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Week of 1.27.20

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

The Latest News

Sisters in Law

Notre Dame Law School commemorated the centennial of the 19th amendment with a panel exploring the progress and problems for women in the judiciary. Read more here.

Sam Bray's book reviewed

Sam's book, "Genesis 1-11: A New Old Translation for Readers, Scholars, and Translators" (co-authored with John F. Hobbins), was reviewed at Review of Biblical Literature. Read the review here (subscription required).

Rick Garnett quoted by Catholic Standard

Rick was quoted in "Supreme Court divided about religious schools in scholarship program." Read the story here.

Joseph Connor:
Fighting Educational Inequality by Giving Back

This recent feature from ACE at ND highlights the work of ND Law graduate Joseph Connor '16 J.D. Read the story here.

Faculty News

Lloyd Mayer has published a new paper, "The Promises and Perils of Using Big Data to Regulate Nonprofits."

Carter Snead was a panelist at the Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life held on January 25.

Rick Garnett participated as a panelist at The Religion Clauses conference at Washington University School of Law.

This Week's Events
Tuesday, January 28
Faculty Colloquium, Derek Muller, 12:30 p.m., Faculty Meeting Room  

Thursday, January 30
From Russia With Love: On Foreign Interference in Elections, 12:30 p.m., 1140 Eck Hall of Law

Book Launch: Islamic Law and International Law: Peaceful Resolution of Disputes, by Emilia Justyna Powell, 12:30 p.m., 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Hall
 
Around the Watercooler
Welcome baby Jade Leazenby

Congratulations to Beth Ferrettie and Rob Leazenby on the birth of their daughter, Jade Isabella Leazenby. Jade was born on January 21 and weighed 8 lbs. 4 oz. and was 21 inches long.  

Pre-law group visit to ND Law

  Last week a group of students from DePauw University visited the Law School as part of their Pre-Law program. Over 20 students attended a class, tour, and information talk with Maggie Tague.
 

                   
 Scott Hengert part of IDEA Center Startup

The IDEA Center launched 32 startup companies in 2019. Scott Hengert is involved in one of the startups called Lena Works. The Lena System is a remote monitoring, alerts, and HVAC control system for unoccupied buildings. The company’s patented control system turns any thermostat into a smart thermostat in under 30 minutes, without WiFi, and is guaranteed to generate heat savings exceeding annual system costs. Read more here. Congratulations Scott!

FANS, a non-profit providing educational services to empower ex-offenders that Ali Wruble is involved with, is thrilled to be featured as a community partner at South Bend Brew Werks during January as part of their Beer4Good program!

Their custom brew, Fresh Start IPA, is a delicious New England style IPA with lots of citrus notes. (It's delicious even for those who don't normally like IPAs.) The special brew will only be available for the month of January. 

A portion of every pint purchased during January will be donated to FANS. Drink some beer for a good cause! Read more here.
Have a great week!

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