Monthly Archives: October 2011

O’Neill Interviewed Regarding Social Media Governance in the Court Room

Professor Kevin O’Neill was recently interviewed for Judicial System v. Social Media – Lawyers, courts argue pros and cons of online communication’s pervasive, yet useful nature, by Kathy Ames Carr, in Crain’s Cleveland Business, October 3-9, 2011.  The article addressed issues concerning … Continue reading

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Litigation and Social Change: Developing Women’s Rights in the Twentieth Century

C|M|LAW Professor Emerita Jane M. Picker returned to CSU on Tuesday, October 18, to speak on Litigation and Social Change: Developing Women’s Rights in the Twentieth Century.  Professor Picker spoke, in particular, about a case she argued in the U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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C|M|LAW Conference on the Politicization of Judicial Elections Draws High Attendance, Press, and Publications

Last week’s C|M|LAW conference on The Politicization of Judicial Elections drew more than 200 participants, and led Professor Susan Becker to be sought out by a Nevada reporter for assistance in understanding a controversial redistricting decision a state judge recently entered … Continue reading

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Kowalski Moderates “A Whole Trial in 3 Hours”

On September 27, Clinical Professor Ken Kowalski moderated the Federal Bar Association’s  New Lawyer Training seminar entitled “A Whole Trial in 3 Hours.”   This seminar featured information on voir dire, opening statements, examination of witnesses, and closings.  Speakers included John R. Mitchell of Thompson Hine … Continue reading

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Simek Honored as LGBT Shining Star

On Oct. 11th Visiting Clinical Professor Maya Simek was awarded the Shining Star Award for her contributions to furthering Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered equality in an educational setting. This award honors her as an individual from the LGBT community who has proven … Continue reading

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Sundahl Coordinates 53rd Annual Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space in Cape Town, South Africa

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl coordinated the 53rd Annual Colloquium on the Law of Outer Space this week in Cape Town, South Africa.  This Colloquium involves leading experts in the field of space law who delivered more than 50 papers in … Continue reading

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Majette Writes About the New Health Care Reform Law

Professor Gwendolyn Roberts Majette has published PPACA and Public Health:  Creating a Framework to Focus on Prevention and Wellness and Improve the Public’s Health in the Fall 2011 issue of the Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics.  This article is part of … Continue reading

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