Internationally.
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