Monthly Archives: September 2019

Professor Oh Presents and Publishes in Various Venues

Professor Reginald Oh: Spoke at the California Western School of Law’s Law Review symposium on immigrant rights last spring. He presented a paper entitled, Dehumanization, Immigrants, and Equal Protection. The article is forthcoming in the California Western Law Review. Is working … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers Appears in Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Public Radio on Antitrust Affairs

Chris Sagers, the James A.Thomas Professor of Law, appeared in prominent news media on breaking antitrust news. He spoke with the Wall Street Journal in an article attempting to explain the many possible lawsuits that state and federal regulators may be … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers to Present at the City Club of Cleveland

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, will give a presentation at the on his new book, “United States v. Apple: Competition in America,” as part of the popular and widely attended Weekly Forum series of the City Club of Cleveland. … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents to Oberlin Students on Somali Piracy

Professor Milena Sterio met with a group of first-year Oberlin College students, on August 28, at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.  The students were visiting Cleveland as part of their first-year orientation, and Professor Sterio held a mock class for … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at Humanitarian Law Dialogues in Chautauqua, New York

Professor Milena Sterio participated in the 13th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, held in Chautauqua, New York, from August 25-27.  Professor Sterio co-moderated a break-out session entitled “The Rising Tide? Grass-roots Efforts” along with Professor Paul Williams, American University Washington College … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Publishes “The Faith and Morals of Justice Antonin Scalia”

Professor David Forte’s article, “The Faith and Morals of Justice Scalia,” has been published in the Intercultural Human Rights Law Review.  In the article, Professor Forte explains Scalia’s fundamental view that “statutory and constitutional law” was fundamentally “positivistic,” with “validity derived … Continue reading

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