About the Series
In our Faculty Webinar Series, members of the Maryland Carey Law community will address timely, significant issues and speak about their scholarship, clinical work and related projects. The webinar series provides a forum for prospective and current students, alumni, and the wider Maryland legal community to learn about and remain connected to the intellectual life of the law school.
Registration is required to gain access to the webinars. Recordings of past webinars are available on YouTube.
The Upcoming Supreme Court Term
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.
Moderated by Professor Mark Graber, Maryland Carey Law faculty will discuss notable cases in the upcoming Supreme Court term: Professor Richard Boldt will discuss Jones v. Mississippi; Professor Natalie Ram will discuss Ford Motor Company v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court; and Professor Maxwell Stearns will discuss California v. Texas. Register
Race, Gender, Class, and the 19th Amendment
September 9, 2020
Professors Taunya Banks and Paula Monopoli discuss the connections between the 15th and 19th Amendments, racism within the suffrage movement, and the potential impact of the 19th Amendment on voting rights today.
Access to Justice in a Time of Uncertainty
August 12, 2020
Moderated by Professor Leigh Goodmark, Professor Maneka Sinha, Kerri Lowery of the Legal Resource Center for Public Health Policy, and Reena Shah '07 of Maryland Legal Aid discuss access to justice during a time of great political, financial, and medical uncertainty.
Public Health in the Time of COVID-19
July 29, 2020
Professor Kathleen Hoke moderates a discussion with Professors Diane Hoffman, Michael Greenberger and Trudy Henson about the changing public health law landscape in response to COVID-19.
A Conversation with Professor Larry S. Gibson
July 15, 2020
Moderated by Rebecca Tabb Simmons ’87, the discussion highlighted Prof. Gibson's scholarship and the wide impact of his work and career as a law professor at Maryland Carey Law.
The Current Supreme Court Term
July 1, 2020
Dean Donald Tobin and Professors Mark Graber, Maureen Sweeney, and Robert Percival began the series with a discussion of notable cases from the current Supreme Court term.