News and Events
12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m., Sutherland Moot Courtroom Kate Kendell (’88), Executive Director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), will be speaking about the Supreme Court rulings on Prop 8 and DOMA, the recent federal court ruling that Utah’s Amendment 3 is unconstitutional, and the path ahead for marriage and other issues important […]
The New Reproductive Battlefront: Law, Medicine, & The Cultural Politics of Pregnancy Women’s reproduction dominates recent political platforms and debates. However, relatively little attention has focused on the criminal policing targeted at pregnant women across America. Since the late 1980s, state legislatures have enacted punitive feticide laws that ostensibly apply to a broad range of […]
This year’s Summit will draw together a vibrant mix of professional and family guardians, judges, attorneys, court managers, aging and disability advocates, adult protective services staff and others. It will be a 2-1⁄2 day invitational consensus conference at which delegates of the NGN organizations will produce recommendations on standards for guardian performance and decision-making. Seventeen […]
Clifford Rosky, an associate professor at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, spoke at a family law conference at Harvard Law School on July 15.
New Frontiers in Family Law This two-day symposium maps emerging themes in family law through the lens of boundaries, broadly conceived. An outstanding collection of family law scholars will sketch changes in the landscape of family law. Click here for more information on the Family Law Symposium Click here to register for the Family Law […]
January 30, 2008 — Dean Hiram Chodosh announced today that Clifford J. Rosky, a research fellow at the University of California atLos Angeles, will join the faculty as an associate professor in the fall 2008 semester. “Cliff’s very impressive research at the Williams Institute and as the first Ribicoff postgraduate fellow at Yale Law School […]