Monthly Archives: November 2014

Professor Sundahl Quoted in California Lawyer on the Need to Clarify Property Rights in Space

Associate Dean and Professor Mark Sundahl was quoted in the October issue of California Lawyer regarding the need to clarify the right of companies to assert ownership over natural resources extracted from asteroids and other celestial bodies.  At least two … Continue reading

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Professor Falk Speaks at 40th Anniversary of the Law-Psychology Program at University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Professor Patricia J. Falk was invited to a celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the inception of the Law-Psychology Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, which took place on October 24.  She earned her J.D. in 1983 and her Ph.D. (focusing … Continue reading

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Professor Chang Presents at Global Law School in Delhi, India; Lectures During the Summer

Professor Angelin Chang presented on September 16 at the Centre for IPR Studies at Jindal Global Law School in Delhi, India.  Her presentation was entitled “Copyright Issues Facing Musicians: A Practical Overview.” During the summer, Professor Chang taught in the … Continue reading

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Professors O’Neill and Weinstein Selected as Contributors to ABA Book on First Amendment and Land Use Law

Professor Kevin O’Neill and Professor Alan Weinstein have been selected as contributors to a forthcoming ABA book, “The First Amendment and Land Use Law: Protecting Free Speech and Expression.”  Professor O’Neill will be contributing a section titled “Regulation of Parades & Public Protests” to … Continue reading

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Professor Borden Presents at Paris Bar Conference on Legal Education

Professor Michael Borden presented on October 9 at a conference hosted by “l’Incubateur du Barreau de Paris” – the Incubator of the Paris Bar.  Professor Borden participated in a panel discussion on the problems with legal education in France.

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Sundahl Participates in Industry Roundtable regarding Orbital Space Activity

Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl participated in a roundtable discussion on November 3rd regarding the regulation of orbital space activity.  The roundtable took place at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. as part of the University of Nebraska’s … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Invited to Contribute Book Review to Melbourne Journal of International Law

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio was invited to write a book review for the Melbourne Journal of International Law, a peer-reviewed journal published at Melbourne Law School (Australia).  Professor Sterio will review “Self-Determination and Secession in International Law,” edited by … Continue reading

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