Monthly Archives: April 2012

C|M|LAW Hosts Former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean

As part of C|M|LAW’s enhanced effort to bring issues of ethics and professionalism into the culture of discussion in the law school community, C|M|LAW hosted Former Nixon White House Counsel John Dean for a full day of events on Thursday, … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in Space News Regarding Virgin Galactic Space Flights

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in a Space News article, Virgin Galactic Granted License Exemption for Spaceflight Experience, by Dan Leon.  The article concerned the decision by the U.S. State Department not to require Virgin Galactic, Richard Branson’s space … Continue reading

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May to Serve as Guest Blogger on Lofty Ambitions

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Claire Robinson May has been invited to serve as a guest blogger on a science and writing blog, Lofty Ambitions.  See http://loftyambitions.wordpress.com/2012/04/16/guest-blog-claire-robinson-may/

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Forte Debates: Secular Onslaught Against Religion, Islam Compatibility with Democracy

C|M|LAW Professor David Forte spoke on April 9 at Northern Kentucky University.  He  participated in a debate on the question Can the Secularist Onslaught against Religion Be Halted? with Edward F. Kagan, National Legal Director, American Atheists, Inc.  In addition, on April 16, … Continue reading

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Weinstein and McCleary Publish on the Association of Adult Businesses with Secondary Effects, and Present at the Association of American Geographers Conference

C|M|LAW Professor Alan Weinstein published (with Richard McCleary), The Association of Adult Businesses with Secondary Effects: The Legal Doctrine, Social Theory, and Empirical Evidence, in the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal. In addition, Weinstein presented their work from this … Continue reading

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Keating Interviewed by WCPN Regarding Demolition in Response to Foreclosure

C|M|LAW and Levin College of Urban Affairs Professor Dennis Keating was interviewed for WCPN’s recent story on demolitions in response to the foreclosure and abandonment crisis. The program, including Keating’s interview, was included in the April 5, 2012, edition of … Continue reading

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Inniss Wins Research Grant from Princeton Archives

C|M|LAW’s Joseph C. Hostetler-Baker & Hostetler Chair in Law Lolita Buckner Inniss was awarded a Friends of the Princeton University Library reseach grant in the amount of $3400 to help support additional work at the Princeton University Archives. This award is in … Continue reading

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Forte Reappointed to Civil Rights Committee

C|M|LAW Professor David Forte was reappointed to the Ohio State Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights.

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Keating Spoke at UNC on Foreclosure and Home Abandonment

On April 1, 2012, C|M|LAW and Levin College of Urban Affairs Professor Dennis Keating spoke at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Responding to Foreclosure and Home Abandonment, co-sponsored by its Center for Urban and Regional Studies, … Continue reading

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Sterio to Co-Edit Book on Maritime Piracy, and Serve as Secretary of Women in International Law

Associate Professor Milena Sterio was elected Secretary of the Women in International Law interest group of the American Society of International Law.  In addition, Professor Sterio has reached an agreement with Professor Michael Scharf (Case) and Oxford University to co-edit a … Continue reading

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