Global Events

 

 

2022-2023

Fall Global Fellows Orientation
Thursday, September 1, 10:30 a.m.

Furman Hall, Room 316
We will be holding an informal orientation session where all Global Fellows will have an opportunity to meet each other as well as the Global Fellows Program staff. Administrative and other programmatic informational materials for the Global Fellows Program will be distributed at the session, to be followed by a short tour of the offices.

Fellows Welcome Breakfast
Tuesday, September 6, 9:15 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
We will be holding an informal welcome breakfast for Global Fellows and Emile Noël Fellows and faculty directors.

Global Welcome Breakfast
Thursday, September 8, 10:00-11:30 a.m.

Faculty Club, D'Agostino Hall
We will be hosting a welcome event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars, and Global Faculty to meet in an informal setting.

Hauser Global Scholars Welcome Lunch
Wednesday, September 14, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Furman Hall, Room 324

We will be hosting a welcome lunch for all Hauser Global Scholars and Hauser Global Law School Program faculty director and staff to meet in an informal setting.

The Origins of the Sicilian Mafia: What We Know and What We Still Cannot Explain
Monday, September 19, 9:30-10:45 a.m.
Furman Hall, Room 120

Please join us for this breakfast talk with Professor Diego Gambetta, who is visiting NYU Law in the Fall of 2022 as a Hauser Distinguished Global Fellow and is the Carlo Alberto Chair in Social and Political Science, Collegio Carlo Alberto. The discussion will be moderated by Reiss Center Faculty Co-Director Stephen Holmes, Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law and co-author, most recently, of “The Light That Failed: A Reckoning.”

The origin of the Sicilian mafia has been attributed to the demand of property rights enforcement in the markets of land, sulfur, citrus fruits and labor conflicts in 19th century Sicily. But what about the “supply”? How has the mafia developed and maintained its power of intimidation for 180 years? On September 19, Diego Gambetta, author of “The Sicilian Mafia: The Business of Private Protection” and “Codes of the Underworld: How Criminals Communicate,” will reflect on the as yet unsolved mysteries of this organization.

This event is co-hosted by the Reiss Center on Law and Security and the Hauser Global Law School Program.

Hauser Distinguished Global Fellow Talk
Wednesday, September 21, 12:30-2:00 p.m.
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge

We will be hosting a talk by our Hauser Distinguished Global Fellow and renowned scholar Diego Gambetta on the topic of "Signaling".  Lunch will be available starting at 12:30 p.m. and the event will start at 1:00 p.m. Questions and reflections on Professor Gambetta's talk will be made by: Joyce De Coninck, Scholar in Residence, Center for Human Rights and Global Justice; Elena De Nictolis, Post-Doctoral Global Fellow; Neli Frost, Post-Doctoral Global Fellow; and Stav Zeitouni, JSD student.     

Fall Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum
Thursdays starting September 22, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
The Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum features presentations of research project drafts by Global Fellows and Emile Noël Fellows to an audience of other NYU School of Law fellows, faculty, students, and invited guests. This provides an opportunity for fellows to gather, collaborate, share ideas and provide feedback in a supportive and intellectual environment.  The full forum schedule can be found on the Global Fellows Forum web page.

A Panel on the Virtues and Vices of "Scholactivism"
Wednesday, September 28, 12:00-1:45 p.m.
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge

What is the line between the role of an academic legal scholar and a lawyer-activist? Are these roles similar, partially overlapping, or entirely distinct? And how can we negotiate the tensions between the different roles that the study of law and legal scholarship ask of us, if at all? 

The Hauser Global Law School Program cordially invites you to a panel discussion of these and related questions about the connections between scholarship and activism in the law, featuring Hauser Global Professor Tarun Khaitan, Princeton University Professor Kim Lane Scheppele, NYU School of Law Professors Gráinne de Búrca,  Mattias Kumm and Jeremy Waldron, and Hauser Post-Doctoral Global Fellow Oren Tamir.

The background context for this discussion is a recent editorial written by Professor Khaitan for the International Journal of Constitutional Law (ICON) criticizing the increased appearance on the public law and comparative public law scene of “scholactivism,” a practice which in his view inappropriately meshes the role of legal scholar and lawyer-activist. That editorial generated substantial commentary (and quite heated controversy) across the universe of public law scholars and beyond, as reflected in multiple tweet-storms and an online symposium on Professor Khaitan’s intervention in the leading public law blog Verfassungsblog. We encourage those attending to read Professor Khaitan’s brief editorial in advance, as well as his response to the Verfassungsblog symposium.

