Monthly Archives: November 2014

Professor Sterio Contributes Two Law Review Articles on Drones

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio contributed two articles on the legal issues related to the United States’ use of drones to conduct targeted killings overseas.  The first article, “The Covert Use of Drones: How Secrecy Undermines Oversight and Accountability,” … Continue reading

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Professor Lazarus Speaks at Student-to-Lawyer Symposium in Columbus, Ohio

Professor Steve Lazarus spoke on Friday November 14, at the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Professionalism’s 3rd Annual Student-to-Lawyer Symposium titled “Preparing the Leaders of Tomorrow’s Changing Legal Profession” in Columbus, Ohio.  The Symposium was attended by lawyers, judges, students … Continue reading

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Professor Davis and Co-Author Publish Article in the British Journal of American Legal Studies

Professor Mickey Davis, with co-author Dana Neacsu, Librarian and Lecturer-in-Law at Columbia Law School, published an article entitled “The Many Texts of the Law” in volume 3-issue 2 of the British Journal of American Legal Studies (Birmingham City University). According … Continue reading

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Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss Publishes Blog Post on Recent Rape Allegations Against Bill Cosby

Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss published a blog post entitled “Clarence Thomas, Bill Cosby, and the Absence of Memory” on her blog, Ain’t I a Feminist Legal Scholar Too? (“a blog that explores the relationship between blackness, feminism and feminist legal … Continue reading

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Sagers Publishes on Federal Trade Commission Loss in Big Drug Merger

Professor Chris Sagers, with co-author Rick Brunell, General Counsel of the American Antitrust Institute, published a new article in the widely read Antitrust Bulletin.  Their article, ​”FTC v. Lundbeck:  Is Anything in Antitrust Obvious, Like, Ever?,” 59 Antitrust Bull. 557 (2014), considers … Continue reading

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Professor Geier Publishes New Tax Law Textbook with CALI eLangdell Press

Professor Deborah Geier has published “U.S. Federal Income Taxation of Individuals,” a new textbook for use in the first Federal Income Tax course, with CALI’s eLangdell Press. She declined expressions of interest from the legacy legal publishers in favor of … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post Discussing Mauritian Court’s Acquittal of Twelve Piracy Suspects

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post on both Intlawgrrls and Communis Hostis Omnium, two academic blogs where she routinely publishes posts and serves as editor, on the recent Mauritius Intermediate Court acquittal of twelve piracy suspects. … Continue reading

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