Monthly Archives: April 2021

Professor Mead Writes, Comments on Supreme Court Case

Professor Joe Mead published an essay at HistPhil about donor disclosure requirements for fundraising charities in the pending Supreme Court case, Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. California. Professor Mead argues that the case fits within a long history of government … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Reviews “Free to Believe: The Battle over Religious Liberty”

In an article titled, “We are Free for a Reason,” Professor David Forte reviews Luke Goodrich’s book, Free to Believe: The Battle over Religious Liberty in America. Professor Forte’s review appears in The Federalist Society Review, and is available here: https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/we-are-free-for-a-reason

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Professor Sterio Submits Comments to ICC Prosecutor’s Office on Crimes of Cultural Heritage

Professor Milena Sterio, working with the Public International Law & Policy Group, submitted comments to the International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) regarding the OTP’s draft policy on the prosecution of crimes of cultural heritage.  The comments are … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio’s Amicus Brief Cited by the International Criminal Court

Professor Milena Sterio was a lead author of the Public International Law & Policy Group’s Amicus Brief which was cited in the International Criminal Court Ntaganda Appeals Judgement delivered on March 30, 2021. In particular, footnotes 2587, 2602, 2603, and 2604 on pages 422, … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Participates in Amicus Brief to the US Supreme Court

David Forte participated in the submission of an amicus brief in support of a petition for certiorari to the United States Supreme Court in the case of North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention v. Will Raney.  The … Continue reading

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Professor Oh Argues Floyd’s Murder Was a Crime Against Humanity

In the wake of the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, Professor Reginald Oh has published an article in Washington Monthly titled, “Chauvin’s Murder of Floyd Was a Crime Against Humanity.” This piece is a follow-up … Continue reading

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Professor Oh Publishes Article on Segregation and the Killing of George Floyd

Professor Reginald Oh has published an article in Washington Monthly titled “Geography Helped Kill George Floyd.” In the article, Professor Oh discusses the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin, and argues that “the trial should be seen, not just as the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Child Soldiers

Professor Milena Sterio published a blog post about the recent conviction of Dominic Ongwen, former leader in the Lord’s Resistance Army (Uganda), by the International Criminal Court. The post, part of an online symposium hosted by the blog “Armed Groups … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents, Advises on International Law Topics

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the International Studies Association Annual Meeting on April 7th.  Her paper was titled “Women at the International Criminal Court” and it focused on the under-representation of women as judges, prosecutors, and defense attorneys at the … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Co-Authors Blog Post on Digital Contact Tracing

Cornell Tech’s Critical Reflection’s blog published a post, “Privacy and Digital Contact Tracing,” co-written by Professor Brian Ray and Professor Jane Bambauer (University of Arizona). The post expands the argument that privacy critiques of digital contact tracing apps ignored long-standing … Continue reading

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