Monthly Archives: April 2015

Professor Geier’s Texbook Selected by Unglue.It for Weekly Promotion

Professor Debby Geier’s textbook, “U.S. Federal Income Tax of Individuals 2015,” which is a Creative Commons licensed ebook, was selected by Unglue.it for promotion on April 15.  Unglue.it is a website dedicated to the development of sustainable funding and distribution … Continue reading

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Professor Mead settles First Amendment litigation over Teacher’s Facebook post

Assistant Professor Joseph Mead settled a lawsuit brought on behalf of school teacher Keith Allison, whose annual teaching contract renewal was cancelled based on his outside-of-work commentary on dairy agriculture.  The settlement resolves a federal lawsuit filed by Professor Mead … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Elected Chair of ASIL-Midwest Interest Group at ASIL Annual Meeting

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio attended the American Society of International Law Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., from April 8-11.  Professor Sterio was elected, at the Meeting, Chair of the ASIL-Midwest Interest Group.  In this capacity, Professor Sterio will … Continue reading

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Professor Mika’s Article Published in Oregon Law Review Online

Professor Karin Mika’s article, “Angst, Technology, and Innovation in the Classroom: Improving Focus for Students Growing Up in a Digital Age,” was published in the Oregon Law Review Online (92 Or. L. Rev. Online 19). The article discusses how all … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes a Second Blog Post on the Wallstrom Affair

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio was invited to contribute a second blog post on the so-called Wallstrom Affair to the Oxford Human Rights Hub, an academic blog  based at the University of Oxford Faculty of Law.  The post, entitled … Continue reading

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