Monthly Archives: September 2014

Professor Weinstein Participates in Panel Discussion at NE Ohio Municipal Law Directors Association

On Thursday, 9/11/14, Professor Weinstein participated in a panel discussion on “Regulation of Political Signs” at the Northeast Ohio Municipal Law Directors Association. Other panelists included Todd Hunt, a partner at Walter Haverfield, and Tom Lee, a partner at Taft/Stetinius. … Continue reading

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Associate Dean Sundahl Appointed as Advisor to UN Delegation

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl has been appointed by the Department of State as an Industry Adviser to the U.S. delegation to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). The COPUOS develops international legal responses to … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on the Expansion of Military Strikes Against ISIS

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post on Intlawgrrls (www.ilg2.or) on the recent speech and announcement by President Obama (September 10) that the United States would expand military strikes against the Islamic State or ISIS in both … Continue reading

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Professor Keating to Present a CSU Homecoming Signature Lecture

Professor Dennis Keating has been selected to present, with Professor Norman Krumholz of the Levin College of Urban Affairs, a Cleveland State University Homecoming Signature Lecture on the topic of “In the year 1964.”  The lecture will take place on … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Teaches at Summer Fellowships; Writes New Entry for Macmillan; Participates in S.J.D. Defense

Professor David Forte taught at two week-long summer fellowships to some of the nation’s top law graduates, including Circuit Court and Supreme Court clerks. The first was The James Wilson Fellowship from July 7 to 12, in Naples Florida, which focused on the … Continue reading

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Professor Falk Publishes New Article; Serves as Peer Reviewer

Professor Patricia Falk published a new article entitled “A Curious Omission from Ohio’s Rape Statute:  Sexual Assault When the Victim Consents to Medical or Dental Drugging,” 82 U. Cinn. L. Rev. 1123 (2014). Professor Falk was also asked to serve … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Speaks at Two Summer Washington, D.C. Events

On June 18, Professor David Forte participated on a panel entitled, “Religious Liberty under Attack? Challenges to First Amendment Rights,” at the Legal Studies Institute, a summer program for law students, sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, in Washington, D.C. On June 19, Professor … Continue reading

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Dean Boise Named to MOCA Board of Directors

Dean Craig Boise has been named to the Board of Directors of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Cleveland.  MOCA regularly shows works by such artists as Andy Warhol, Christo, and Claes Oldenburg, and past exhibits have featured art by … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at ASIL-Midwest Workshop

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio participated in the inaugural American Society of International Law-Midwest Interest Group Workshop at the University of Minnesota Law School on September 5-6.  Professor Sterio presented her paper, “Prosecuting Juvenile Piracy Suspects: The Legal Framework.”  … Continue reading

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Professor Robinson May Elected to the Board of Talespinner Children’s Theatre

Professor Claire Robinson May was elected to the Board of Talespinner Children’s Theatre (TCT).  TCT is Cleveland’s newest children’s professional theater company, which “develops imaginative and original professional works for children across all socio-economic, cultural and traditional boundaries.”  TCT’s website … Continue reading

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