Little Ethical Issues Everywhere: Law & Lawyers in Celeste Ng's Little First Everywhere
Presented by David Caudill, Arthur M. Goldberg Family Chair in Law and Professor of Law
Thursday, May 21, 2020
5:00–6:00 p.m. EST
1 Ethics credit
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In partnership with the Delaware County Bar Association and Villanova Law's David F. and Constance B. Girard-diCarlo Center for Ethics, Integrity and Compliance, this one-hour ethics law and literature CLE will focus on Celeste Ng’s latest novel, Little Fires Everywhere. Many vital issues, including an agonizing custody trial, an indecisive family court judge and the ethical sensibilities of two very good attorneys, will be the subjects of our discussion. Hard copies or digital versions of the book can be reserved through the 'Register' link.
This CLE was originally planned as part of the Villanova Law Reunion 2020 agenda. We welcome all alumni to participate, and accommodations for out-of-state CLE credit will be made.
Sixth Annual Fashion Law Symposium: "The Many Faces of Fashion Law"
Friday, February 21, 2020
3.5 Substantive CLE credit
Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law hosts the Sixth Annual Fashion Law Symposium, which will bring together lawyers and non-lawyers, focusing on the key players in the fashion industry. This year’s event will include discussions on how leaders of fashion companies interact with both inside and outside counsel to run some of the most successful businesses in the world.
2020 Villanova Environmental Law Journal Blank Rome LLP Symposium
Friday, February 7, 2020
3 Substantive CLE credit
At the 2020 Villanova Environmental Law Journal Blank Rome LLP Symposium, representatives from shareholder activist groups, advisors, companies, attorneys, and academics will discuss the use of shareholder proposals to advance environmental objectives, including the proposed Rule 14a-8 amendments.
Religious Freedom: A Global Conversation
Monday, February 10, 2020
1.5 Substantive CLE credit
The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy and the Villanova Political Theology Project welcome Michael D. McNally, Emilia Justyna Powell and Jolyon Thomas to discuss their new books exploring religious freedom and the intersection of law and religion in the global context.
Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
1 Substantive CLE credit
The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Piblic Policy welcomes Keith Whittington, William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics at Princeton University. This lecture will focus on his book Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech, which won the PROSE Award for best book in education and the Heterodox Academy Award for Exceptional Scholarship.
The Irony of Modern Catholic History
Monday, November 4, 2019
1 Substantive CLE credit
The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy welcomes George Weigel, Distinguished Senior Fellow and William E. Simon Chair in Catholic Studies of the Ethics & Public Policy Center. He will discuss his new book, The Irony of Modern Catholic History: How the Church Rediscovered Itself and Challenged the Modern World to Reform, which reveals how Catholicism offers 21st Century essential truths for society’s survival and flourishing.
The Art and Science of Judging in a Constitutional Republic
Monday, October 28, 2019
1 Ethics CLE credit
The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy welcomes The Honorable Thomas Hardiman, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Judge Hardiman was nominated by President George W. Bush to the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit on January 9, 2007 and was confirmed by the Senate (95-0) on March 15, 2007. Prior to becoming an appellate judge, he served as a trial judge on the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania as of November 1, 2003.
Annual Villanova Law Review Norman J. Shachoy Symposium: Gender Equity in Law
Thursday, October 25, 2019
7 Substantive CLE credits
Despite the significant demographic change in the gender composition of law faculty during the last 25 years, persistent questions of unequal treatment and unconscious bias continue to hamper the ability of female faculty to achieve full equality in law schools. This symposium will examine a broad variety of issues relating to gender equity in law schools.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Law
Thursday, October 3, 2019
3 Substantive CLE credits
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are transforming the way all industries behave. Although law has been perhaps slower to adapt, these new technologies have become powerful disruptors in the legal profession that is traditionally labor-intensive. The John F. Scarpa Center for Law and Entrepreneurship in partnership with the Villanova School of Business welcomes Arup Ras and his team from Alphaserve, to present an interactive course introducing these technologies.
2019 Matthew J. Ryan Law and Public Policy Forum: In the Best Interest of the Child?
Friday, September 20, 2019
2 Ethics and 1 Substantive CLE credits
What is in the best interest of the child? This is the question that is often at the center of custody and welfare cases involving minors. How do attorneys go about answering this question and what in the United States’ current system helps or hinders their efforts? The 2019 Matthew J. Ryan Law and Public Policy Forum will bring together attorneys, experts and government officials to tackle issues in policy and to offer possible solutions.
Fourteenth Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics and Culture: Liberalism, Accommodation and the Profanity of Law
Monday, September 16, 2019
5.5 Substantive and 1 Ethics CLE credits
The Fourteenth Annual John F. Scarpa Conference on Law, Politics and Culture aims to ask how some of the basic conceptual building blocks of the liberal state can be fortified, reformed or limited, in response to growing dissatisfaction with the paradoxes or perversities of life in a classically liberal regime in the early 21st century. Inspired by the important work of Prof. Nomi Stolzenberg, Nathan and Lilly Shapell Chair in Law, University of Southern California Gould School of Law, the conference will focus on what Stolzenberg has termed “the profanity of law,” the future of liberalism, and the future of accommodation litigation in the federal courts.
Law and the Augustinian Tradition Lecture Series
Thursday, September 5, 2019
1 Substantive CLE credit
The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law, Religion and Public Policy welcomed Robert Louis Wilken, William R. Kenan, Jr. Emeritus Professor at the University of Virginia and author of Liberty in the Things of God: The Christian Origins of Religious Freedom.