Monthly Archives: March 2015

Professor Forte Lectures on Separation of Powers

David Forte’s lecture, “What Has Happened to the Separation of Powers?” delivered on the occasion of the publication of the second edition of The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, has been published on-line and in hard copy.  The Heritage Guide … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Presents on a Panel on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

On March 11, Akron Law School hosted a panel discussion entitled “Effects on International Law: Middle East and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” The panel featured Dean Matthew Williams of Akron Law School, Mr. Raeed Tayeh, an International-law attorney and Palestinian activist, and … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers Writes in Washington & Lee Law Review’s Online Edition on O’Bannon Case

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, was invited to co-author a reply article about the landmark district court decision in O’Bannon v. NCAA. The article appears in the Washington & Lee Law Review’s Online edition, and … Continue reading

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Professor Lewis Receives Fulbright Grant for United Kingdom

Congratulations to Professor Browne Lewis, who is the recipient of a Fulbright Grant (core) for the spring of 2016, for the United Kingdom.  Professor Lewis will spend the spring semester 2016 at King’s College in London, where she will conduct … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich’s Article Published by Case Western Reserve Law Review

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich’s article, “The Fatal Flaws in the ‘Sneak and Peek’ Statute and How to Fix It,” 65 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 121 (2014), has just been published in the Case Western Reserve Law Review.  The article identifies … Continue reading

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Sundahl Quoted in Article on Recent FAA Action on Proposed Lunar Habitat

Associate Dean Mark Sundahl was quoted in a February 24 article on Space.com regarding the recent action by the FAA in response to a request by Bigelow Aerospace to establish a habitat on the Moon.  Bigelow requested that the FAA … Continue reading

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Sundahl Moderates Panel at FIU Aviation & Space Law Symposium

On February 20th, Associate Dean Mark Sundahl moderated a panel on space law at Florida International University’s Aviation & Space Law Symposium in Miami.  The panel participants, which included NASA’s chief lawyer for the International Space Station, discussed a number of issues related to developments in the … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Presents at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University in Lucknow, India

Heidi Gorovitz Robertson,C|M|LAW’s Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, presented Shale Oil and Gas Regulation in the U.S. – Variations in Governance and Local Control, at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, in Lucknow, India, on February 14, 2015​ .  The lecture was … Continue reading

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Professor Mead files federal lawsuit on behalf of vegan schoolteacher fired for his views on dairy

Professor Joseph Mead filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of a pro bono client, Keith Allison, who was removed from his school teacher position for commentary on dairy agriculture.  … Continue reading

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Professor Mead Presents at Capital Law School

On March 5, Professor Joseph Mead presented at Capital Law School as part of the faculty exchange program between Cleveland-Marshall and Capital Law School.  Professor Mead’s talk was entitled “Law and the Volunteer,” and it surveyed the ambiguous state of … Continue reading

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