Monthly Archives: January 2014

Mika Edits Articles for ABA International Law Section Publication

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika was appointed a Deputy Editor for the ABA Section of International Law’s “Year in Review.”   The Year in Review is the summer issue of “The International Lawyer,” the quarterly journal of the ABA’s International Law Section. 

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Steinglass Speaks on Ohio Constitutional History and Modern Revision

Steven H. Steinglass, C|M|LAW’s Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus, made several presentations this fall on Ohio constitutional history and revision. On September 23, 2014, he made a presentation to Ohio teachers at the Law and Citizenship Conference sponsored by the … Continue reading

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Mika Advocates for Including Drafting and Transactional Classes in Legal Writing Programs

C|M|LAW Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika has published, in the Fall/Winter Edition of The Second Draft (a newsletter published by the Legal Writing Institute): A Third Semester of LRW: Why Teaching Transactional Skills and  Problems is Now Essential to the Legal Writing Curriculum.  The … Continue reading

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Sterio to Edit Cambridge Piracy Volume and Piracy Blog

Cambridge University Press has agreed to publish an edited piracy volume, for which C|M|LAW’s Charles R. Emrick Jr. – Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law Milena Sterioshe will serve as one of three main editors. The other two editors are Professor Michael Scharf … Continue reading

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Lewis Writes about the Certainty of Death and Taxes

C|M|LAW’s Leon and Gloria Plevin Professor Law and Director of the Center for Health Law and Policy Browne Lewis published Linking the Certainty of Death and Taxes in the Trusts and Estates edition of Jotwell on January 13, 2014.  In … Continue reading

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Sundahl Appointed Chair of FAA International Space Policy Working Group

C|M|LAW Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has been appointed the Chair of the International Space Policy Working Group (ISPWG) of the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee.  The ISPWG will monitor international developments in the regulatory landscape of commercial spaceflight and … Continue reading

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O’Neill Comments on California Decision Upholding the State’s Ban on Psychiatric Counseling to Dissuade Homosexual Conduct

C|M|LAW Professor Kevin O’Neill was quoted at length in an article,1st Amendment at issue in ban on gay-conversion therapy for minors, by David L. Hudson Jr., in the January 2014 issue of the ABA Journal, on page 18.   The article … Continue reading

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Engel Notes that Cleveland was Ahead of its Time on Subprime Lawsuits

Former C|M|LAW Professor Kathleen Engel published an Opinion piece in the Plain Dealer on December 23, 2013.  In the piece, Cleveland ahead of its time on subprime lawsuits, Engel notes that “Cleveland was the one of the first cities to cry … Continue reading

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Plecnik to Serve as Willoughby Hills Council Representative to the Willoughby Hills Income Tax Board of Review

On Monday, January 6, 2014, the Willoughby Hills City Council held its organizational meeting for calendar years 2014 and 2015.  During that meeting, Council unanimously voted to elect C|M|LAW Professor John Plecnik the Council Representative to the Willoughby Hills Income … Continue reading

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Daiker-Middaugh Praises Jack Liber’s Kindness, Generosity and Work on CMBA’s Education Initiative

In an article in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Bar Journal, C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Pamela Daiker-Middaugh is quoted in a tribute to Jack Liber.  Liber was known for the hard work and energy he devoted to the launch of the … Continue reading

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