Monthly Archives: November 2014

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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Professor Keating Presents at Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning

Dennis Keating, Professor at the Levin College of Urban Affairs and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, presented at the 54th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in Philadelphia. Professor Keating was a speaker on two different panels: “The … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Participates in a Discussion on ISIS at Case Law School

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio participated in a panel discussion on the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) at Case Law School, on November 4.  The event was organized and sponsored by the International Law Students’ Association at Case, and … Continue reading

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Professor Lewis Presents at North East Ohio Faculty Colloquium

Professor Lewis presented on October 31 at the North East Ohio Faculty Colloquium, a joint one-day symposium organized by C-M Law, as well as by Case Western Reserve University Law School and Akron Law School.  Professor Lewis’ topic was “Due … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Interviewed for WCPN News Story on Local Anti-Fracking Efforts

Professor Heidi Govovitz Robertson was interviewed extensively by an ideastream  reporter regarding the anti-fracking activists’ attempts, in Gates Mills and elsewhere, to use a rights-based approach to banning the technology.  A portion of Professor Robertson’s interview was used in a … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Quoted by Orin Kerr at Volokh Conspiracy

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich’s article,  “The Rapid Rise of Delayed Notice Searches, and the Fourth Amendment ‘Rule Requiring Notice,’” published in the Pepperdine Law Review article on “sneak and peek” searches was highlighted and extensively quoted on October 31 by Orin Kerr at … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers Publishes Op-Ed in Plain Dealer

Professor Chris Sagers published an op-ed in the October 30 edition of the Plain Dealer entitled “Why fans can’t win when it comes to buying concert, game tickets.”  In this op-ed, Professor Sagers criticizes ticketing policies for major sports/concert events … Continue reading

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