Speakers & Colloquia
The following events are open to Touro Law faculty and staff unless otherwise noted.
Touro Faculty Colloquium Series - Spring 2023
Available on Zoom
Wednesday, January 24
Sophie Sparrow, Professor of Law, University of New Hampshire School of Law
Topic: "Engaging Emotions to Foster Learning”
Wednesday, February 1
Orly Lobel, Warren Distinguished Professor of Law and Director, Center for Employment and Labor Policy, University of San Diego
Topic: "The Equality Machine: Harnessing Digital Technology for Brighter, More Inclusive Future"
Wednesday, February 8
Aric Short, Professor of Law and Director, Professionalism and Leadership Program
Topic: "Faculty's Role in Helping Students Recover from Setbacks"
Tuesday, February 21
Richard Albert, William Stamps Farish Professor in Law, Professor of Government, and Director of Constitutional Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
Topic: "We have for long believed that constitutions come in two forms: “written” and “unwritten.” But this ubiquitous distinction is both incorrect and misleading."
Tuesday, February 28
Jerry Organ, Professor of Law and Co-director, Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Topic: "Accompanying Upper-Level Students as They Evolve from Students to Lawyers"
Wednesday, March 8
Kali Murray, Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School
Topic: "Infrostructures: Administering Information, which examines how the law defines bureaucratic information and its role in establishing the legitimation of the administrative state."
Wednesday, March 15
Assistant Professor Cynara McQuillan, Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Topic: "Words Matter: The Unintended Consequences of Revising the Federal Rules of Evidence"
Tuesday, March 21
Shalini Bhargava Ray, Associate Professor, University of Alabama School of Law
Topic: "The Challenge of Constraining Officer Discretion in Immigration Enforcement"
Tuesday, April 18
Lauren Roth, Assistant Professor of Law, Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Topic: "Why the American health care system should abandon the fiction that physicians and insurance companies can act as selfless fiduciaries on behalf of patients because of inherent conflicts of interest, resulting in a need for additional legislation and regulation."