Monthly Archives: October 2013

Boise Appointed to Standards Review Committee of ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar

C|M|LAW Dean Craig M. Boise has been appointed to serve on the Standards Review Committee of the ABA Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar.  The Standards Review Committee is charged with reviewing proposed changes in, and additions to, … Continue reading

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Lewis Speaks to Female Judges about Intestacy and Nontraditional Families

C|M|LAW Professor Browne Lewis recently spoke at the annual meeting of the National Association of Female Judges in New Orleans.  The audience consisted of female judges from the United States and several other countries.  Her talk focused upon the need for legislatures … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in SpaceNews Regarding Proposed Safety Guidelines for Human Spaceflight

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in a September 27, 2013, article in SpaceNews, regarding new proposed safety practices for commercial orbital and suborbital human spaceflight companies.  The safety practices have been proposed in response to the recent growth … Continue reading

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Borden Publishes on the the Role of Journalists in Caremark Litigation

Congratulations to C|M|LAW Professor Michael J. Borden, whose article Of Outside Monitors and Inside Monitors: The Role of Journalists in Caremark Litigation, in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law.  In this article, Borden argues for a change in Delaware … Continue reading

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Kalir Speaks on Same-Sex Marriage and Jewish Law at Michigan State Law School

On October 8, 2013, C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Doron Kalir presented his work in progress on Same-Sex Marriage and Jewish Law: A Contemporary Perspective to faculty and students at Michigan State Law School. Professor Kalir’s presentation was a part of Michigan … Continue reading

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