Professor David Herzig, presented a paper on October 17, “Evaluating Mistakes Made With Commonly-Used Techniques ( Screw-ups) and Evaluating th e Risks Associated With Certain Techniques” with David Handler from Kirkland and Ellis at the 39th Annual Notre Dame Tax and Estate Planning Institute. (http://www3.nd.edu/~ndlaw/alumni/ND_TaxEstate_Oct2013_booklet.pdf)
Professor David Herzig, presented “Succession Planning for Closely-held Business Owners” with Jerry Hesch of Berger Singerman at the 72nd Federal Institute of Taxation at NYU. (http://www.scps.nyu.edu/content/dam/scps/pdf/200/200-4/200-4-4/institute-federal-taxation-brochure-2013.pdf)
Professor Michael D. Murray, Associate Professor of Law, recently presented “Putting Storytelling into Practice: Narrativity in Five Sections of a Brief” at the Central States Legal Writing Conference, University of Kansas School of Law on September, 28.
Professor Michael D. Murray, co-directed the Scholars Conference of the Central States Legal Writing Conference, at University of Kansas School of Law, September 27.
Professor Nicole Negowetti, participated in a panel discussion of “Food Labeling: What it Actually Means for Consumers and Animals” at the Animals as Food Conference at DePaul University College of Law on October 30.