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UNLVLaw Road Scholars

UNLVLaw Road Scholars

APRIL 2012
March 29-April 1   Ann McGinley has been invited by the University of San Diego School of Law faculty to present her paper, “Reasonable Men,” as part of their faculty enrichment series.
April 5  

Anne Traum will attend the Federal District Court of Nevada Conference in Reno, NV.

April 10-11  

Ann McGinley has been invited to participate in the Stanford Law and Policy Review symposium on Adult Entertainment and the Law in Palo Alto, CA. She will be on a panel discussing the safety of workers in the adult entertainment industry, presenting her paper entitled “Trouble in Sin City: Protecting Sexy Workers’ Civil Rights.”

April 12-13  

Michael Kagan will present his paper, "Balancing Deference: Appellate Review of Factual Adjudication by Administrative Agencies," at the University of San Francisco Law School as part of a junior faculty exchange program established between the two schools.


April 18-20

  Nancy Rapoport has been invited to speak at the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Annual Spring Meeting in National Harbor, MD. She will speak on the topic of “Navigating Ethical Responsibility in a Complex World.”

April 18-21

  Ray Patterson and Jean Sternlight will participate in the ABA Dispute Resolution Section Spring Conference in Washington, D.C. Sternlight will be part of a panel discussing “Approaches to Scholarship in ADR.”
April 18-22   Addie Rolnick will travel to Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Buffalo Thunder Resort near Sante Fe, NM to attend the Federal Bar Association’s Annual Indian Law Conference. The conference is the major gathering of Indian Law practitioners and academics.
April 21-24   Ann McGinley and Jeff Stempel will travel to New York City to attend New York Law School’s conference, “Trial by Jury or Trial by Motion: Iqbal, Summary Judgment and Employment Discrimination.” McGinley will present her paper, “Cognitive Illiberalism, Summary Judgment, and Title VII.”
April 25-27  

Jean Sternlight will be a panelist in New York City at a conference sponsored by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law on the topic, “AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion: Examining the Impact One Year Later.”


April 26-27

  Nancy Rapoport has been invited to make a presentation on ethics at the 20th Annual Conference of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys. The meeting will take place in San Antonio, Texas.