Monthly Archives: November 2020

Dean Fisher and Peggy Zone Fisher Awarded Richard W. Pogue Award for Excellence in Community Leadership and Engagement

Dean Lee Fisher and his wife Peggy Zone Fisher have been awarded the 2021 Richard W. Pogue Award for Excellence in Community Leadership and Engagement by the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation. Peggy Zone Fisher is the President and CEO of … Continue reading

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Professor Green Participates in Social Justice Panel Discussion

Professor Matthew W. Green Jr. was invited to participate on a panel in which law professors from the Cleveland area discussed issues of social justice and ways in which lawyers can join the fight for social justice in their communities through … Continue reading

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Professor Green Participates in CSU Election Webinar

On November 19, 2020, Professor Matthew W. Green Jr. participated in a webinar focusing on the 2020 election.  The event, titled The 2020 Election: Lessons and Reflections, featured a panel of CSU faculty from colleges across campus discussing various issues pertaining to … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Writes on “Attacks” Under International Law

Professor Milena Sterio co-authored a blog post (with Eian Katz and Jonathan Worboys, Public International Law and Policy Group (PILPG)), “Attacks” Against Hospitals and Cultural Property: Broad in Time, Broad in Substance, which was published by Articles of War, an academic … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on Syrian Conflict and International Law

Professor Milena Sterio presented her paper, “The Syrian Conflict’s Impact on International Law,” at the American Society of International Law-Midwest Interest Group annual workshop held virtually on Nov. 13th.  Professor Sterio’s paper was selected from a competitive call-for-papers.

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Professor Sterio Participates in Panel on the Nagorno-Karabkah Conflict

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in a panel on the Nagorno-Karabkah conflict (between Armenia and Azerbaijan) organized by the University of Southern California Institute of Armenian Studies Center on 11/6, entitled “Armenia and Azerbaijan at War: Roads to … Continue reading

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Sagers Speaks at Yale and Federalist Society Programs

This week Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, gave a presentation of his book, “United States v. Apple: Competition in America,” at a Yale Law School lecture series jointly sponsored by the Information Society Project and the Thurman Arnold Project. … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Speaks at ASIL Meeting and Seton Hall Law Review Symposium

In early November, Prof. Ray moderated a panel on arbitrating cybersecurity and data privacy issues at the American Society of International Law’s Midyear Meeting Practitioner’s Forum. In addition, the Seton Hall Law Review invited Prof. Ray to present his draft article Pandemic … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Speaks on Privacy at Future of Privacy Forum Event

The Future of Privacy Forum invited Professor Brian Ray to speak in October on a panel discussion on digital contact tracing at Privacy & Pandemics: Responsible Uses of Technology and Health Data During Times of Crisis — An International Tech and … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Presents at Great Lakes Water Conference

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson was one of six speakers at the 20th Annual Great Lakes Water Conference “Water in the Courts” on Friday, November 6, 2020.  The conference is sponsored by the Legal Institute of the Great Lakes at the University … Continue reading

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