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Faculty Presentations

March 2012

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was a Keynote Speaker on "The Gender Gap and the Pursuit of Justice: Overcoming the Barriers, Women’s History Month Reception" at the New York State Bar Association on March 7, 2012.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented “Constructions of Nature: Property and Ecosystem Services” at the University of Oregon School of Law on March 3, 2012.

Dean Connie Mayer

Moderator:  CELT Conference Setting and Assessing Learning Objectives from Day One, Panel, “Developing and Improving Students’ Capacity for Critical Reasoning by Using a Cross-Curriculum Approach.” Albany Law School, Albany, New York, March 2012.

Dale Cecka

Professor Dale Margolin Cecka presented “Mentally Disabled Parents and the Child Welfare System” University of California at Berkeley's Disability Law Symposium at Boalt Hall on March 2012.

Dale Cecka

Professor Dale Margolin Cecka co-sponsored “Holistic Culturally Competent Assessment and Intervention with Immigrants and Refugees Experiencing Trauma” at Virginia Commonwealth University on March 2012.

February 2012

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented “Idea and Ideology in Environmental Law” at Albany Law School on February 28, 2012.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented "Rhetoric and Resiliancy in Law's Idea of Nature" at Albany Law School on February 4, 2012.

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was a co-organizer and panel facilitator on "Sharing Scholarship, Building Teachers: The 2012 Northeast Regional Scholarship and Teaching Development Workshop" at Albany Law School on February 3-4, 2012.

January 2012

Rosemary Queenan

Professor Rosemary Queenan presented "Meeting with the Partner: Learning to Organize and Draft Meaningful Legal Arguments in the Objective Memo Through Oral Discussion" at the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research in Washington D.C., AALS Annual Meeting, January 2012 (with Prof. Jenean Taranto).

Rosemary Queenan

Professor Rosemary Queenan presented “The Private School Advantage: Examining the Myth About Private Placement for Children with Disabilities” at a Workshop on Vulnerability and Education at Amherst College.

November 2011

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was a work-in-progress presenter on "Exploring the American Family" at Hofstra University School of Law on November 3-5, 2011.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented "Economics and Ecology for Local Governments" at Florida Coastal School of Law on November 3, 2011.

October 2011

Evelyn Tenenbaum

Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented "Reconciling Decision-Making Theories to Protect Intimacy Among Demented Nursing Home Patients" at Conference on "Aging in the U.S.: The Next Civil Rights Movement?", Temple Univ., Philadelphia, October 31, 2011.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented "Engaged Learning between Community and Classroom"  at Albany Law School on October 12, 2011.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented "Driving Local Governments to Ecosystem Governance" at Lewis & Clark School of Law on October 7, 2011.

September 2011

Rosemary Queenan

Professor Rosemary Queenan presented “Revisiting the Traditional Objective Memo: Using the First-Year Objective Memo to Teach Upper-Level Students How to Draft 'Practice-Ready' Pleadings” at the Central States Regional Legal Writing Conference (John Marshall Law School in Chicago) on September 2011.

June 2011

Evelyn Tenenbaum

Professor Evelyn Tenenbaum presented "The Causation Element of Informed Consent and the Need for Change, American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics" at the Health Law Professors Conference in Chicago, June 30, 2011.

May 2011

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was a work-in-progress presenter on "Emerging Immigration Law Scholars and Teachers Conference 2011" at American University, Washington College of Law on May 19-20, 2011.

Keith Hirokawa

Professor Keith Hirokawa presented "Teaching from the Dirt" at Pace Law School on May 5, 2011.

March 2011

Sarah Rogerson

Professor Sarah Rogerson was a panelist on "Applying Feminism Globally" at the University of Baltimore School of Law Center on Applied Feminism’s Fourth Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference on March 30-31, 2011.