Monthly Archives: June 2021

Professor Oh Publishes Essay on Critical Race Theory

Professor Reginald Oh has published an article titled “An Academic Theory Has Become the 21st Century’s Willie Horton” in the Washington Monthly. In the article, Professor Oh argues that “the Right is exploiting Critical Race Theory (CRT) to trigger explicit … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Notes on the Qualified Immunity Paradox for the Federal Bar Association Newsletter

The recent Federal Bar Association Northern District of Ohio Newsletter featured a short Note from Clinical Professor of Law, Doron Kalir. The Note, titled “The Qualified Immunity Paradox and the Sixth Circuit Moderwell Opinion,” discusses the requirement of “clearly-established law” which a … Continue reading

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Professor Sagers on Growing Democracy Podcast

Chris Sagers, the James L. Thomas Professor of Law, was featured on a recent episode of Growing Democracy, a podcast produced by the Growing Democracy Project at Kent State University. Hosts Ashley Nickels and Casey Boyd-Swan, policy scholars at Kent, discussed with Sagers … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Cites Professor Sagers in Historic Antitrust Ruling

In a historic ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court this week ruled 9-0 that the NCAA’s amateurism regime violates antitrust law.  In the course of its opinion (see p. 25), the Court cited a friend-of-the-court brief co-authored by Professor Chris Sagers. Sagers, working with Professor Mike … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviewed on Harvard Affirmative Action Case

On Monday, June 14, the Supreme Court issued an Order in the Harvard Affirmative Action case seeking the opinion of the Solicitor General on the case. Law360 interviewed Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir on the significance of that move. … Continue reading

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C|M Law Creates 3+3 Program with Baldwin Wallace University

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is pleased to announce that it has entered into a 3+3 partnership with Baldwin Wallace University. This latest 3+3 agreement is particularly satisfying, as C|M Law can trace the origin of one of its predecessor law schools to Baldwin … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes Letter to the Editor on Home Rule

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Roberton has published a letter in the June 13, 2021, print edition of the Sunday Cleveland Plain Dealer. Her letter is titled “Erosion in Ohio home-rule rights hurts citizens, helps monied interests.” Professor Robertson’s letter highlights the benefits of home … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Publishes Article on Survivor Stories

Professor Karin Mika has published an article, “Stories Lived, Stories Told: The Significance of Survivor Stories in our Populist World,” in the International Journal of Arts, Humanity, and Social Sciences.  The link to the publication is here:  https://ijahss.net/archives/17, and a pdf … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Advises on Sudan Peace Negotiations

Professor Milena Sterio attended the first round of peace negotiations between the Government of Sudan and one of the Sudan rebel movements, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM)-North, in Juba, South Sudan.  Professor Sterio (pictured below right) provided legal expertise … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Co-Authors Op-Ed on Rohingya Genocide

Professor Milena Sterio co-authored an op-ed with Dean Michael Scharf (Case Western Reserve University School of Law) and Professor Paul Williams (American University Washington College of Law) on June 1.  The op-ed, titled “Why the US Should Recognize the Rohingya … Continue reading

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