Monthly Archives: April 2016

Professor Lewis Presents at ABA Section on International Law Spring Meeting in New York

Leon and Gloria Plevin Professor of Law Browne Lewis presented a paper at the ABA Section on International Law Spring Meeting in New York. Professor Lewis discussed the ways in which advances in assisted reproductive technology have caused babies to … Continue reading

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Professor Falk’s Article Published in Women’s Rights Law Reporter (Rutgers School of Law Newark)

Professor Patricia Falk’s article, Husbands Who Drug and Rape Their Wives:  The Injustice of the Marital Exemption in Ohio’s Sexual Offenses, has been published in 36 Women’s Rights Law Reporter (Rutgers School of Law Newark) at 265-309 (Spring/Summer 2015).

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Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson Serves as Advising Scholar and is Quoted inThe Life of the Law Podcast

Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, C|M|Law’s Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, served as Advising Scholar, and was also quoted in the story Rig the System, Pt. 2 – Fair Fight for a Fair Court, by Jonathan Hirsch, on The Life of the Law … Continue reading

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Professor Plecnik Quoted in Tax Notes

Professor John Plecnik was quoted in Tax Notes on April 15, on the debate on whether tax return preparers are preying on low-income taxpayers by taking too much of their earned income tax credits in fees. Professor Plecnik’s quote is … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Rights of Juvenile Suspects Under International Law

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post entitled “The Rights of Juvenile Suspects under International Law” on Rights! blog.  In this post, Professor Sterio discusses rights that juvenile suspects have, upon becoming a subject of any criminal proceeding, under … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at John Jay College of Criminal Justice on Self-Determination for Puerto Rico

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City on April 14, at a conference entitled “Puerto Rico, the Debt Crisis, and Self-Determination: Exploring Paths to Decolonization.”  Professor Sterio presented … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson’s Article to be Published by William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law, has accepted an offer of publication for her article, When States’ Legislation and Constitutions Collide with Angry Locals: Shale Oil and Gas Development and its Many Masters.  This article will … Continue reading

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Professor Plecnik Quoted Twice in Tax Notes in March 2016

Professor John Plecnik was quoted in Tax Notes twice during March 2016, once in an article which was published on March 11 and the second time in an article published on March 17.  Professor Plecnik’s quotes are available below: WAYS … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Named Director on the Board of Directors of Public International Law and Policy Group

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio has been named Director on the Board of Directors of the Public International Law and Policy Group, a Washington, D.C.-based non-governmental organization whose mission is to provide free legal assistance to states and governments … Continue reading

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Professor Geier Quoted Extensively in March 2016 Issue of The Bottom Line

Professor Geier was quoted extensively in a March 2016 article published in The Bottom Line, a Canadian accounting journal (Jeff Buckstein, U.S. Top Court Rejects “Jock Tax” Appeal). The article explored the U.S. Supreme Court’s denial of Cleveland’s certiorari petition … Continue reading

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