Monthly Archives: October 2015

Professor Sagers Publishes West Hornbook on Antitrust

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, has joined as junior co-author a leading treatise in antitrust, just released by West Publishing, called The Law of Antitrust: An Integrated Handbook (3d ed. 2015) (available here http://www.westacademic.com/Professors/ProductDetails.aspx?NSIID=3339). First … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Article in Search and Seizure Law Report

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich recently published “‘Sneak and Peek’ Searches: Critique and Reform,” in Volume 42 of the Search and Seizure Law Report. Search and Seizure Law Report is a legal periodical targeted at judges and practitioners, and focuses on constitutional … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Presents at Conference at Case Western Reserve Law School

On Friday, October 24, 2015, Professor Jonathan-Witmer-Rich presented at a conference at the Case Western Reserve Law School, titled “Whren at Twenty: Systemic Racial Bias in the Criminal Justice System.” Professor Witmer-Rich presented a paper titled “Arbitrary Law Enforcement is … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Opinion Article Regarding the Tamir Rice Case

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich published an opinion article on cleveland.com, titled, “Tamir Rice case should go to a jury.” He warns again over-reliance on expert opinion in situations that essentially involve judgment, not expertise. In that regard, he argues that the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at ASIL Research Forum; Serves as Peer Reviewer for International Journal for Human Rights

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at the American Society of International Law Research Forum in Washington, D.C. on October 24.  Professor Sterio presented on a panel entitled “International Law as a Shield,” and her paper was entitled “Humanitarian … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Publishes Article on Law and Liberty Blog

Professor David Forte published an article discussing Islamism and free speech on the blog Law and Liberty.  Professor Forte’s article, entitled “Taking the Measure of the West,” is available here.

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Professor Lewis Presents at UNESCO 11th World Bioethics Conference in Naples, Italy

On October 22, 2015, Browne Lewis, Leon M. and Gloria Plevin Professor of Law, chaired a  panel and presented at the UNESCO 11th World Bioethics, Medical Ethics, and Health Law Conference in Naples, Italy. Professor Lewis’ presentation was entitled “Disposal People: … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Pubishes Essay on Federalist Society’s Blog

Professor David Forte’s essay, “A Speaker Must Be a Member of the House,” has been published on the Federalist Society’s blog.  The essay, available here, argues that the Speaker of the House must be a member of the body that … Continue reading

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Professor Geier Publishes Article in Tax Notes

Professor Deborah Geier published a short piece entitled “Business Interest Deduction and 100 Percent Expensing” at 148 Tax Notes 1555 (Sept. 28, 2015). Several recent tax reform proposals, including that of candidate Jeb Bush, recommend eliminating the interest deduction but … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Intlawgrrls on ACLU Litigation Against Psychologist-Architects of C.I.A. Interrogation Program

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post on Intlawgrrls discussing the recently-filed ACLU lawsuit against two psychologists who, as C.I.A. contractors, devised and implemented a harsh interrogation plan used against detainees at secret agency prisons. “According to … Continue reading

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