Monthly Archives: February 2019

Sagers Speaks at NYU on Platform Antitrust

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, will present as part of a conference this weekend at the NYU School of Law’s Classical Liberal Institute, entitled “Understanding the Visible: The Undisputed Facts and Disputed Law of Platform … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blogpost on President Trump’s National Emergency Declaration

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blogpost on Intlawgrrls, entitled “The Legality of President Trump’s National Emergency Declaration.” In this post, Professor Sterio discusses the legality of President Trump’s recent national emergency declaration under the Constitution as well … Continue reading

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Professor Geier Participates in WCPN/90.3’s “Sound of Ideas”

Professor Deborah A. Geier was a guest on WCPN’s “Sound of Ideas” program on Thursday, February 14, where she discussed why some taxpayers may be unhappily surprised this year when they file their Federal income tax return for 2018 and … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes Letter to the Editor in the Plain Dealer

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson published a Letter to the Editor in the Plain Dealer on February 5, on Toledo’s Lake Erie Bill of Rights.  The Letter is available here.

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Professor Sterio Presents at CSU Alumni Reunion and at CMBA “Hot Talks”

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented on February 2 at the CSU Alumni Reunion in Naples, Florida, on the topic of “Khashoggi Murder, International law and State Sovereignty.” In addition, Professor Sterio presented at the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association … Continue reading

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Professor Mead and Student, Marissa Pappas, Participate in Chicago Law Review Issue on Criminal Activity Nuisance Laws

Professor Joe Mead was invited to participate in a University of Chicago Law Review issue on criminal activity nuisance laws. Along with his student, Marissa Pappas, Professor Mead discussed their research that they published in the Cleveland State Law Review’s … Continue reading

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