Monthly Archives: December 2012

Mika Presents at Legal Writing Workshops

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika, presented Demarginalizing Diverse Members of the Legal Writing Classroom, on December 1, 2012, at Washburn School of Law, at the Legal Writing Institute’s One Day Workshop.  Mika presented as part of a panel, “Student Populations: Diversity and … Continue reading

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Ruben Speaks on Labor Arbitration Issues

C|M|LAW Professor Emeritus Alan Miles Ruben (Advisory Professor of Law, Fu Dan University, Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China) moderated a panel on new decisions and regulations affecting labor arbitration practice at the National Academy of Arbitrators’ Fall Education Conference at … Continue reading

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Weinstein Appears on ABA Real Property Section’s “Professor’s Corner” Teleconference on Development Exactions

On Wednesday, December 12, C|M|LAW Professor Alan Weinstein was the featured speaker on “Professor’s Corner,” a 60-minute national teleconference presented each month by the ABA Real Property, Trust and Estates Section’s Legal Education Committee.  He discussed Koontz v. St. John’s River … Continue reading

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Sterio Travels to Mauritius for Forum on Somali Piracy

C|M|LAW Professor Milena Sterio traveled to Mauritius, a small island nation in the Indian Ocean, last week to participate in an international forum on Somali piracy.  Mauritius is one of a group of nations that are prosecuting Somali pirates under … Continue reading

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Keating Speaks to Cleveland Civil War Roundtable on The Irish in the Civil War

On Wednesday, December 12, 2012, Dr. Dennis Keating (joint C|M|LAW/Levin College of Urban Affairs appointee) will speak to the Cleveland Civil War Roundtable.  In his lecture, The Irish in the Civil War,”  Keating will be discussing predominantly Irish military units (north and … Continue reading

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Ray Posts ‘In Memoriam’ to South Africa’s Chief Justice Chaskalson

C|M|LAW Professor Brian Ray posted an ‘in memoriam’ to Arthur Chaskalson, the first President and Chief Justice of South Africa’s Constitutional Court who died on December 1, 2012.  Ray highlights the critical leadership role Chaskalson played in the South Africa’s anti-apartheid … Continue reading

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Crain’s Quotes Dean Boise on Tomorrow’s Lawyers and Challenges in the Legal Field

On November 27, 2012, Crain’s Cleveland Business quoted C|M|LAW Dean Craig Boise in  What the legal community is saying.  The piece posed two questions to five leaders in the Cleveland legal community.  What attributes will be needed for tomorrow’s attorneys? … Continue reading

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C|M|LAW Solo Practice Incubator Featured in Crain’s Cleveland Business, and Cleveland Plain Dealer

C|M|LAW’s plans to support our graduates entering solo practice by creating a solo practice incubator was featured in this morning’s Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Quoting numbers from the Wall Street Journal and the ABA on the high numbers of law graduates … Continue reading

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Moody Named One of 25 Finalists for National Jurist’s Most Influential in Legal Education

Long-time former C|M|LAW Professor and Interim Dean Lizabeth Moody (Dean, Stetson) was recently named one of 25 finalists for National Jurist’s 25 Most Influential in Legal Education.  The list also includes Brian Tamanaha (Professor, Washington University), Erwin Chemerinsky (UC-Irvine), and Kyle McEntee,( … Continue reading

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Sagers and Kalir File “Professors’ Amicus Brief” Urging U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Antitrust Matter, Secure Support of Preeminent Group of Antitrust Scholars

C|M|Law Professors Chris Sagers and Doron Kalir filed a brief in support of certiorari in an important antitrust matter, and were joined by sixteen preeminent professors of antitrust law from around the country, including law and economics faculty members from Harvard, … Continue reading

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