Briefing Room


The Power of Voice

Camille Hébert, author of the article, Is “MeToo” Only a Social Movement or a Legal Movement Too? (Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal) discusses #MeToo, her new course, and why she loves teaching first-year students.

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Events

Register for the Agendas and Procedures of Social Governance Colloquium

Throughout the Spring semester, Election Law @ Moritz will be hosting an ongoing colloquium to consider the capacity for democratic institutions to address pressing issues of public policy. On six Friday mornings and one Thursday morning, seven speakers from top law schools around the country […]

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2018-19 Schwartz Lecture on Dispute Resolution

“Pass-the-Trash”: How Universities Use Non-Disclosure Agreements to Protect Sexual Predators Professor Julie Macfarlane | March 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. | Saxbe Auditorium  Registration is now open.  The use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in cases involving termination for sexual misconduct has […]

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Students

Passion For Yoga, Mental Wellness Drives 2L Rhianna Wardian to Help Others

The pressures experienced by those in the legal community can be overwhelming. With a devoted yoga practice and a budding career in hospital administration, 2L Rhianna Wardian continues to find ways to cope with the everyday stressors of law school while helping others find a little serenity of their own.

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Chance encounter with alumnus set 2L on the path toward a legal education
Jesus Quintanilla

An internship at the El Paso City Attorney’s Office inspired 2L Jesus Quintanilla to go to law school.

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Faculty

Professor Dakota Rudesill receives 2019 Sidney D. Drell Academic Achievement Award
Dakota Rudesill

Assistant Professor of Law Dakota Rudesill, a leading expert on national security law and policy, is the recipient of the 2019 Sidney D. Drell Academic Achievement Award from the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA).

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Professor Nancy Hardin Rogers Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Academy of Mediators

On Friday, October 5, Nancy Hardin Rogers, Professor Emeritus and Director of the Program on Law and Leadership was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Academy of Mediators (IAM). The IAM Lifetime Achievement Award is granted to a person who […]

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Alumni

Alumnus authors book to help others find confidence in conflict

When Kwame Christian 13’ walked through the doors of Drinko Hall last year to co-teach the college’s Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy course, he became flushed with emotion. Christian realized that very moment marked a full-circle journey, one that began eight […]

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The ball’s in your court: New scholarship combines athletic, law aspirations

Moritz alum Michael Segal is combining his love for law and sports into a new scholarship to students with both athletic and legal aspirations.

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College

The Power of Voice

Camille Hébert, author of the article, Is “MeToo” Only a Social Movement or a Legal Movement Too? (Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal) discusses #MeToo, her new course, and why she loves teaching first-year students.

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Media

16 States Sue to Stop Trump’s Use of Emergency Powers to Build Border Wall
Peter Shane

“Even though Trump’s political maneuver to get around an uncooperative Congress looks like it stretches the Constitution, the questions presented in court will raise ordinary and complicated issues of administrative law,” Shane said. 

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