Monthly Archives: October 2018

Professor O’Neill Participates in Sound of Ideas Radio Show; Presents at CLE Seminar

On October 4, 2018, Professor Kevin O’Neill appeared on WCPN-FM’s “Sound of Ideas” show to discuss First Amendment history, focusing on an anti-war speech delivered in Canton, Ohio 100 years ago by Socialist leader Eugene V. Debs. President Woodrow Wilson’s Justice … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Serves as International Law Weekend Co-Chair; Presents on Panels on International Criminal Law

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented at International Law Weekend, a prominent international law conference in New York City jointly organized by the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA) and the International Law Students’ Association (ILSA).  International … Continue reading

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Sagers Talks Antitrust with Florida Dems and Law360

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke about antitrust history and the current state of antitrust debate in a long-form podcast produced by the Palm Beach County Young Democrats, based in Palm Beach, Florida.   He also … Continue reading

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Following an Important Civil Litigation Clinic Win at the Sixth Circuit, Professor Kalir Interviews with Law.360

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic secured an important victory with the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday, reversing a lower court decision and reviving a Cuban immigrant’s claim to vacate his sentence. In Rodriguez-Penton v. United States, the Sixth Circuit (in a … Continue reading

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Professor Karin Mika Presents at Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, etc.

Professor Karin Mika presented at the Western Regional Legal Writing Conference, held at UC Irvine Law School, on September 29-29.  The topic of her presentation was “Understanding One’s Privilige and its Role int eh Future of Legal Education.”  In her … Continue reading

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