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Week of 5.11.20

Good afternoon! We hope all of our ND Law mothers enjoyed a wonderful Mother's Day. We will virtually confer law degrees on our newest Notre Dame Lawyers this Sunday. Thank you to everyone who has helped our students get to this day, especially during these last few months. We celebrate and are so proud of each of them! 

The Latest News
Jimmy Gurulé participates in RUSI webinar 

Jimmy participated in a webinar last week sponsored by the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) on the effectiveness of the current counter-terrorist financing strategy. The webinar focused on a recent paper RUSI published on terrorist financing. Jimmy was asked to peer review the paper. Read more here.

Jimmy was also quoted in the article, "11 legal experts agree: There’s no good reason for DOJ to drop the Michael Flynn case." Read more here.
What is the future of Administrative law?

Jeff Pojanowski discussed his recent Harvard Law Review article, "Neoclassical Administrative Law," on the Arbitrary & Capricious podcast hosted by the Ad Law Center at George Mason Law. Listen to the podcast here.

Rick Garnett in the news about upcoming Supreme Court cases

Rick predicts that the Supreme Court is likely to agree with the schools in two upcoming religious freedom cases in this expert piece by ND News. Read more here.

Rick was quoted by Education Week in "Next Up at Supreme Court: Employment Rights of Parochial School Teachers." Read the story here.

Rick also discusses the Supreme Court oral arguments on the Trump administration’s broad expansion of the employers and universities who can opt-out from the Obamacare contraceptive mandate in a Bloomberg podcast. Listen here.

Nicole Garnett quoted by AP

Nicole was quoted in "Supreme Court Notebook: Chatty Thomas breaks with precedent." Read the story here.


Lloyd Mayer quoted by Bloomberg Tax

Lloyd was quoted on the topic of nonprofits and tax concerns related to COVID-19 in the Bloomberg Daily Report. Read more here.


Patrick Thomas quoted in Tax Notes
Patrick was quoted in the article, "IRS Wants Its Money Back From the Dead." You can view the article here. You can also create a free account through ND's institutional subscription and read the article here
Pat Dore on Law Crime Network

Pat joined Brian Ross last week on Law Crime Network to answer real estate law questions that have become increasingly relevant during the Covid-19 pandemic. Watch the video 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 Virtual Events
Sunday, May 17
Virtual Degree Conferral, 1 p.m. at Beginning at noon, the website will stream music and photos.

Please send any event updates for the google calendar to Amanda Gray, Please include any zoom info, etc.  
Around the Watercooler
Congratulations to Dwight King on his retirement
After 34 years, Dwight King is retiring from the Law Library. Dwight says that he has enjoyed his time working with the faculty, staff, and students of the Law School where he taught legal research and helped students and faculty members with their research projects. He particularly enjoyed his years as faculty advisor for BLSA and as University Ombudsperson for Discriminatory Harassment. In retirement, Dwight hopes to do volunteer work in the community and continue his hobbies of bike riding and woodcarving. Once the pandemic subsides, he and his wife, Mary Hendriksen, the assistant director of Notre Dame's Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, look forward to visiting their four children and their families in New York City and Chicago.

Congratulations to senior Kariana Radabaugh 

Kariana Melody Radabaugh, the daughter of Christopher and Shere Radabaugh, will be attending the University of Notre Dame this fall. Kariana, a senior at Mishawaka High School, is one of five valedictorians for Mishawaka’s Class of 2020. 

Kariana has been involved with choir, theater, and NHS at Mishawaka and has been a part of several musical and theatrical productions. She has also danced for many years with Debbie Werbrouck School of Dance and the Patchwork Dance Company.  

Kariana plans to study Japanese and teach English as a Second Language at Notre Dame and plans to travel and study abroad as part of her academic goals.

Celebrate your graduate!
We would love to share news of other graduates (grade school, high school, college, professional, etc.) of ND Law employees.

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Stay safe and healthy!
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