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NDLS Communicator
Week of 11.25.19

Good morning! As we begin Thanksgiving week we take a moment to give thanks for our Law School community. We are grateful for each of you, and the contributions you make to Notre Dame every day. Warm wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving filled with abundant and delicious food, quality time with family and friends, and many blessings.

The Latest News

2019 All-Faculty Team Honoree: Randy Kozel

Randy was honored as part of Notre Dame's All-Faculty Team at the Boston College game. Congratulations! 
The Kroc Cast with Mary Ellen O'Connell

The latest edition of The Kroc Cast features Mary Ellen talking with Samuel Moyn of Yale Law School about legal arguments for the prohibition of force. Listen here.  

Lloyd Mayer quoted in Tampa Bay Times  

Lloyd was quoted in "David Straz died of natural causes, leaving charity worth $72 million." Read more here.

Contempt of Grace: Theological & Legal Error in William Barr’s Understanding of Religious Freedom

The National Catholic Register published an article about Adjunct Professor Patricia Hackett's rebuttal to Attorney General William Barr's speech at the Law School. Read more here.

ND Law School starting Dublin summer internship program

The Law School is starting a summer internship program for rising 2Ls in Dublin, Ireland. Read more about the program here
Clinic helps survivors of domestic violence navigate expungement process in Indiana
Chris Kozelichki and several Law School students held an expungement clinic at the YWCA of North Central Indiana in late October to help domestic abuse victims navigate the process of expunging their records, which can help with housing and employment opportunities. Read more here.

Jennifer Thompson:
The Concentric Circles of Harm

The Klau Center and the Exoneration Project hosted Jennifer Thompson, founder and director of the Healing Justice Project, who spoke about her experience at the center of a wrongful conviction case, and its devastating aftermath. Read more and see the video of her presentation here.

Tax Clinic students guest blog for Procedurally Taxing

Congratulations to 3Ls Matt Bradley and Alex Ingoglia for their recent publications in Procedurally Taxing. Both are members of the Tax Clinic this semester. Alex's post is here and Matt's post is here.

Notre Dame students participate in United Nations drafting session

J.S.D. student Maryssa Gabriel participated in the drafting of a United Nations convention focused on the right to development. Read more here.
This Week's Events
Monday, November 25
Diversity in Government and Working for a United State's Attorney's Office: A Conversation with Peter Salib, AUSA, USAO for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago, 12:30 p.m., 1315 Biolchini

Wednesday, November 27
No Classes

Thursday, November 28
Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, November 29
Thanksgiving Break. Law School closed.

Saturday, November 30
Notre Dame at Stanford, 4:00 p.m.
Around the Watercooler
Law School HR Consultant

Our HR consultant Jessie Schuman has taken a new job at the University. The Law School will be assigned a new consultant. In the meantime employees can contact Lori Maurer, Kim Patton, or LaKrisha Newbill with any HR questions or needs. We congratulate Jessie on her new position, and thank her for her service and help to the Law School!

Have a great week!

Contact Denise Wager with suggestions, comments, and content.
dwager@nd.edu
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