Monthly Archives: February 2012

Talking Foreign Policy, a New Radio on WCPN, to Feature C|M|LAW’s Sterio

Tomorrow evening (Thursday, March 1) at 8:00 p.m., WCPN (90.3 FM) will air the first episode of Talking Foreign Policy.  This new radio will feature a regular group of panelists including C|M|LAW’s Professor Milena Sterio.  The station will air 4 … Continue reading

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Forte Argues that the Catholic Church Must Stand Firm on its Fundamental Beliefs

On Saturday, February 18, 2012, the Cleveland Plain Dealer published an Op-Ed by C|M|LAW Professor David Forte in the Forum Section of the newspaper.  In response to the February 10, 2012, announcement by the Obama administration that Health and Human … Continue reading

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C|M| Legal Writing Professors Lead Tours Through the Ohio Supreme Court’s New Writing Manual

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Director Carolyn Broering-Jacobs and Visiting Legal Writing Professor Jaime Bouvier published a feature article in the February 2012 edition of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Bar Journal magazine.  Their article, A Tour Through the New Writing Manual, … Continue reading

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Sterio Comments on Plain Dealer Editorial Regarding Democracy, Syria, and the Arab Spring

The Cleveland Plain Dealer published C|M|LAW Professor Milena Sterio’s letter to the editor, today, in response to an Opinion Editorial by Tony George, Bloom is Off Arab Spring, published last Friday.  George’s editorial concerned Democracy, Syria, and the Arab Spring. … Continue reading

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C|M|LAW Dean Emeritus Steven H. Steinglass Appointed to Task Force on the Funding of Ohio Courts

Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor has appointed C|M|LAW Dean Emeritus Steven H. Steinglass to the newly created Task Force on the Funding of Ohio Courts.  According to the Court’s press release, the task force is charged with examining “long-term solutions … Continue reading

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Daiker-Middaugh Promotes Pro Bono Work Throughout a Lawyer’s Career

C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Pam Daiker-Middaugh participated in a panel discussion at Case Law School on Thursday, February 16, entitled “The Importance of Professional Volunteerism.”  The panel was sponsored by the Student Bar Association and, in addition to Daiker-Middaugh, included representation … Continue reading

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Sagers Praised by Federal Trade Commissioner for 8th Circuit Brief

Professor Chris Sagers was singled out for praise in a January 20 statement by FTC Commissioner Thomas Rosch.  Sagers had submitted an amicus brief on behalf of the American Antitrust Institute in Federal Trade Commission v. Lundbeck, Inc., the Eighth Circuit’s consideration of … Continue reading

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