Professor Anthony Alfieri, Dean’s Distinguished Scholar and Founder and Director of the Center for Ethics and Public Service, recently lectured on “Objecting to Race” at Brown University. He teaches civil procedure, ethics, professional liability, public interest law and leadership, social entrepreneurship, and lawyer malpractice. Professor Alfieri 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.
Professor Mary Anne Franks recently testified at a hearing of the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety for the Council of Washington, D.C. regarding two proposed bills criminalizing so-called "revenge porn." She also published op-eds in the Brookings Institution's Tech Tank Blog, the New York Daily News, and in The Daily Dot on “The Internet’s privacy hypocrisy” and "Why nonconsensual porn should be a sex crime” on the subject of sexual privacy and the recent celebrity photo hack. Professor Franks presented a paper titled "Where the Law Lies: Constitutional Fictions and Their Discontents," at the Law and Lies Symposium at the University of Alabama School of Law. The paper will appear as a chapter in a volume published by the Cambridge University Press.
Professor Robert Eli Rosen spoke to over 100 students and faculty at the Peking University School of Transnational Law in Shenzhen, China on "How to Advance as an Inside Counsel." Professor Rosen teaches courses in professional responsibility, business associations, sociology of law, and contracts.