Monthly Archives: November 2019

Professor Sterio Interviewed on Vital Interests Blog

Professor Milena Sterio was interviewed for the Vital Interests blog on the topic of Global Justice.  In the interview, Professor Sterio discussed the ups and downs of American engagement with the International Criminal Court, the strength and weaknesses of the … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers Joins Yale Law School Antitrust Center as Fellow

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, joined a new think tank based in the Yale Law School called the Thurman Arnold Project, which will generate scholarship and advocacy for vigorous competition policy. Founded by Yale economist and Justice … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at American Society of International Law

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the American Society of International Law Midyear Meeting, held at Brooklyn Law School, on November 8th.  Professor Sterio presented her paper, “Women at International Criminal Tribunals.” Professor Sterio’s paper was selected from a competitive call … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Discusses Facial Recognition on News Channel 5

Professor Brian Ray appeared on News Channel 5 discussing the rising use of facial recognition in Ohio law enforcement.  Professor Ray is a member of the Ohio facial recognition Task Force, created by Ohio Attorney General David Yost to propose … Continue reading

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Robertson speaks at the 19th Annual Great Lakes Water Conference

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson spoke on Friday, November 8 at the 19th Annual Great Lakes Water Conference.  The conference is presented annually by the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes at the University of Toledo College of Law. Robertson’s presentation, WOTUS … Continue reading

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Professor Chang Speaks on “Music as Diplomacy”

Professor Angelin Chang participated as a panelist in an event entitled “Music as Diplomacy,” which was part of the “Happy Dog Takes on the World” speaker series.  This series is co-sponsored by the City Club of Cleveland and the Cleveland … Continue reading

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Sagers Testifies Before Ohio Senate Judiciary Committee

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, was called to testify before the Ohio Senate Judiciary Committee on the antitrust implications of the rise of the Big Tech platforms, and what steps Ohio might take to address them. … Continue reading

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