FIU Law and University of Miami School of Law Co-Hosted the third Workshop in a Zoom Summer Brown Bag
FIU College of Law and University of Miami School of Law co-hosted the last Workshop in a Zoom Summer Brown Bag.
Eric R. Carpenter (FIU College of Law) presented The Effect of Changing the Military’s Rape Law on Law Enforcement Case Processing.
Patrick O. Gudridge (UM School of Law) presented The Duty to Protect Reconstructed—Interior Constitutions and Constitutional Crimes.
Eric R. Carpenter, Military law, death penalty litigation, sexual assault law and policy—Professor Eric Carpenter is a nationally-recognized expert. He routinely provides relevant, insightful, engaging, and unbiased commentary on these topics to the media, including The Today Show, CBS Radio, the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and the Associated Press, to name a few. He was also a cast member on the Starz true-crime documentary, Leavenworth.
Patrick O. Gudridge, Professor Gudridge teaches United States constitutional law, along with a wide range of other courses, having served as visiting professor at the Georgetown, Michigan, and Penn law schools. His writing has appeared in the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, and the University of Miami Law Review, among other widely read journals.
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Carpenter, Eric and Gudridge, Patrick O., "FIU Law and University of Miami School of Law Co-Hosted the third Workshop in a Zoom Summer Brown Bag" (2020). Faculty Workshops.
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