Professor Holning Lau has a number of speaking events scheduled for the month of April. On April 3, he spoke at the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities. His presentation addressed gender equality and its implications for deliberative democracy. On April 4, Prof. Lau participated in “CRT20: Honoring Our Past, Charting Our Future,” a conference celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Critical Race Theory. At CRT20, Prof. Lau served as co-leader of a roundtable discussion on race and sexuality. He also served as a commentator on “Straight Scrutiny,” a paper by Prof. Catherine Smith of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Finally, Prof. Lau is scheduled to speak at Villanova Law School on Friday, April 17. Villanova’s OUTLaw student group will be participating in a nationwide Day of Silence on April 17 to raise awareness on anti-LGBT behaviors in schools. The student group will break the silence with a special event featuring Prof. Lau as a guest speaker.
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