Monthly Archives: April 2013

Robertson Recognized as McNair Scholars’ Mentor of the Year

C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Heidi Gorovitz Robertson was recognized on Friday, April 26, as the 2013 Mentor of the Year at the TRIO McNair Scholars Banquet.  The McNair Scholars Program prepares undergraduate students for graduate studies through involvement in research and … Continue reading

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Borden Honored as C|M|LAW Faculty Member of the Year

Congratulations to C|M|LAW Professor Michael Borden.  He was selected, by a vote of the C|M|LAW student body, as “Faculty Member of the Year!” Congratulations, also, to Ms. Holli Goodman, Administrative Assistant to the Dean.  The students chose her as “Staff Member of … Continue reading

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Weinstein Publishes on U.S. Supreme Court’s 2012 Takings Cases, and on the Ohio Supreme Court’s Stand on Development Impact Fees

C|M|LAW Professor Alan Weinstein’s article, co-authored with Brian Blaesser, The Court’s 2012 Takings Cases, was published in 41 Real Estate L.J. 512 (2013). In this article, they discuss the three takings cases before the U.S. Supreme Court this term and … Continue reading

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Sundahl Co-Authors CMBA Bar Journal Feature Article on Export Controls

C|M|LAW Associate Dean and Associate Professor Mark Sundahl co-authored a feature article entitled Export Control Reform: An Update in the April issue of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Bar Journal.  In the piece, Prof. Sundahl and his co-author, Jon Yormick, … Continue reading

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Mika Writes on Collective Bargaining Agreements as Vehicles for Uniform Workplace Privacy Standards

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika has published Privacy in the Workplace: Are Collective Bargaining Agreements a Place to Start Formulating More Uniform Standards? in the Willamette Law Review.   The article suggests that current laws regarding privacy in the workplace … Continue reading

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Weinstein Participates in National Teleconference on Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses

On March 18, 2013, C|M|LAW Professor Alan Weinstien was one of three speakers in a National Teleconference on Regulating Adult Entertainment Businesses presented by the International Municipal Lawyers Association (IMLA). The other speakers were Eric Kelly and Connie Cooper, who … Continue reading

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Forte Speaks on Civility and Nihilism

On Saturday, April 13, C|M|LAW Professor David Forte delivered a paper, Civility and Nihilism, at conference at John Carroll University.  The theme of the conference was “Freedom of Expression vs. Respect for the Sacred.”

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Kowalski Assists with National Employment Law Project Petition for Certiorari

C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Ken Kowalski assisted attorneys from the National Employment Law Project, a national advocacy organization for employment rights of lower-wage workers, in drafting a petition for certiorari in the US Supreme Court.  The petition in the case of … Continue reading

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Forte Reviews Scalia and Garner in The Claremont Review of Books

C|M|LAW Professor David Forte has published Taking Law Seriously, a review of Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts, by Antonin Scalia and Bryan A. Garner, in The Claremont Review of Books. The article currently is available on-line to subscribers … Continue reading

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Witmer-Rich Writes in Pepperdine Law Reivew on “Sneak and Peak” Searches

  The Pepperdine Law Review has accepted C|M|LAW Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich’s article, The Rapid Rise of “Sneak and Peek” Searches, and the Fourth Amendment “Rule Requiring Notice.”  The article examines delayed notice search warrants, authorized in the USA Patriot Act, … Continue reading

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