Professor Forte Presents at Columbia Law School and at Cato Institute Symposium

On September 18, 2018, Professor David Forte made a presentation, “To Speak or Not to Speak: Compelled Speech and Righteous Causes,” at Columbia Law School.

On September 17, 2018, Professor David Forte made a presentation at the Cato Institute’s annual Constitution Day symposium on the topic, “The First Amendment and the Culture Wars.”

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Dean Fisher Welcomes Ohio Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; Professor Forte, Committee Vice-Chair, Participates in Hearings

On September 14, 2018, Dean Lee Fisher welcomed the Ohio Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights to the university at the beginning of the Committee’s hearings on School Funding in Ohio.  David Forte, Vice-Chair of the Committee, participated in the hearings.

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Sagers Publishes in Harvard Online Forum on Antitrust and the Kavanaugh Nomination

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, published a long essay on the online forum of the Harvard Law & Policy Review, canvassing the opinions of Judge Brett Kavanaugh in antitrust and related areas. He argues that those opinions display an aggressive freedom in interpreting precedent, and suggests that they do not speak well of his more general approach to judging.

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Professor Sterio Speaks at Cox Center Conference at Case Law School; Participates in “Talking Foreign Policy” Radio Show on WCPN/90.3

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“Talking Foreign Policy” taping at WCPN/90.3 (from right to left, counter-clock wise: Dean Michael Scharf, Professor Milena Sterio, Todd Buchwald, former State Department Ambassador, Office of Global Criminal Justice, Professor Paul Williams, American University, Jim Johnson, former prosecutor, Special Court for Sierra Leone)

On September 14, Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio spoke as a panelist at the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center, Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Law conference on “International Law and Policy in the Age of Trump.”  Professor Sterio was a panelist on a panel entitled “A Roundtable on Use of Force and Rogue States.”

In addition, Professor Sterio participated as a panelist in the taping of a new episode of the “Talking Foreign Policy” radio show; the episode is entitled “Responding to Rogue States” and it will be broadcast on WCPN/90.3 on September 17th, from 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.  “Talking Foreign Policy” is a quarterly radio show on WCPN/90.3, hosted by Dean Michael Scharf of CWRU School of Law, and Professor Sterio has been a regular participant.

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Professor Forte’s Article Published in CATO Constitutional Law Review

Professor David Forte’s article, To Speak or Not to Speak, That is Your Liberty: Janus v. AFSCME, has been published in the CATO Constitutional Law Review.  A copy of the article is available here:

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Professors Lazarus and Forte Speak to Inn of Court

On September 12, Professors Stephen Lazarus and David Forte spoke to the William K. Thomas Inn of Court on the topic, “Supreme Court Term: A Retrospective and a Preview.”

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Professor Forte Participates in “Sound of Ideas,” Delivers Constitution Day Lecture

On September 6, Professors David Forte and Jonathan Entin of Case Western School of Law, spoke on the Confirmation Hearings of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, at The Sound of Ideas, WCPN/90.3 radio.

This year’s Constitution Day speaker at Cleveland-Marshall was Professor David Forte, who addressed the topic: “Noble Sinners: The Legacy of the Founders.”

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