Monthly Archives: November 2015

Professor Broering-Jacobs Presents at GrantsPlus

Legal Writing Professor and Director of the Legal Writing Program, Carolyn Broering-Jacobs, presented to a group of grant writers at GrantsPlus, a grant writing firm founded by Cleveland-Marshall alumna Lauren Steiner. The presentation, entitled The Power of Peer Assessement, was a part of … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Publishes a Guest Post on the American Constitutional Society Blog

Clinical Professor of Law Doron M. Kalir published a blogpost on the American Constitutional Society (ACS) Blog. The post analyzes DIRECTV v. Imburgia, a case heard earlier this Term by the Supreme Court, which has yet to be decided. The post – entitled Another Brick … Continue reading

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Dean Sundahl Advises FAA on Building a Lunar Village and Foreign Launch Capabilities

Last month C|M|LAW’s Associate Dean Mark Sundahl chaired the meeting of the International Space Policy Working Group at the biannual meeting of the FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee in Washington, D.C.  The working group addressed a number of current … Continue reading

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Professor Buckner Inniss Blogs on Yale Halloween Controversy

Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss published a blog post entitled “Kids Just Want to Have Fun (In a World Turned Upside Down)” on her blog, Ain’t I A Feminist Legal Scholar Too?  In this blog post, Professor Inniss comments on the … Continue reading

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Professor Broering-Jacobs Co-Authors “Ohio Legal Research” (2d ed.) and Publishes CALI Lesson on Ohio Citation

Professor Broering-Jacobs co-authored the second edition of a book that just became available in print. The book is Ohio Legal Research:  Ohio Legal Research provides a concise introduction to Ohio- specific primary authorities and research tools for readers new to … Continue reading

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Professor Broering-Jacobs Speaks at Women’s Initiative Event at McGlinchey Stafford Law Firm

Professor Carolyn Broering-Jacobs  was the invited speaker at the law firm of McGlinchey Stafford’s inaugural Women’s Initiative Network Pearls of Wisdom event on November 12, 2015. The title of her presentation was Tapping to Grit, Tenacity, and Perseverance for Career Success, … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes New Article on “Teeter Decision” on Crain’s Cleveland Business

Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, the Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, has published a new article on Crain’s Cleveland Business, entitled “Ohio law has some gaps to fill when it comes to how landowners are forced into shale drilling arrangements.” … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Participates at International Law Weekend and at Book Launch for New Piracy Book in New York City

Associate Dean and Professor Milena Sterio participated in a panel discussion entitled “International Law Responses to States of Emergency” at International Law Weekend, an annual conference jointly organized by the American Branch of the International Law Association and the International … Continue reading

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Professor Weinstein Organizes Roundtable Discussion at Association of Collegiate Schools Planning Conference in Houston

Professor Alan Weinstein was one of three planning law faculty who organized and presented a Roundtable Discussion on “Teaching Aesthetics in the Planning Law Course” on October 22 at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) Conference in Houston, … Continue reading

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Professor Mead Publishes Article and Blog Post on First Amendment Protections of Charitable Speech

Professor Joseph Mead’s article, “The First Amendment Protection of Charitable Speech,” has been published by the Ohio State Law Journal Furthermore.  The article is available here. In addition, Professor Mead has also published a blog post about this article at the ACLU of … Continue reading

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