• Second Annual Anti-Poverty Symposium, 04/18

    Join us on April 18, 2023 for Villanova University's second annual Anti-Poverty Symposium in collaboration with the Villanova Sustainable Leadership Council and the Office for Mission and Ministry. The in-person symposium will assemble experts in poverty alleviation and sustainability to discuss and motivate the community to contribute to the significant effort of building a sustainable planet free from poverty. This year’s symposium will be broadly framed around the intersections of poverty, ecocide and the path toward ecological justice.

  • Ukraine: An Epicenter of Global Change, 02/28

    The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy welcomes Archbishop Borys Gudziak, Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Philadelphia of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC) and President of the Ukrainian Catholic University.

  • The Villanova Law Review 2023 Norman J. Shachoy Symposium, 02/24

    The 2023 Villanova Law Review Norman J. Shachoy Symposium will take place on Friday, February 24. The topic of this year's symposium, “Military Justice Reform: The Next Twenty Years,” will bring together leading scholars, jurists and practitioners to discuss the most salient questions surrounding contemporary military justice.

  • 2023 Villanova Environmental Law Journal Blank Rome LLP Symposium, 02/10

    The 2023 Villanova Environmental Law Journal Blank Rome LLP Symposium will examine problems associated with different types of waste–trash, water pollution and medical waste–from an environmental justice perspective. This event will be held on Friday, February 10, beginning at 9 a.m. in John F. Scarpa Hall.

  • The 17th Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics and Culture, 01/20

    The 17th Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics and Culture, “Criminal Justice Reform: Refusing to Return Evil for Evil” will take place on Friday, January 20, 2023. This year's conference aims to energize and focus criminal justice reform efforts by engaging fundamental religious and moral commitments. It will feature experts in criminal law and justice, whose work shaped by these deeper commitments aims to develop reform coalitions for the common good.