Monthly Archives: April 2018

Professor Majette Co-Chairs Midwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference; Is Elected to Conference Board of Trustees

Professor Gwendolyn R. Majette was a co-Chair of the Midwest People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference entitled Honoring Dr. King and His Legacy:  Redoubling the Struggle for Equality and Inclusion in the Wake of the Social Legitimization of Racism that was … Continue reading

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Professor Weinsten Presents at Pacific McGeorge School of Law; Is Listed in Top Ten % SSRN Authors

 Professor Alan Weinstein presented at the 2nd Annual Conference on Legal Master’s Programs for Non-JDs at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law.  The title of his presentation was, “Integrating the MLS Program and Students within the Law School and University.” Professor Weinstein … Continue reading

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Professor Sundahl’s and Global Space Law Center’s Activities

The Global Space Law Center appointed its first student members of the Research Council.  This year the Research Council is will submit comments to (1) the ICAO/UNOOSA Space Learning Group which is tasked with determining the respective jurisdictions of air … Continue reading

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Professor Brian Ray Appears on WKYC Channel 3 News

Professor Brian Ray appeared on WKYC Channel 3 News commenting on a request by privacy rights organizations that the Federal Trade Commission investigate YouTube for knowingly collecting data from children in violation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.  He also … Continue reading

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Professor Brian Ray Organizes Third Annual Cybersecurity Conference

Professor Brian Ray organized the third annual Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Conference and the Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s CyberOhio Business Summit.  Dubbed, “Two Days of Cyber” the events featured over 75 experts in cybersecurity law, policy and operations, including … Continue reading

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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Enters into 3 + 3 Agreement with Trine University

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has entered into a 3+3 agreement with Trine University in Angola, Indiana. Trine University becomes C|M’s sixth external 3+3 partner, joining Lake Erie College, the University of Findlay, Ursuline College, Notre Dame College, and Mercyhurst University … Continue reading

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Sagers Briefs Capitol Hill Staffers on Qualcomm and Standard-Essential Patents

On Friday, Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, provided a closed-door briefing for House Judiciary staffers and others on Capitol Hill, on the problem of “standard-essential patents.” A bit technical perhaps, but the problem is no academic one: in … Continue reading

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