Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sterio Debates Militarized Humanitarian Intervention at International Affairs Symposium

  C|M|LAW’s Calfee Halter & Griswold Professor of Law Milena Sterio participated in the 52nd International Affairs Symposium at Lewis and Clark College on April 8, 2014.  Professor Sterio’s panel was entitled “Militarized Humanitarian Intervention: Guns for Good?”.  The panel was … Continue reading

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Plecnik’s “Modest Proposal” for a Constitutionally Apportioned Wealth Tax Published in Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly

C|M|LAW Professor John Plecnik’s article, The New Flat Tax: A Modest Proposal For a Constitutionally Apportioned Wealth Tax, was published in the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly at 41 Hastings Const. L.Q. 483 (2014).  As usual, Professor Plecnik begins with a flourish: … Continue reading

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Cherry Speaks on Maternal Orthodoxy and the Criminalization of Women’s Behaviors

Professor April Cherry spoke at C|M|LAW’s Journal of Law and Health Conference on March 7, 2014.  Her talk was entitled: “Self-Harm, Fetal-Harm and the Ideology of the Good Mother.” It explored the connection between the “compelling state interest in the fetus” rhetoric, … Continue reading

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Falk Speaks about the Epidemics of Rape on College Campuses and in the Military

On March 29, 2014, C|M|LAW Professor Patricia J. Falk presented Is VAWA Enough?:  The Epidemics of Rape on College Campuses and in the Military at a conference presented by Dusquesne Law School in Pittsburgh– The Violence Against Women Act and Its … Continue reading

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