Monthly Archives: April 2019

Professor Kalir Interviews on WURD Radio on Congressional Subpoenas

On Thursday, April 26, Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was interviewed by Charles Ellison on WURD Radio in Philadelphia. The 20-minute interview dealt with the looming congressional subpoenas issue following the White House response, and the likely court battle … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents Paper at ABA International Courts and Judicial Affairs Committee Teleconference

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented her paper, “The Role of Female Judges at International Criminal Courts,” at the bi-monthly conference call of the ABA ABA’s International Courts & Judicial Affairs Committee on April 26th. The Committee conducts bi-monthly … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Participates in Taping of “Talking Foreign Policy” Radio Show on WCPN/90.3

Professor Sterio participated in the taping of a new episode of the radio program “Talking Foreign Policy,” on the topic of the war and humanitarian crisis in Yemen.  The episode was hosted, as usual, by Dean Michael Scharf, CWRU School … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Organizes “A World in Disarray” International Law Conference

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio organized a conference at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law on April 25th, entitled “A World in Disarray: International Law, Sovereignty, and Interventions.”  The conference featured two panels, and a keynote session by Richard Haass, … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Speaks at Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Presents at University Circle

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, C|M|LAW’s Steven W. Percy Distinguished Professor of Law and a Professor of Environmental Studies at the Levin College, was the invited speaker at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s Inside Science program. On Tuesday, April 16, … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Discusses Book at Greater Cleveland International Lawyers’ Group Luncheon at the City Club of Cleveland

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio presented today at the Greater Cleveland International Lawyers’ Group monthly luncheon at the City Club of Cleveland, with Dean Michael Scharf, CWRU School of Law.  Professor Sterio and Dean Scharf discussed their latest book, … Continue reading

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Professor O’Neill Quoted in ABA Journal

Professor Kevin O’Neill was quoted in the ABA Journal on a burgeoning question of First Amendment law: To what extent does the Speech Clause restrict efforts by elected officials, including President Donald Trump, to block critics from their social media … Continue reading

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Professor Green Lectures at Cleveland Institute of Art

On Tuesday, April 2nd, Professor Matthew W. Green Jr. lectured at the Cleveland Institute of Art on “Problematic Topics Broached During an Interview that May Implicate/Violate Anti-Discrimination Laws and What to Do About It.” The presentation was part of a … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviews on WURD Radio, Comparing Israeli AG Findings with Muller Report

On Thursday, March 28, Charles Ellison’s WURD Radio in Philadelphia hosted Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir for a 30-minute interview. Some of the questions included the similarities and differences between the Muller Report and Israel’s AG findings regarding Prime … Continue reading

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Sagers in Washington Post, The Hill

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with both the Washington Post and the Washington political journal The Hill about recent antitrust matters surrounding the Apple computer corporation, in light of new product offerings in news and video and an … Continue reading

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