Professor Anthony Alfieri presented "Next Generation Civil Rights Lawyers: Race and Representation in the Age of Identity Performance," his article which will be published in the Yale Law Review in a faculty workshop at Notre Dame Law School and on a panel at Columbia Law School. Professor Alfieri, Dean's Distinguished Scholar, is the Founder and Director of the Center for Ethics and Public Service, and the Founder of the Historic Black Church Program. He teaches civil procedure, ethics, professional liability, public interest law and leadership, social entrepreneurship, and lawyer malpractice. He has published more than 70 articles, essays, and editorials on ethics, criminal justice, poverty law, and the legal profession in leading journals and book anthologies. His work has been cited and downloaded more than 2,750 times in books, law journals, social science networks, and the media.