The goal of this year’s Law Review Symposium is to commemorate the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment by providing a forum to discuss the historic centennial of women’s suffrage and explore its relevance in politics today. As is evident throughout history, the representation of women in politics has not always been an equal one. The Symposium will discuss and analyze the different pathways women have taken during their journey to acquire equal rights under the law as it pertains to voting. Although the Nineteenth Amendment affords women the right to vote, it is imperative to note the fight for equality is one that is ongoing. Read More
Please join the Western New England Law Review in welcoming the incoming Senior Staff to Volume 45! Congratulations to all! ⚖️
Join us TODAY at 10 AM for our Virtual Symposium: Post-Pandemic Digital World: Platforms, Algorithms, Cybersecurity, and Justice. It’s not too late to register at the link in our bio!
Professor Jennifer Taub is a legal scholar and advocate, devoted to making complex business law topics engaging inside and outside of the classroom. Her research and writing focuses on corporate governance, banking and financial market regulation, and white collar crime. Similarly, her advocacy centers on “follow the money” matters—promoting transparency and opposing corruption.
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