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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Panel: The Jurisprudence and Legacy of Justice Ginsburg (Moved to Top)

This is a reminder that FIU College of Law will host a panel, The Jurisprudence and Legacy of Justice Ginsburg, at 12:30 p.m., this Friday, October 30. Register here. The event is open to the public; please join us for what should be a great conversation.

A panel discussion of the life, jurisprudence, and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Legal scholars will consider her work on gender equality, reproductive freedom, election law, constitutional law, comparative law, and procedure, and the effects of her death on the Court and the judicial-appointments process.

Moderator: Michele Anglade (FIU College of Law)

Introduction: Leonard Strickman (Founding Dean Emeritus, FIU College of Law)


            Richard Albert (University of Texas)

            Deborah Dinner (Emory University)

            Scott Dodson (UC-Hastings)

            Atiba Ellis (Marquette University)

            Daniel Epps (Washington University-St. Louis)

            Abbe Gluck (Yale University)

            B. Jessie Hill (Case-Western Reserve University)

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