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The Connecticut Law Review is pleased to announce its forthcoming articles for Volume 47 Issues 1-3: Issue 1: Associational Standing for Cities, Kaitlin Ainsworth Caruso Hands Off Our Fingerprints: State, Local, and Individual Defiance of Federal Immigration Enforcement, Christine N. Cimini Law & Science Towards a Unified Field, Deborah M. Hussey Freeland Copyright at Common […]
On November 16, 2012 the Connecticut Law Review hosted its annual 2012 Symposium. This year’s event was titled Examining the Demands and Limitations of the Legal Education Market and took a critical look at the current state of legal education in the U.S. and abroad. Check out a video of the event here:http://www.ctn.state.ct.us/ondemand.asp?search=passing
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Volume 44 of the Connecticut Law Review is pleased to announce Judge Christopher F. Droney ’79 as the recipient of the 2012 Connecticut Law Review Alumni Award. Additionally, Jonathan C. Zellner will be receiving an award for his note. Judge Droney and Mr. Zellner will receive their awards at the Annual Law Review Alumni Awards Reception […]
On March 16, 2012, The Honorable Nancy Gertner gave an engaging and insightful speech about her experiences and struggles as a civil rights advocate. Judge Gertner recounted a number of stories from her recently published autobiography, In Defense of Women: Memoirs of an Unrepentant Advocate. Judge Gertner also signed copies of her book for those […]
On December 14, 2011, the Huffington Post cited Nina Rabin’s article in Volume 44 – Issue 1 of the Connecticut Law Review. Rabin’s article, titled Disappearing Parents: Immigration Enforcement and the Child Welfare System, discusses the systemic failures of the federal immigration enforcement and state child welfare systems when immigrant parents in detention and deportation […]
Judge Christopher F. Droney, a former Notes and Comments Editor of the Connecticut Law Review, was nominated by President Obama for a seat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On November 28, 2011, the United States Senate unanimously approved the appointment of Judge Droney to the Second Circuit. Droney previously […]