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NDLS Communicator
Week of 4.5.21

Good morning! Please read below for the latest Law School news and events. 

The Latest News
Jimmy Gurulé talks to USA Today

Jimmy was quoted in "Rep. Matt Gaetz's media blitz publicized a federal investigation. Legal experts say that poses risks." Read here.
Nicole Garnett moderates a discussion for the Federalist Society

Last week, Nicole moderated a discussion of the new book "Unshackled: Freeing America's K-12 Education System" with its coauthors for the Federalist Society. Listen to a podcast recording of the discussion here.
Mark McKenna talks to the Wall Street Journal

Mark was quoted in "Nike Files Lawsuit Over Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes." Read here. Subscription required
Faculty News
 
On April 8 Carter Snead will deliver the Harold T. Shapiro Lecture on Ethics, Science, and Technology hosted by Princeton University's James Madison Program. Learn more here.

Also on April 8, Lloyd Mayer will be part of a webinar through the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI, "Charitable Crowdfunding: Who Gives, to What, and Why?" Learn more here.

Last week, the Law School's new Religious Liberty Initiative hosted a panel discussion with women from different faith traditions, "Empowering Women through Religious Liberty," moderated by Stephanie Barclay. Read a recap of the event from one of the panelists, Partnership Schools Superintendent Kathleen Porter-Magee. A recording of the event is also available on YouTube.

The Religious Liberty Initiative also filed a new brief in the Oak Flat case, viewable here. Rick Garnett was also part of a group of scholars who filed an amicus brief in the case, viewable here.
Alumni News
 
ND Law alumna Kristina Campbell '02 J.D., a professor at UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, wrote "The Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Failure to Protect Refugee Children on the U.S.-Mexico Border" for the Kroc Institute's new issue of Peace Policy. Read it here.
Student News
 
JSD student and Nanovic Institute graduate fellow Clare O'Hare discussed the Irish Judges at the Center of the English Commercial Court at her Graduate Fellow Lecture. View a recording of the lecture here.

Raymond Cordova, 3L, wrote a blog post for Shutts & Bowen LLP about his winter clerkship experience. Read the post here.
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
Upcoming Events

Monday, April 5

  • Suffolk County DA Talk, 12:30 p.m., zoom

Tuesday, April 6

  • Faculty colloquium, Emily Bremer, 12:30 p.m., zoom

Wednesday, April 7

  • Faculty Meeting,12:30 p.m., zoom

Thursday, April 8 

  • "The Origins of Mass Incarceration: The Courts and the 1960s Criminal Procedure Revolution?", 7 p.m., register here. This event is part of the Catholic Criminal Justice Reform Network, a new initiative of the Lumen Christi Institute, where Rick Garnett is a board member. 

Friday, April 9

  • Law & Economics Seminar: Steven Shavell, Harvard Law, 12:30 p.m., zoom
Around the Watercooler
COVID-19 Vaccine

Indiana residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Remember, you can get vaccinated at any site in Indiana. You can register HERE

On-campus Vaccination Update
  • To help the University focus on vaccine administration to students before the semester ends, faculty and staff are encouraged to continue to utilize the vaccination sites in the local community for appointments rather than scheduling an appointment on-campus. It is important to note that if you receive your first dose at a local vaccination site, the University will not be able to administer your second dose at the on-campus center.
  • If accessing a vaccination site or appointment in the local community is a challenge, the University can accommodate you at our on-campus center. Appointments for the first dose of the vaccine at the on-campus vaccination center will be from Thursday, April 8 through Thursday, April 15. The center will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day. At your first appointment, you will make arrangements to receive your second dose at the vaccination center exactly three weeks from when you received your first dose, between Thursday, April 29 and Thursday, May 6.  
  • In the coming days you will receive an email from Zotec Partners, the company that the Indiana Department of Health utilizes to provide technical support through the vaccination process, to schedule your on-campus vaccine. You should only use this link if you need to schedule your first dose at the on-campus center. Within the email, you will receive a unique link to schedule your first dose of the vaccine. Please note that the link provided will only allow for you to schedule your first dose and should not be forwarded. 
Documenting your COVID-19 Vaccine

After you have received either the second dose of the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the University is asking that you upload your vaccination documentation into PyraMed.

1.    Scan or take a picture of your vaccination card.
2.    Access the portal at https://go.nd.edu/vaccineportal.
3.    Click on the red text link on the landing page directing you to fill out your pending forms.
4.    Open the form for COVID Vaccination – Faculty or Staff.
5.    Choose the option to share your one or two-dose vaccine information. 

NOTE: If you received the two-dose series, make sure that you have completed both doses before uploading any information.

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Have a great week!
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tfry@nd.edu
 
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