The symposium will bring together legal and medical experts, advocates and survivors to explore emerging public health issues in the battle against sex trafficking.
The Ms. JD Honors Law School Chapter Award is presented annually to a chapter that advocates the advancement of women law students through chapter initiatives, programming or recruitment.
The group will conduct a comprehensive review of school safety in Connecticut on an on-going basis and make recommendations for the next legislative session in 2019.
Quinnipiac University School of Education to host panel discussion on ‘School and Gun Violence’ April 10
The program will start with Quinnipiac education students and Sheehan High School students staffing tables with information about several issues relating to school and gun violence, including student wellness, student activism and legislation.
Expert on the international integrative law movement to discuss her latest book April 12 at Quinnipiac University School of Law Center
In “Lawyers as Changemakers,” Wright covers the expansion and development of the integrative law movement and explores the pillars of the movement: integrated reflective practices; values and purpose-based practices; systems thinking approaches; and integral consciousness.
Fasano, Lawmakers Call for Public Hearing, Full Transparency on State’s Inmate Medical Care Failures
In recent months, a pattern of cases has come to light in which inmates in the state’s correction department were reportedly not provided proper medical care.
Those who attend will tour the center and learn about the law school’s rigorous academic program and how the faculty works closely with students to develop a course of study that matches their goals.
Quinnipiac University School of Law to present free symposium, ‘The Life and Legacy of Thurgood Marshall,’ on Nov. 17
“The symposium will celebrate the October 2017 release of ‘Marshall,’ a film about him, and will examine his early career as a civil rights lawyer, his path breaking work at the NAACP and his decisions on the U.S. Supreme Court,”...
Award-winning disability rights attorney Lainey Feingold to discuss structured negotiation on Oct. 25 at Quinnipiac University School of Law Center
Feingold will discuss how structured negotiation, a collaborative and solution-driven dispute resolution method conducted without a lawsuit on file, is a highly effective legal strategy that trades the stress and conflict of lawsuits for relationship-building and true problem solving.
Those who attend the open house will tour the center and learn about the law school’s rigorous academic program and how the faculty works closely with students to develop a course of study that matches their goals.
The panel will discuss the history and legality of DACA and explore the political movement that led to its creation.
Valued at $16,000, the Lucas Device – an automatic CPR machine - provides a consistent chest compression – both in terms of rate and depth - while allowing paramedics to do other lifesaving work on the person.