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Faculty Colloquia 2020 - 2021

Northeastern University School of Law presents the 2020-2021 Faculty Colloquia Series, convening leading scholars from the university and other institutions. These workshops aim to broaden the horizons of legal scholarship, facilitate the sharing of ideas and challenge how we think about the law and legal practice. 


* All faculty colloquia to be held virtually from 12:00 - 1:30 PM unless otherwise indicated. 

September 30, 2020
Health Law Roundtable: Dr. Michael SinhaVisiting Scholar, Northeastern University School of Law; Regulatory Science Fellow, Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science, Harvard Program in Therapeutic Science (HiTS), Harvard Medical School
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October 14, 2020
Blaine Saito, Assistant Professor of Law, Northeastern University School of Law

October 26, 2020
Mary Anne Case, Arnold I. Shure Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School
Who Conquers With This Sign? The Significance of the Secularization of the Bladensburg Cross

October 28, 2020
Health Law Roundtable: Kimani Paul-EmileProfessor of Law, Fordham University School of Law; Associate Director and Head of Domestic Programs and Initiatives, Center on Race, Law & Justice; Faculty Co-Director, Stein Center for Law & Ethics
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November 18, 2020
Health Law RoundtableDr. Mason Marks, Assistant Professor of Law, Gonzaga University School of Law; Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School; Fellow-in-Residence, Petrie-Flom Center, Harvard Law School
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November 30, 2020
Andrew Koppelman
John Paul Stevens Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University

December 10, 2020
Jennifer Taub
Professor of Law, Western New England University School of Law

December 18, 2020
Steven L. Winter
Walter S. Gibbs Distinguished  Professor of Constitutional Law, Wayne State University Law School