Monthly Archives: July 2020

Professor Robertson Serves as Fulbright Peer Reviewer

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson served as a Peer Reviewer for the Fulbright Specialist Program’s 2020 Cycle 4 application process.  Robertson has served as a peer reviewer for the Fulbright Specialist Program since 2017 and has received two Fulbright Specialist grants herself.   Robertson … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Hosts Book Launch

Professor Milena Sterio served as host and moderator of a book launch on July 23.  The featured book was Professor Jennifer Trahan’s (NYU) “Existing Legal Limits to the Security Council Veto Power in the Face of Atrocity Crimes” (Cambridge University … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at Feminist Legal Scholarship Series

Professor Milena Sterio presented her paper, “Women at the International Criminal Court,” at a session on July 22 of the Feminist Legal Scholarship series.  The Feminist Legal Scholarship series is a bi-monthly workshop/presentation series; papers were selected from a competitive … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Discusses Supreme Court Term on WURD Radio Philadelphia

On July 16, 2020, Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was interviewed by Charles Ellison on WURD Radio Philadelphia on the recent Supreme Court Term. The conversation spanned various issues from Justice Ginsburg’s current health condition to Chief Justice Roberts’ … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes Article on Natural Gas Pipeline Routing

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson has published Cities Seethe: A Case Study of Local Efforts to Influence Natural Gas Pipeline Routing Decisions, in the West Virginia Law Review.  The article considers the efforts of local jurisdictions to influence the routing of a … Continue reading

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Appellate Practice Clinic Secures Another Win in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

The Appellate Practice Clinic has secured a victory for its client, Richard Lemoine, in the appeal of a habeas petition before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Lemoine was convicted for both receipt and possession of … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Speaks on Privacy and Digital Contact Tracing

Professor Brian Ray participated in two recent webinars discussing the privacy issues raised by digital contact tracing applications. The first, in May, was hosted by The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Program on Data Governance. The second, on … Continue reading

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Witmer-Rich Publishes Essay on Consent

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich published an essay titled “Consentability, Autonomy, and Self-Actualization,” in the Loyola Law Review.  This issue is devoted to a collection of invited essays responding to Professor Nancy S. Kim’s book, “Consentability: Consent and Its Limits,” recently published … Continue reading

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Professor Green Publishes Op-Ed on Bostock Decision

Professor Matthew W. Green Jr. published an op-ed today in Attorney-At-Law Magazine on the Supreme Court’s recent Bostock v. Clayton County decision.  Bostock held that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964’s proscription against sex discrimination encompasses claims of sexual orientation and … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at International Criminal Court Scholars’ Forum

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in the International Criminal Court  Scholars’ Forum on June 29th.  The ICC Scholars Forum was co-organized by Washington University School of Law, Leiden Law School, the NYU Center for Global Affairs, and the … Continue reading

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