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Professor Nick Bryner served as a panelist for “Big Wins in the Climate Litigation: From the Urgenda Case to the Shell Case,” a webinar hosted by the Supreme Court of Mexico on May 28. He presented on climate change cases in the United States and the recent advisory opinion on climate change by the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea. A recording of the webinar is available on in Spanish on YouTube.

Professor Lisa Avalos is quoted by ABC News in article that examines how preserving Martin Gruenberg as the head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) until a replacement can be confirmed by the Senate could affect efforts to prevent further misconduct and repair the agency’s culture.

Professor Ken Levy’s work on free will and responsibility was summarized in a recent article by Scientia, an outreach publication that covers issues in science, education, and technology.

Professor Lisa Avalos is quoted in an opinion piece published by the Alabama Political Reporter that explores whether recent changes in Alabama’s false reporting laws were necessary and how the misapplication of these laws could target sexual assault victims who truthfully — but perhaps inaccurately — report crimes perpetrated against them.

Professor John Church presented a continuing legal education course on Wine Labelling at the 2024 Baton Rouge Bar Association Bench/Bar Conference.

Professor Tom Galligan’s article, “How Well Do Sinkler and Hopson Float: Vital Operations, Nondelegable Duties, and Agency in FELA and Jones Act Cases?”—co-authored with LSU Law alumnus Andrew Hughes (’23), who is an associate with Liskow—will be published in a forthcoming issue of St. Mary’s Law Journal.

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