Lindseth Named Fellow
On January 9, Professor Peter Lindseth begins his term as the Daimler Fellow at the American Academy of Berlin where he will explore the relationship between democracy and administration in the North Atlantic world, over the 19th and 20th centuries.
Professor Lindseth's new book, Power and Legitimacy - Reconciling Europe and the Nation-State (Oxford University Press), is an innovative study in the use of history to provide a more durable explanation of the nature and legitimacy of European integration in the face of persistent crisis.
Professor Lindseth teaches Administrative Law, European Union Law, Legal History, International Business Transactions, and Torts. His research focuses on the historical evolution of the administrative state in the twentieth century as well as the relationship of administrative governance to the process of European integration.
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Professor Jessica Rubin will be teaching US law and legal writing for the Open Society Foundation at Bilgi University in Istanbul. Rubin teaches legal research and writing in the Lawyering Process program at the Law School.
On June 18, Professor Sara Bronin will make a presentation at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Bar Association on "Legal Tools to Address Climate Change" at a panel discussion entitle "Following the Path of the Storm: Legal and Legislative Challenges in Addressing Rising Sea Levels on the Connecticut Coastline."
On June 18, Professor Mark W. Janis will lecture on "Freedom of Religion and European Human Rights Law" at the University of Oxford, England.
On June 17, Professor Alexandra Lahav will speak at the annual meeting of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) where she will comment on the proposed changes to the Federal rules of civil procedure.
On June 17, Professor Richard Pomp will speak at the twenty-third annual Summer Tax Institute at University of California - Davis.
Jennifer Brooks-Crozier '12 is the author of "Put Up Your Dukes: The Fight Over Commonality in the Era of Wal-Mart v. Dukes" (19 Texas Wesleyan Law Review 711 (2013)).