Presentation by Dean Penny Andrews
Presentation by Professor Rosemary Queenan, and Commentator Professor Nancy Maurer
Presentation by Professor Rob Heverly
Presentation by Professor Ray Brescia; Professor Stephen Clark to comment.
Presentation by Professor Rosemary Queenan and Professor Mary Lynch
Presentation by BJ Ard, Yale Information Society Project; commentary by Professor Robert Heverly
Presentation by Professor Steve Clark
Presented by Andrea Pike, Sage Colleges
Presented by Ruthann Robson, Professor of Law & University Distinguished Professor, CUNY School of Law
Presentation by Professor Bridget Burke, Albany Law School
Presentation by Sarah Adams-Schoen, Assistant Professor of Legal Process and Director of the Institute on Land Use and Sustainable Development Law, Touro Law Center
Presentation by Professor Pam Armstrong, Albany Law School
Presentation by Stephanie Roberts Hartung, Professor of Legal Writing, Suffolk University Law School
Presentation by Julie Steiner, Associate Professor, Western New England School of Law
Presentation by Sofia Yakren , Associate Professor, CUNY School of Law
Presented by Professor Robert Heverly '92, Albany Law School
Presentation by Nina Chernoff, Associate Professor, CUNY School of Law
Presentation by Professor Steve Clark
Presentation by Professor Christine Chung, co-director of the joint Albany Law School / U. Albany Institute for Financial Market Regulation
Presentation by Professor Ray Brescia
Presentation by Professor Stephen Gottlieb
Presentation by Professor Timothy Lytton
Professor Michael Hutter
Presentation by Professor Robert Heverly
Anne Deysine, Professeur à Paris Ouest Nanterre, Directeur du M2 Affaires Internationales et Négociation Interculturelle, Director GGU Summer Law, Présidente MICEFA
The Politics of Procedure: An Empirical Analysis of Motion Practice in Civil Rights Litigation Under the New Plausibility Standard.
Workshop title forthcoming.
"Flipping the Murder Switch: Limits on the Perfect Preventive State."
Professor Andy Perlman, Suffolk University
Presentation by Prof. Sarah Rogerson.
Ted Talk's, Kahn Academy and Legal Education: Law School teaching in the New Economy
The Characteristics of the U.S. Legal Education and its Comparison with Chinese Law School in the Perspective of a Chinese Law Scholar
Speaker: Prof. Ira Mark Bloom, Albany Law School Topic: How Restatements Shape American Law: The Power of Appointment Example
Speaker: Prof. Barbara Glesner Fines, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Ruby M. Hulen Professor of Law, University of Missouri School of Law
Presenter: Prof. Pat Connors will present his work with the NYS Bar Association on nonlawyer ownership.
Dean Penny Andrews will speak on managing SSRN.
Speaker: Profs. Bridgit Burke, Nancy Maurer and Rosemary Queenan, Albany Law School
Professor Danshera Cords will present: Collaborative Spaces: Lessons for Tax Regulation
Speaker: Anthony Paul Farley, James Campbell Matthews Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence
Incorporating Culture Competence, Privilege and Multicultural Lawyering into Law School Courses: How is it currently done at Albany Law School?
Professor Rob Heverly will discuss the laws and culture of cyberbullying.
Chris Casey, Director, Enterprise Information Services, will present on IT services at Albany Law School.
Professor Sheldon Halpern to present: "It's Hard to Play Well with Others: US Constitutional Constraints on Harmonization of Copypright Law," which will address the problem of harmonizing the U.S., U.K. and EU copyright laws.
Discussing the Supreme Court’s Health Reform Decision: Professors David Pratt, Vincent Bonventre, Alicia Ouellette
4th Annual Luncheon
Professor Richard Storrow, City University New York School of Law
Teaching Enhancement Committee
Professor Julie Baker, Suffolk University Law School
Professor Donald Tibbs, Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law
Prof. Alexandra Harrington, "Institutionalizing Human Rights in Latin America: The Role of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights System"
Prof. Danshera Cords, "Equitable Innocent Spouse: Is There Any Equity"
Professor Eric Blumenson, Suffolk University Law School, "Economic Rights As Group Rights"
Professor Kim Novak Morse, St. Louis University, "Laptops, Law Students, and Course Performance: An Empirical Sketch of the Contemporary Law Classroom"
Professor Andi Curcio, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Externship Program at Georgia State, "Teaching and Assessing a Broader Range of Skills in Doctrinal Course -- Without Greatly Increasing Faculty Workload"
Professor Melissa Breger, The (In)Visibility of Gender and Motherhood in Family Court
Killing the Cyborg: Internet Kill Switch Authority and The Embodied Internet
Property Title Crisis in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb?
New Teaching Ideas and Resources
A democratic Take on the Interpretive Wars
Can You Believe It's Kosher? Trust, Reputation, and Non-Governmental Regulation in the Age of Industrial Food
What can the library do for you?
The Twombly Anomaly: The Impact of New Pleading Standards in Employment Discrimination and Fair Housing Litigation.
Breaking the Internet -- International Efforts to Play the Middle Against the Ends: A Way Forward
Using Excel Spreadsheets for Grading
Birds of a Feather: Libel and Slander in the Twitter Age.
Revolutionaries and Snitches in the Works of Emile Zola, Henry James, and Anton Chekhov: A Discordant Duet Finds Harmony in the Interest of the State.
Residential Mortgage Loan Disclosures and Their Intended Results: Empirical Data
Long Range Plan
How to Draft Multiple Choice Questions In order to Accurately Assess Student Learning
Digital Student Recording for Feedback and Assessment
Lien on Me: Virtual Debtors Prisons, The Practical Effects of Tax Liens and Proposals for Reform.
Systemic Risk and Regulatory Reform in the Municipal Securities Market
The Failure of Compromise: Millard Fillmore and the Appeasement of 1850
Act Against Piracy: The Law of the Sea and Beyond.
Trafficking in Trademarks: Setting Boundaries for the Uneasy Relationship Between 'Property' Rights and Trademark and Publicity Rights.
The Power of TWEN
How to Grade Using the New Median Grading System
Re-Vision Quest: A Law School Guide to Designing Experiential Courses Involving Real Lawyering.
The Causation Element of Informed Consent and Why Current Trends in Healthcare Support the Need for Change.
Guest Worker Programs Are No Fix For Our Broken Immigration System: Evidence From The Northern Mariana Islands
Harnessing the Power of Small Group Learning
ABA Standards for Accreditation
Technology Issues in Research and Teaching
The Arizona Immigration Law - Where Do We Stand?
Against the Dilution of a Child's Voice in Court.
"Doctor, Doctor Give Me the News": Procedural and Ethical Concerns in Communicating with an Adverse Party's Treating Physician.
Waste in the Health Care System - Causes & Solutions