Professor Caroline Mala Corbin presented at the Religious Accommodation in the Age of Civil Rights Conference. Her panel, which included Douglas NeJaime, Reva Siegel, and Kenji Yoshino, focused on Sexual and Gender Equality. At Yale Law School, as part of their Debating Law and Religion Series, Professor Corbin debated the question “Can a Corporation Exercise Religion” with Kyle Duncan, lead counsel of the Hobby Lobby Stores lawsuit now before the Supreme Court. Professor Corbin teaches U.S. Constitutional Law I, U.S. Constitutional Law II, First Amendment, and Feminism and the First Amendment.At Harvard Law School,
Professor Felix Mormann presented current work on clean energy policy and finance at the University of Texas’ 2014 Austin Electricity Conference. The by-invitation-only conference brought together a carefully selected group of scholars, financiers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers to discuss current trends in electricity markets and regulation. Professor Mormann presented his forthcoming paper "Beyond Tax Credits – Smarter Tax Policy for a Cleaner, More Democratic Energy Future." Professor Mormann’s scholarship explores the financial, regulatory and policy challenges along the path to an environmentally and economically sustainable energy future. He teaches in the areas of contracts, environmental law, energy law, and climate change.
Lecturer in Law Teresa Verges participated as a panelist at the 16th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution conference, which brings together dispute resolution leaders, practitioners, neutrals and educators to discuss the latest developments in the field of alternative dispute resolution. The section topic covered by Verges, Latest Developments in FINRA Securities Arbitration, included a discussion of FINRA's latest rules governing arbitrator selection, broker-dealer obligations to customers under the new suitability rule, latest developments on expungement and the law governing vacating arbitration awards. Verges directs Miami Law’s Investor Rights Clinic.