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Week of 9.7.21

Good afternoon! We hope everyone had a wonderful Labor Day weekend. Please read below for the latest law school news.

The Latest News

Avishalom Tor publishes new edited book

Avishalom, along with Prof. Dr. Klaus Mathis, faculty of law at the University of Lucerne, have co-edited a new book, “Law and Economics of Regulation.” Read more here.
Bruce Huber publishes new article

Bruce's article, 'Negative-Value Property," has been published by the Washington University Law Review. Read the article here.  

What I saw at the Daytona 500--Nicole Stelle Garnett

Nicole reflects on her time clerking for Justice Clarence Thomas in honor of his 30th anniversary serving on the Supreme Court. Read her reflection here.
Alex Yelderman quoted by The Daily Beast

Alex was quoted in “Backpage Kingpins Go on Trial — and Sex Workers May Pay the Price.” Read about the case and its far-reaching implications here.
Sam Bray quoted by the NY Times and U.S. News

Sam was quoted in the New York Times article, "Texas Abortion Case Highlights Concern Over Supreme Court’s ‘Shadow Docket." Read the story here.

 He was also quoted by U.S. News and World Report in, "Supreme Court Order on Texas Abortion Ban Puts ‘Shadow Docket’ in the Spotlight." Read more here.
Diane Desierto co-authors article with LL.M. alum on human rights in Afghanistan
Diane and Tahmina Sobat, an NDLS alumna and lawyer at the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, have co-authored, "The Endless War Against Human Rights in Afghanistan: Human Rights Defenders’ Joint Statement of Solidarity with the People of Afghanistan," in EJIL. Read more here.
Carter Snead writes op-ed for Washington Post

Carter wrote an op-ed, "Critics of Texas’s convoluted abortion law have a point. The solution is to overturn Roe v. Wade," in the Washington Post. Read more here.
Diane Desierto to speak at ND Forum 

Diane will join other faculty on September 9 to discuss how climate change, sustainability, and international security are inextricably linked. The event is part of the 2021-22 ND Forum. Read more here.

Diane will also speak at 16th European Society of International Law Conference on September 10 at a panel discussion about the use, misuse, and abuse of national emergency in international law. More information is here.
Papers published from The Ethics of Government Service Spring Symposium

Papers from last spring's symposium on The Ethics of Government Service, co-sponsored by the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy and the Program on Ethics, Compliance & Inclusion have been published. Read the issue here, which includes articles from Veronica Root Martinez, 2021 graduate Lauren Vaca, and 3L law student, Ross D’Entremont.

Dear faculty and staff,
We want to share your scholarship and other news and accomplishments with the ND Law community. If you have a new research piece, receive an award, or have anything else to share please let us know. You can email news here
Tuesday, September 7
Faculty Colloquia, Carissa Hessick, University of North Carolina, 12:30 p.m., Faculty Meeting Room

Thursday, September 9
Setting the Stage: International Security and Just Transition, 4:00 p.m., Carey Auditorium, Hesburgh Libraries

Friday, September 10
SCELF Speaker Series: Max Siegel, USA Track and Field,12:30 p.m., 1140 Eck Hall of Law

Saturday, September 11
Notre Dame vs. Toledo, 2:30 p.m.
Around the Watercooler
Happy Birthday!
September 7--Debbie Sumption
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Lap the Lakes: A Run to Support Mission 22 at Notre Dame
About seven thousand service members were killed in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. That number, however, is much higher when you consider that over six thousand veterans, many of whom served in support of the wars in the Middle East, die by suicide every year. Many of us in the Notre Dame Veteran community have experienced the loss of a friend and fellow Soldier, Airman, Marine, and Sailor. To honor these men and women, and the lives of so many others, the Military and Veteran Law Society is hosting "Lap the Lakes: A Run to Support Mission 22 at Notre Dame." For 22 hours straight from 6pm on September 16th to 4pm on September 17th, members of the Notre Dame community will be running and walking around St. Joseph's and St. Mary's Lake to raise awareness of the mental and physical battle that veterans continue to fight on the homefront and to raise funds for Mission 22, an organization that helps veterans and their families in that fight.

You can sign up HERE to participate as a runner, and you can donate to support the cause HERE. If you or a friend are in need of help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Line at 1-800-273-8255. 
Have a great week!
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