Monthly Archives: October 2020

Cleveland-Marshall Announces 3+3 Program with Rust College

We are pleased to announce that Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has entered into a 3+3 partnership with Rust College, an HBCU in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Founded in 1866, it is the second-oldest private college in the state and is one of ten historically … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Guest Lectures at Northwestern Law School

Professor Milena Sterio delivered a guest lecture to students at the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, in a class called “Lawyers Creating Change.”  Professor Sterio spoke about the recent lawsuit, in which is a co-plaintiff, against the Trump Administration … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Participates in International Law Weekend 2020

Professor Milena Sterio participated in International Law Weekend 2020, one of the most prestigious national-level conference in International Law, organized by the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA).  Professor Sterio moderated two sessions: on October 22, she moderated … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson and 2L Isaac Bleich Publish on the Lake Erie Bill of Rights

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson and Cleveland-Marshall 2L Isaac M. Bleich have published Toledo’s Doomed Lake Erie Bill of Rights and the Future of Environmental Protection, as a Featured Article in the October issue of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Journal.  You may … Continue reading

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Sagers on Google: Writes in Slate, Appears in Wall Street Journal and Various Broadcast and Print Media on the Government Antitrust Case

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, commented in a variety of broadcast and print media about the long-awaited Justice Department antitrust case against Google, filed in federal court last Tuesday. Sagers wrote a piece in Slate, arguing that … Continue reading

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Professor Glassman Publishes Five Posts on the 2020 General Election

Professor Brian Glassman has published a series of five posts for Georgia Conservation Voters, discussing important issues related to the 2020 General Election. The five posts are titled: (1) “Representation: Advocating for Environmental Protection Through the Electoral Process,” (2) “From Policy … Continue reading

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Professor O’Neill Speaks on Regulation of Public Protests

On October 16, Professor Kevin O’Neill spoke to the annual meeting of the County Counselors Association of Kansas, an organization comprised of county and municipal law directors from across the State of Kansas. Professor O’Neill spoke on the the regulation … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Participates in Panel on Post-Conflict State Building

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in an event titled “Post-Conflict State Building” on October 9.  This event was hosted by Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges (The Netherlands), and it also served as a book launch for a … Continue reading

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Sagers Appears on NPR’s Marketplace Morning Report

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with NPR’s morning business affairs program, Marketplace Morning Report, to discuss Tuesday’s long-awaited U.S. House Judiciary report on monopoly in the high technology sector. You can hear the story here.

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Professor Kalir Discusses Affirmative Action and the Supreme Court

The likely nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court may cast a shadow on the future of Affirmative Action. That, in short, is the claim made by a recent Law360 article published on October 6, 2020.  The … Continue reading

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