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Past Events

Thursday, March 25, 2021  |  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM


The NYU Journal of Law & Business and The Classical Liberal Institute present The Impact of Blockchain on the Practice of Law. Join us for a lively panel and breakout discussion exploring the impact of blockchain technology on contract law, secured transactions, financial regulation, and trusts and estates. The panel will be moderated by Professor Seth C. Oranburg, Editor of the Forthcoming Practice Manual "Blockchain Law." The panel will feature input from Aaron Wright (Cardozo Law), Carly Howard (CEH Consulting), Professor Heather Hughes (American University), Professor Angela Walch (St. Mary's University), and Zach Smolinski (Smolinski Rosario Law).

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Friday, February 28, 2020 | 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

NYU’s Journal of Law and Business and the Sports Law Association present the 9th Annual Sports Law Colloquium. The conference will feature distinguished panelists and discussions on the prominent legal issues in the world of sports.  This year’s program includes three panels, titled:


(1) Name, Image, and Likeness of the Modern Athlete,


(2) Equal Play, Equal Pay: Inequality in Sports, and


(3) The “Rich Paul Rule” and the Evolving Role of the Sports Agent.


The Colloquium will conclude with a Keynote Conversation with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman at 2:30pm.


See event photos here:


Thursday, September 26, 2019 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

NYU’s Journal of Law & Business, The Classical Liberal Institute and The Center on Civil Justice hosted The Opioid Epidemic. This conference, featuring two panels and a keynote speech, focused on litigation surrounding the opioid epidemic as well as regulation and reform issues related to the crisis. Panelists discussed the lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies, different defense strategies and the most effective way to structure settlement agreements, the strengths and weaknesses of current regulation, and different reform options in order to effectively address this major health and social crisis. The keynote speech was delivered by the Honorable Diane Wood (Chief United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit).

Read a recap and watch the panels here:

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