Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sundahl Leads Discussion on Asteroid Mining in Guadalajara

On September 27th, Prof. Mark Sundahl served as co-chair of a panel examining the legal issues surrounding the nascent asteroid mining industry.  The panel was part of the International Astronautical Congress, the primary annual space industry conference which was held … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Quoted in Washington Post and in Cleveland News Channel 5 Regarding Shawn Grate Case

Professor Witmer-Rich was recently quoted in the Washington Post and in Cleveland News Channel 5 regarding the case of Shawn Grate.  Grate is currently charged in Ashland, Ohio with killing two woman, and he has told reporters he killed five … Continue reading

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Sundahl Joins Editorial Board of Journal of Air & Space Law

Prof. Mark Sundahl was recently appointed to the Editorial Board for the Journal of Air & Space Law, a peer-reviewed international journal published by Wolters Kluwer.  The Journal strives to publish articles on cutting-edge issue in aviation law and space … Continue reading

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Professor Broering-Jacobs Presents at Workshop on Grant Writing

Professor Carolyn Broering-Jacobs presented a workshop to a group of grant writing professionals at Grants Plus. The title of the presentation was The Music Within, the Curse of Knowledge, and the Core Compelling Idea. The workshop focused on effective communication … Continue reading

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Professor Weinstein Speaks on National Webinar re: Reed v. Town of Gilbert Case

Professor Alan Weinstein was a speaker on a national webinar presented by the American Planning Association on Friday, October 14. Titled “Reed vs. Town of Gilbert – One Year Later,”  the webinar analyzed how lower courts are applying the Court’s “absolute” approach to the issue … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Presents at SALT Conference

Professor Karin Mika presented at the SALT conference (Sept 30th -Oct.2) as a member of a panel called, “Social Justice in the Legal Writing Classroom.” The panel discussed ways in which we incorporated issues of social justice, tolerance, and inclusion … Continue reading

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Sagers Wins Golden Apple Award from University Alumni Association

Professor Chris Sagers was among the recipients of the 2016 Golden Apple Award, an award issued to several CSU faculty and staff each year by the Young Alumni Council of the CSU Alumni Association. Recipients are nominated by one or … Continue reading

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Professor Green Presents at Labor and Employment Law Colloquium in Seattle, WA

Professor Matthew W. Green Jr. presented at the Eleventh Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor and Employment Law in Seattle, Washington on September 24, 2016.  Professor Greens’ presentation explored the ways in which the U.S. Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision may … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio to Co-Edit, with Professor Scharf, Book on Legacy of International Tribunals, for Cambridge University Press

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio will co-edit, with Dean and Professor Michael Scharf of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, a book entitled “The Legacy of Ad Hoc Tribunals in International Criminal Law: Assessing the ICTY and the ICTR.”  … Continue reading

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Professor Inniss Publishes Essay on The Princeton Fugitive Slave in Princeton Alumni Weekly

Professor Lolita Buckner Inniss’essay discussing the highlights of her almost completed book, The Princeton Fugitive Slave: James Collins Johnson, has been published in the print version of the October 5, 2016 Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW). The article is also available … Continue reading

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