Monthly Archives: July 2011

Steinglass Advocates for the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission to Review and Revise the Ohio Constitution

Dean Emeritus Steven Steinglass has been active in the effort to create an Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission as a means to review and revise Ohio’s constitution .  He published, today, an Op-Ed in the Columbus Dispatch entitled Constitutional Commission is … Continue reading

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Hoke to Participate in Panel Discussion at Republican National Lawyers Association Election Law Seminar

On Friday, August 12, Professor Candice Hoke will participate in the Republican National Lawyers Association’s Election Law Seminar in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The panel will address”Electoral Reform:  Registration and Ballots for Military, Overseas, Student and Other Voters.”  Professor Hoke will discuss, … Continue reading

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C|M|LAW Receives Ohio Senate Commendation for the 2010 Diversity Matters Award

The 128th General Assembly of Ohio has honored C|M|LAW with a commendation for receiving the 2010 Diversity Matters Award from the Law School Admissions Council.

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Forte Publishes Originalism in the Classroom

Professor David Forte has published Originalism in the Classroom in the current issue of Academic Questions.  In this article, Forte evaluates the way we have taught law in the twenty-five years since Attorney General Edwin Meese’s plea to return to “a … Continue reading

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Dempsey Reappointed VP of Cleveland Municipal School Board

C|M|LAW Assistant Dean Louise P. Dempsey was recently reappointed to her post of Vice President of the Board of Education by Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson.

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Top Ten Downloads in Several SSRN Journals: Natural Resources; European Economics; International Environmental Law eJournals

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson’s article Public Access to Private Land for Walking: Environmental and Individual Responsibility as Rationale for Limiting the Right to Exclude was recently listed on 4 of SSRN’s Top Ten download lists.  It was listed in the … Continue reading

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Hoke Actively Engaged and Commenting on Voting and Election Law Issues

Professor Candice Hoke has been active this summer in the area of Election Law.  She was recently interviewed by The Statesman, an Austin, Texas, newspaper regarding a voting system decision of the Texas Supreme Court.  Commenting on the current state of … Continue reading

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