“COVID & the Incarcerated,” Yale Law School

Event time: 
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 - 6:15pm
Virtual Workshop on Zoom See map
Event description: 

COVID-19: Law, Economics, Governance - COVID & the Incarcerated

This interdisciplinary virtual workshop and seminar led by Professors Ian Ayres ‘86 and Abbe R. Gluck ‘00, features leading scholars, industry leaders, scientists, advocates, and government experts to discuss the pandemic’s intersections with, and disruptions to, many areas of law.


Speakers include:

  • Judge Nancy Gertner (Ret.) ‘71: Retired United States District Judge for the District of Massachusetts; Senior Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law School
  • Dr. Jaimie Meyer: Associate Professor of Medicine (AIDS), Yale School of Medicine; Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, Yale School of Nursing; Affiliated Faculty, the Liman Center for Public Interest Law, Yale Law School
  • Marisol Orihuela ‘08: Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School; Former Deputy Federal Public Defender (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Judith Resnik: Arthur Liman Professor of Law and Founding Director of the Liman Center for Public Interest Law, Yale Law School

The workshop is open to the whole community and typically will begin at 5pm or 6pm on Wednesday evening each week; Q&A will be conducted via the chat for those not enrolled in the seminar. Registration is required for each workshop to receive Zoom information.

Cosponsored by the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School.