Speakers & Colloquia
The following events are open to Touro Law faculty and staff unless otherwise noted.
Touro Faculty Colloquium Series - Spring 2022
Available on Zoom
Wednesdays - 12:30-1:20pm
John Linarelli, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, Touro Law
Topic: "The Idea of Commercial Law"
Hal Abramson, Professor of Law, Touro Law
Topic: "The New Singapore Mediation Treaty: Drafting Choices Meet Federalism in the U.S."
Tal Kastner, Assistant Professor of Law, Touro Law,
Topic: "The Age of Boilerplate: Agreement and AGency in American Law and Literature"
Glenn Loury, Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences, Brown University
Topic: "Race in America"
David Flatto, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Topic: "Jewish Law"
Jean Sternlight, Michael and Sonja Saltman Professor of Law, William S. Boyd School of Law
Topic: "High-Tech Dispute Resolution: Lessons from Psychology for a Post-Covid-19 Era"
Orkun Akseli, Professor in Commercial Law, The University of Manchester
Topic: "Secured Transactions Law Reform and Global Lawmaking"
Kathy Cerminara, Professor of Law, Nova Southeastern University Florida Shepard Broad College of Law
Topic: "Health Law and Policy"
Touro Faculty Colloquium Series - Fall 2021
Jonathan Harris, Associate Professor of Law, Loyola Law School
Topic: "Hidden Contracts Restricting Worker Mobility"
Linda C. Fentiman, Professor of Law Emeritus, Pace Law School
Topic: "The Psychology of Risk Construction: How and Why American Law Blames Mothers, But Not Others, for Harm to Their Children's Health"
Tiffany Graham, Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion and Professor of Law, Touro Law Center
Topic: "Anti-Critical Race Theory Statutes and the New Orthodoxy"
Regina Burch, Visiting Professor of Law, Touro Law Center
Topic: "The Bigger Picture: Business Judgment Protection for Social Wealth Maximization"
Michael Lewyn, Director of the Institute on Land Use & Sustainable Development and Associate Professor of Law, Touro Law Center
Topic: "The Case Against the Case for Zoning"
Meredith R. Miller, Professor of Law, Touro Law Center
Topic: "Time's Up: Against Shortening Statutes of Limitations by Employment Contract"
Melina A. Healey, Director of Clinical Programs and Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
Topic: “Opening up the House; Reinvigorate the In-House Clinic Programs Through Collaborative Holistic Services and Education”