This interdisciplinary virtual workshop and seminar led by Faculty Director Abbe Gluck ‘00 and Professors Ian Ayres ‘86 features leading scholars, industry leaders, scientists, advocates, and government experts to discuss the pandemic’s intersections with, and disruptions to, many areas of law. Topics range from elections to the incarcerated, constitutional law, vaccines, disparities, the workplace, and more. The workshop is open to the Yale community and typically will begin at 5pm or 6pm each week; Q&A will be conducted via the chat for those not enrolled in the seminar. Registration is required for non-YLS community members.
COVID & Constitutional Law Panelists:
- Joseph Blocher ‘06: Lanty L. Smith ‘67 Professor of Law, Duke Law School
- Douglas Laycock: Class of 1963 Research Professor in honor of Graham C. Lilly and Peter W. Low, Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law, and Professor of Religious Studies, University of Virginia
- Melissa Murray ‘02: Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law and Faculty Director of Birnbaum Women’s Leadership Network, New York University School of Law
- Stephen Vladeck ‘04: A. Dalton Cross Professor in Law, University of Texas at Austin School of Law