Monthly Archives: February 2021

Professor Borden Appointed to Northern District of Ohio Advisory Group

Professor Michael Borden was recently appointed by Chief Judge Patricia Gaughan to serve on the Northern District of Ohio’s Advisory Group, a committee of attorneys who advise the court on various matters, including changes to the court’s Local Rules.  Professor … Continue reading

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Professor Laser Helps Found New IP Inn of Court

Professor Christa Laser is one of the founding “Masters of the Bench” for the newly-created Kathleen M. O’Malley Inn of Court, a new Inn based in Cleveland focused on Intellectual Property issues and practice.  The Inn is named after the … Continue reading

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Professor Laser Presents at IP Conference, Seminar

Professor Christa Laser is presenting her work-in-progress article, “Rethinking Federal Circuit Exclusive Jurisdiction in Patent Law,” at two upcoming events. On February 19, she will present the paper at the 2021 Works-In-Progress Intellectual Property Conference. On February 24, she will … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Publishes Op-Ed on the Impeachment “Trial”

Professor Doron Kalir has published an op-ed on Cleveland.com titled, “Stop calling it a ‘trial.’ Senate impeachment proceedings had no resemblance to one.” Professor Kalir points out many striking differences between the Senate impeachment proceedings and an ordinary legal trial. … Continue reading

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Professor Oh Publishes Two Op-Eds

Professor Reginald Oh has published two op-eds on Demcast. The first is titled “The Constitutionality of Convicting a Former President for High Crimes,” and argues that the Senate has the authority to convict a former president. He concludes, “Ultimately, whether … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Discusses Section 3 of the 14th Amendment with Business Insider

On Feb. 15, 2021, Business Insider published a piece discussing the possible application of Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment on former President Trump. In the interview, Professor Kalir discussed the historical, political, and legal background of Section 3. Section 3 provides … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Human Rights Documentation

Professor Milena Sterio published a blog post on Opinio Juris, on the topic of “Civil Society Documentation Efforts: Working Together to Identify and Find Solutions” (co-authored with Dr. Brianne McGonigle Leyh, Utrecht University, and Dr. Gregory Noone, Fairmont State University). … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Discusses ICC Prosecutor Election

Professor Milena Sterio was quoted in an article about the election of the new International Criminal Court prosecutor.  The article, “Last Men Standing for the ICC Prosecutor Election,” is available here: Last men standing for the ICC prosecutor election – JusticeInfo.net

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Professor Sterio Speaks about the International Criminal Court and about the Rohingya Genocide

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in an event titled “Sanctions Against the International Criminal Court: Constitutional and International Law Issues” on Jan. 27.  The event was co-sponsored by the American Branch of the International Law Association – ICC … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviewed on Impeachment Trial

Professor Doron Kalir was interviewed on the upcoming (second) impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. On Friday, Feb. 5, he was hosted by Peter Groff (a former Obama Administration Official) and Charles Ellison of WURD Radio Philadelphia for a … Continue reading

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