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    Volume 50, Issue I - Full Combined Issue

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    NDLS Communicator: Week of 02.12.24

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    The Latest News U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Israel Supreme Court Justice Alex Stein speak at Notre Dame Law School Patrick Corrigan\u27s work was cited by The Securities and Exchange Commission om its January 24, 2024 release accompanying the recent publication of new regulations governing certain transactions involving special purpose acquisition companies. Roger Alford was quoted in a Bloomberg Law article about recent trends in state antitrust laws. Sam Bray participated on a panel about universal injunction as part of the Harvard Law Rappaport Forum last week. Sadie Blanchard published a new paper, Contract or Prison, about the use of coercive contracting in criminal law. Jeff Pojanowski and Sam Bray will be McDonald Distinguished Senior Fellows at Emory\u27s Center for the Study of Law and Religion for the years of 2024-29. Derek Muller was interviewed by CBS after the Supreme Court heard arguments about Colorado\u27s ballot eligibility rules for Donald Trump. Paolo Carozza was the featured speaker at the Pepperdine University Salon Dinner at the Army-Navy Club in Washington, D.C., on Elections, conflicts, and crises: Anticipated challenges to online free expression and international religious freedom in 2024. Jay Tidmarsh was quoted by Bloomberg Law in an article about jury fair use. Carter Snead was featured this year in the Catholic Herald\u27s 250 Catholics of 2024, which the publication describes as the highest profile 250 self-confessing Catholics in the United States of America. Mary Ellen O\u27Connell was on the BBC Radio 4 Beyond Belief broadcast, Religion and War, on February 5. Judy Fox was quoted by Houston Landing about the housing crisis in Liberty County, near Houston, Texas. The launch of the Global Human Rights Clinic was featured in an article in The Observer. Events Monday, Feb. 12 2024 Journal of International and Comparative Law Symposium, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., McCartan Courtroom Law & Economics Seminar, Patrick Corrigan will present Can a Business Really Pursue a Social Good? A Transaction Cost Theory of Pro-Social Corporate Governance, 12:30 p.m., 2130 Eck Hall of Law Making it: Women in Litigation, 12:30 p.m., 1315 Biolchini Tuesday, Feb.13 Mardi Gras with SBA and STMS, 12 p.m., Eck Commons Faculty colloquium, David McIlroy, Head of Chambers at Forum Chambers in London, will present A prolegomenon to A History of Banking Law c. 1750 to 2020, 12:30 p.m., 2130 Eck Hall of Law Wednesday, Feb. 14 Fannie screening, 12:30 p.m., McCartan Courtroom. Following the film there will be a voter registration drive with information about voting absentee in Duncan Student Center Commons. Thursday, Feb. 15 Civil and Religious Law: Christian and Jewish Perspectives, 12:30 p.m., 1140 Eck Hall of Law Judge Matthew Solomson, Sam Bray, and Fr. John Paul Kimes will speak about Jewish and Christian perspectives on religious law. Lecture on Richard O\u27Sullivan with David McIlroy, 5:30 p.m., 3140 Eck Hall of Law Adjunct professor David McIlroy is visiting from London and will discuss his latest work on Richard O\u27Sullivan, fascinating Irish Catholic reader of English legal history. Maintaining Your Catholic Identity in the Professional World, 6:30 p.m., 1140 Eck Hall of LawBishop Kevin Rhoades will come to speak about how Catholic attorneys and business people can maintain their Catholic identity. This is a co-sponsored event with the MBA Association. Friday, Feb. 16 74th Moot Court Showcase, 9:30 a.m., McCartan Courtroom.Arguing on behalf of the Petitioner will be Allison Morcus and David Kilduff with brief by Sonia Patel and arguing on behalf of the Respondents will be Athanasius Sirilla and Molly Grace Baldock, with brief by Will Clark. The students will argue the case of Jessica Dunston v. Charmed Social, Inc.The panel of judges include: Judge John F. Kness, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois Judge Chad Readler, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Judge Matthew Solomson, U.S. Court of Federal Claims Around the Watercooler Ash Wednesday Opportunities February 14 is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. The schedule for other Masses on campus is as follows: 8:00 a.m. - Stinson Remick 8:00 a.m. - Fischer Grad 12:05 p.m. - Stayer 12:20 p.m. - Jenkins Nanovic 12:30 p.m. - Malloy Hall 5:05 p.m. - Law Schoo

    Social Comparison and Competition: General Frameworks, Focused Models, and Emerging Phenomena

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    Chapter 18 Scholarship in psychology and related fields has been paying increasing attention in recent decades to the ways in which social comparison processes facilitate competitive attitudes, feelings, and behavior. As part of this development, we first advanced the Social Comparison Model of Competition (Garcia et al., 2013) —a general framework that accounted for the role of both individual and situational factors in this area—and later followed it with the more comprehensive, dynamic Social Comparison Cycle of Competition (Garcia, Reese, et al., 2020). At the same time, researchers have also proposed a number of more focused models to account for specific competitive relationships (e.g., rivalry), contexts (e.g., coaction), and more. In light of these important developments, this chapter briefly reviews the key takeaways from our general frameworks of social comparison and competition, demonstrates the insights offered by recognizing how those more specific models in this area fit into their general frameworks, and illustrates the continued utility of these general frameworks for the study of emerging phenomena, such as social networks or sustainability, from the perspective of social comparison and competition. Series: Oxford Library of Psycholog

