Monthly Archives: September 2011

Beggs Interviewed by ACLU Oral History Project

Emeritus Clinical Professor Gordon Beggs was interviewed for the American Civil Liberties Union’s Oral History Project regarding his service to the ACLU.   Beggs’ ACLU service included helping organize a student ACLU chapter at the University of Pennsylvania in 1968 to … Continue reading

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Forte Debates ACLU’s Daniel Mach on Shari’a

On Monday, September 27, Professor David Forte debated Mr. Daniel Mach, Director of the American Civil Liberties Union Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief on the topic “Is the Shari’a Coming to America? And Should We Care?”  The Debate was … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in the New York Times Regarding the Falling NASA Satellite

Associate Dean Mark J. Sundahl was quoted in the New York Times on Saturday, September 24, regarding tort liability, under international law, for potential damage caused by NASA’s falling satellite.  The article, Satellite Falls to Earth, but We Know Not … Continue reading

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Sagers Drafts Second Circuit Amicus Brief on Behalf of the American Antitrust Institute

Professor Chris Sagers was the lead drafter of an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on behalf of the American Antitrust Institute.  In the words of the AAI:  AAI filed a brief in the … Continue reading

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Inniss Participates in Around Noon Book Club: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss participated in the Around Noon Book Club on the local National Public Radio station, WCPN, on Monday, September 19th.  The topic of discussion was the 20th century classic Their Eyes Were Watcing God by Zora Neale … Continue reading

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Forte Comments on Religion, Reason, and Same-Sex Marriage

Professor David Forte published a Letter to the Editor in First Things:  A Monthly Journal of Religion and Public Life.  In the letter, published in response to the article “Religion, Reason, and Same-Sex Marriage,” by Matthew J. Franck (First Things, May … Continue reading

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Kerber Reappointed to the Judicial Candidates Rating Coalition

Legal Writing Professor Sandra Kerber has been reappointed to the Judicial Candidates Rating Coalition (JCRC).  The JCRC interviews judges to evaluate them for integrity, judicial temperament, diligence, and professional competence. The JCRC serves the voting community at large by disseminating … Continue reading

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