Light lunch will be available from 12:00 p.m., and the panel discussion will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m.

Dean's Lunch with Fellows
Wednesday, October 26, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Snow Dining Room

Informal lunch for fellows to meet with the Dean in an informal setting.

Mid-Semester Open House
Wednesday, November 9, Time TBD

Location TBD
Mid-semester check-in with coffee and cookies.

Global Festive Reception
Date TBD
Location TBD

Fellows, scholars, faculty, and administrators will gather to celebrate the end of the semester and the holiday season.

Spring Global Fellows Orientation
Wednesday, January 18, 10:30 a.m.

Furman Hall, Room 316
We will be holding an informal orientation session where all Global Fellows will have an opportunity to meet each other as well as the Global Fellows Program staff. Administrative and other programmatic informational materials for the Global Fellows Program will be distributed at the session, to be followed by a short tour of the offices.

Spring Global Welcome Event
Date TBD

Location TBD
We will be hosting a welcome event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars, and Global Faculty to meet in an informal setting.

Spring Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum
Throughout the Spring Semester
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
The Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum features presentations of research project drafts by Global Fellows and Emile Noël Fellows to an audience of other NYU School of Law fellows, faculty, students, and invited guests. This provides an opportunity for fellows to gather, collaborate, share ideas and provide feedback in a supportive and intellectual environment.  The full forum schedule can be found on the Global Fellows Forum web page.

Global Farewell Reception
Date TBD

Location TBD
We will be hosting a farewell event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars, Global Faculty, JSD students and Visiting Doctoral Researchers to mark the end of the academic year.

 

2021-2022

Fall Global Fellows Orientation
Wednesday, September 1, 10:30 a.m.

Virtual Event
We will be holding an online orientation session for all Global Fellows for the 2021-2022 Global Fellows Program.  At the orientation, we will be introducing our Global Fellows Program staff and all new fellows.  Administrative and other programmatic informational materials for the Global Fellows Program will also be distributed prior to the session.

Global Welcome Event
Wednesday, September 15, 12:45-1:45 p.m.

D'Agostino Hall, Lipton Hall
We will be hosting a welcome event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars and Global Faculty to meet in an informal setting.

Fall Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum
Throughout the Fall Semester
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
All Global Fellows attend a forum which serves as an important vehicle for facilitating the production of publishable scholarship. Our fora feature presentations of research by Global Fellows to an audience of other NYU School of Law fellows, faculty, students, and invited guests. This provides an opportunity for fellows to gather, collaborate, share ideas and provide feedback in a supportive and intellectual environment.  The full forum schedule can be found on the Global Fellows Forum web page.

Global Fellows Welcome Meeting with Faculty Directors
Tuesday, January 25, 1:00 p.m.

Virtual Event
Welcome meeting for all new and returning Global and Emile Noël Fellows with our Faculty Directors. This event will be held virtually.

Spring Global Welcome Reception
Wednesday, February 16, 1:00 p.m.

22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
We will be hosting a welcome event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars, and Global Faculty to meet in an informal setting.

Spring Global/Emile Noël Fellows Forum
Throughout the Spring Semester
22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
All Global Fellows attend a forum which serves as an important vehicle for facilitating the production of publishable scholarship. Our fora feature presentations of research by Global Fellows to an audience of other NYU School of Law fellows, faculty, students, and invited guests. This provides an opportunity for fellows to gather, collaborate, share ideas and provide feedback in a supportive and intellectual environment.  The full forum schedule can be found on the Global Fellows Forum web page.

Book Launch Event: Professor Günter Frankenberg's "Authoritarianism -- Constitutional Perspectives"
Wednesday, April 13, 12:45 p.m.

22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
We will be co-hosting with the Jean Monnet Center and the JSD Department a book launch event by Professor Günter Frankenberg.

Global Farewell Reception
Wednesday, April 27, 12:30 p.m.

22 Washington Square North, 1st Floor Lounge
We will be hosting a farewell event for all Fellows, Hauser Global Scholars, Global Faculty, JSD students and Visiting Doctoral Researchers to mark the end of the academic year.

Book Discussion: "To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth" - A Conversation with Professor Martti Koskenniemi
Monday, May 9, 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Virtual Event
We will be co-hosting with the Institute for International Law and Justice a book discussion event with Professor Martti Koskenniemi. Event details on the IILJ web site.