Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sterio Discusses Piracy in the 20th Century on WCPN’s Sounds of Ideas

Professor Milena Sterio appeared on WCPN’s Sound of Ideas radio show on Tuesday, January 31, 2012, to discuss piracy in the 20th century.  She and Professor Michael Scharf (Case), discussed the problem of modern piracy and their work supporting the … Continue reading

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Keating Reviews Fainstein’s “The Just City” in Urban Affairs Review

Dennis Keating’s review of Harvard University Professor Susan Fainstein’s THE JUST CITY appears in the January, 2012 issue of URBAN AFFAIRS REVIEW: Vol. 48, No. 1: 138-140. Professor Fainstein keynoted an October, 2010 Levin College Forum honoring the equity planning work of Professor … Continue reading

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Hoke Presided over Cross-Cutting Program on Election Law and Voting Technology at the AALS

Professor Candice Hoke co-organized (with Martha Mahoney- Miami) and presided over a Cross-Cutting Program at the Association of American Law Schools annual meeting in Washington, D.C., on January 5, 2012.  The program, “The Law and Science of Trustworthy Elections: Facing … Continue reading

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Sterio’s Work on Piracy Prosecutions in the Seychelles Reported in the Cleveland Plain Dealer

As previously discussed in this space (see: https://cmlawfaculty.wordpress.com/2011/12/15/sterio-serves-on-piracy-delegation-to-the-seychelles/), Professor Milena Sterio traveled to the Seychelles as part of a small delegation of lawyers sent by the High Level Working Group on Piracy to assist the Seychelles with the prosecution of pirates. … Continue reading

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Weinstein Spoke on the Impact of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act at AALS on

On Saturday, January 7th, Professor Alan Weinstein spoke at Association of American Law Schools annual meeting.  The session was titled “The Impact of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act on State and Local Governments.”  Professor Weinstein’s paper focused … Continue reading

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Geier Participates in U.S. Senate Tax Roundtables

The U.S. Senate Finance Committee majority and minority staffs asked Professor Deborah A. Geier to participate, along with a select group of other tax law and public finance economics professors, in a two-day Academic Roundtable discussing fundamental tax reform on … Continue reading

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Inniss Reviews Serena Mayeri’s Reasoning from Race on Texas Law Review Dicta

Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss reviewed Serena Mayeri’s Reasoning from Race on Dicta.   Dicta is a project of the Texas Law Review and, according to its website, “Dicta, at its simplest, is a place to share thoughts, reactions, and recommendations on legal books. … Continue reading

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