    State of the Law School Address

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    Tuesday, February 20, 2024 | 12:30–1:45 PM | Eck Hall of Law, McCartan Courtroom The SBA Community & Inclusion Committee invites you to attend the State of the Law School Address followed by discussion. The goal of the discussion is to have the law school community\u27s questions addressed by the administration and faculty on topics including academia, community, and the future of NDLS. Co-sponsors: Student Bar Association Inclusion Committee Panelists for the Town Hall discussion include Dean Cole, Christine Holst-Haley, Director of Student Services, Joshua Mannery, SBA President, and Professor Randy Kozel, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Academic Affairs. The discussion will be moderated by Max Gaston, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and it will be guided and informed by your questions! Dean Cole will begin the event by sharing updates about the law school. Following the address, the panelists will respond to questions submitted in advance.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1802/thumbnail.jp

    Fannie

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    Wednesday, February 14, 2024 | 12:30 PM | Notre Dame Law School, Eck Hall of Law, McCartan Courtroom FANNIE is an award winning short film about Fannie Lou Hamer, a civil rights, human rights, and voting rights activist in the 1960s starring Oscar- nominated actress, Aunjanue Ellis. The nine-minute short film with Ellis reenacts Fannie Lou Hamer\u27s impassioned Is This America speech before the 1964 Democratic National Convention. Hamer, co-founder of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and an organizer of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), detailed to Democratic delegates through her address the brutal violence many Black Americans faced as they attempted to vote. Intimidated by Hamer\u27s candid account of racial discrimination, President Lyndon B. Johnson scheduled a televised press conference to usurp her airtime; however, stations later broadcasted Hamer\u27s heart-rending oration. The screening will feature commentary from the filmmaker, Christine Swanson, who is a 1994 graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a member of the Board of Trustees at Saint Mary\u27s College. A light meatless lunch will be served after the screening. Co-sponsored by: Notre Dame Law School Hesburgh Democracy Fellows Notre Dame Law School First Generation Professionals Notre Dame Black Law Students Association.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1797/thumbnail.jp

    Civil and Religious Law Christian & Jewish Perspectives

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    Thursday, February 15, 2024 | 12:30 PM | Eck Hall of Law, Room 3140 Please join Judge Matthew Solomson (Court of Federal Claims), Fr. John Paul Kimes, and Law Professor Sam Bray for a conversation about how civil law compares to religious law in the Jewish, Catholic, and Anglican traditions. Chipotle burritos will be served. Co-sponsors: St. Thomas More Society Christian Legal Society the Program on Church, State, and Societyhttps://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1800/thumbnail.jp

    Why Not Prosper?

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    Why Not Prosper? | Rev. Dr. Michelle Simmons | 12:30 - 1:30 PM | Eck 1140 Please join STMS, CLS, Jus Vitae, and NDEP as we host Rev. Dr. Michelle Simmons. Growing up, Rev. Simmons faced many struggles and ended up incarcerated. While in prison, she found hope in Christianity and completely turned her life around. After overcoming her addiction, Rev. Simmons founded the nonprofit Why Not Prosper. Located in Philadelphia, its mission is to help women in the prison system discover their strength and to empower them to become responsible, economically self-sufficient, and contributing members of the community.https://scholarship.law.nd.edu/ndls_posters/1781/thumbnail.jp

    NDLS Communicator: Week of 01.08.24

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    The Latest News Roger Alford testified on Dec. 19 before the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Government Operations in support of a bill to allow For-Sale-By-Owner listings on Zillow. Mary Ellen O\u27Connell has published an article that explains the legal and moral bases for banning AI-enabled lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS) in the Journal of Ethics and International Affairs. Derek Muller has been quoted in several major news publications and on CNN over the past few weeks about the lawsuits challenging former President Donald Trump\u27s eligibility on state ballots. Rick Garnett was quoted by NBC News in an article about the Supreme Court of the United States\u27s looming decision in lawsuits that seek to remove former President Donald Trump from multiple states\u27 primary ballots. Jimmy Gurulé was quoted by AP News (and picked up by several news sources) in To plead or not to plead? That is the question for hundreds of Capitol riot defendants. Yan Yu and Cindy Tian co-presented in the AALL LSRD-SIS sponsored series: Batch Please! A Deeper Dive into System Specific Batch Loading on December 12. The title of their presentation was Migrating and Batch Loading PDF Files into Institutional Repository. Samuel Bray and Paul Miller were organizers of the Equity Conference in London on December 18-19. It was hosted by KCL, Toronto, and the Notre Dame Law School\u27s Program on Private Law. Samuel and David Waddilove chaired sessions for the conference. Andy Royer was the first person to be exonerated by Notre Dame Law School’s Exoneration Justice Clinic. Read more about his case and his wrongful conviction suit in this New York Times article, Man With Developmental Disabilities Settles Wrongful Conviction Suit for $11.7 Million Events We will hold our annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on January 15, 2024

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