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Professor Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01 Awarded Fulbright to European Center of Excellence for Research on European Tribunals

Monday 4/25/2022

Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01, Bond, Schoeneck and King Distinguished Professor, has been selected by the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Program to join the University of Oslo, Pluricourts as a Fulbright Scholar. Beginning in August 2022, True-Frost will conduct her research and scholarship on European Tribunals and International Disability Law: Definitions, Discrimination, and Involuntary Detention.

Professor Cora True-Frost

Professor Shubha Ghosh Invited to Present on how COVID and Other Crises Shape Innovation

Thursday 4/14/2022

Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Shubha Ghosh has been invited to speak at the Conference on Innovation and Communication Law, held May 19 and 20 at the Danube University, Krems, Austria.

Professor Shubha Ghosh

Professors Arlene S. Kanter and Cora True-Frost are published in the American Journal of International Law Unbound Symposium

Wednesday 3/16/2022

Professor Arlene S. Kanter, Meredith Professor of Law, Director of the Disability Law and Policy Program, and Faculty Director of International Programs, and Bond, Schoeneck, and King Distinguished Professor Cora True-Frost L’01, have contributed essays to the American Journal of International Law Unbound in response to the publication, “Disability, Human Rights Violations, and Crimes Against Humanity”, published by Cambridge University Press.

Professor Mark Nevitt writes about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict and the Montreaux Convention

Tuesday 3/1/2022

Professor Mark Nevitt writes about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict and the Montreaux Convention.

Professor Mark Nevitt

Professor Robin Paul Malloy discussed his new book, Law and the Invisible Hand: A Theory of Adam Smith's Jurisprudence

Monday 2/14/2022

Professor Robin Paul Malloy discussed his new book, Law and the Invisible Hand: A Theory of Adam Smith’s Jurisprudence (Cambridge 2021), at a recent faculty workshop.

Professor Robin Paul Malloy

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