Monthly Archives: May 2021

Professor Sagers Speaks With Fortune Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Other Media on Antitrust

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, recently spoke with several news organizations about antitrust matters. He spoke with the Wall Street Journal on the background of Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, who oversees a closely watched antitrust case against Apple brought by Epic Games, … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Article on International Criminal Law

Professor Milena Sterio’s article, “Darryl Robinson’s Model for International Criminal Law: Deontic Principles Developed Through a Coherentist Approach,” was published by the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal (Volume 35, No. 1, Spring 2021).   Professor Sterio’s article is part … Continue reading

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Professor Forte Publishes “Originalism and its Discontents”

David Forte’s article, Originalism and its Discontents, has just appeared in the on-line journal, Law & Liberty. It can be accessed here: https://lawliberty.org/originalism-and-its-discontents/

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Howard Katz Presents on Law School Assessment

Legal Educator in Residence Howard E. Katz organized and presented a webinar sponsored by the New Law Professors section of the AALS on “How to Better Construct and Grade Exams to Enhance Assessment and Learning.” The co-presenter was Professor Sharmila … Continue reading

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Dean Fisher Writes in, and is Profiled by, Cleveland Magazine

Dean Lee Fisher, along with his wife Peggy Zone Fisher, were featured in a Cleveland Magazine article about their recent receipt of the 2021 Richard W. Pogue Award for Excellence in Community and Engagement. Dean Fisher also write an article … Continue reading

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Sedona Conference Moves Forward on Recommendations by Professor Brian Ray

Professor Brian Ray continues to play an important leadership role in the Sedona Conference, a leading international non-profit organization focused on law and technology policy. Most recently, Professor Ray chaired the Biometric Data Privacy Brainstorming Group. The Sedona Conference WG11 … Continue reading

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Biden Administration Settles Suit Brought by Professor Sterio and Other Law Professors

Professor Milena Sterio, along with three other law professors, have settled their lawsuit against the U.S. Government over Executive Order 13928, an order issued by President Trump that authorized economic sanctions and civil and criminal penalties against those who support the … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Featured on Digital Contact Tracing and Data Privacy

Professor Brian Ray’s eCornell blog post on digital contact tracing was featured in the most recent issue of the CSU Research Newsletter. Professor Ray also was quoted several times in a Law Week Colorado story about new data privacy legislation … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Speaks About Yemen, Artsakh Crisis

Professor Milena Sterio moderated a panel on April 23 on “The Biden Administration and the War in Yemen: Pathways to Peace?”  The panel was hosted by the Public International Law and Policy Group and featured Prof. Sterio as moderator, and … Continue reading

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