Monthly Archives: November 2021

Professor Laser Comments on Cleveland Guardians Trademark Settlement

Professor Christa Laser was featured extensively in a live segment on Cleveland’s Channel 19 News, discussing the recent settlement by the Cleveland Guardians baseball team and the Cleveland Guardians roller derby team over their trademark dispute to the “Guardians” name. … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Publishes Article in the Drake Law Review

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich has published Reforming the High-Stakes Gamble of Covert Government Seizures, 69 Drake L. Rev. 401 (2021). The article discusses the dangers created by covert government seizures, and suggests reforms to the practice.

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Professor Sterio Writes Blog Post on Women in International Law Institutions

Professor Milena Sterio authored a blog post on the topic of “Where are the Women? Breaking International Law’s Glass Ceiling.”  In this blog post, Professor Sterio discusses the under-representation of women at international law institutions, as well as the under-citation … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at International Law Weekend

Professor Milena Sterio presented at International Law Weekend, a prominent international law conference organized and sponsored by the American Branch of the International Law Association (ABILA). Professor Sterio is a member of ABILA Board of Directors and co-chairs the ABILA … Continue reading

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Professor Oh Publishes in Washington Monthly on Asian Americans and Affirmative Action

Professor Reginald Oh has published an article in Washington Monthly titled “Asian Americans and the Pursuit of Unhappiness.” The article discusses the ongoing litigation over Harvard’s affirmative action admissions policies, as well as the pressures experienced by some Asian Americans … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Receives AALS Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research Award

Professor Karin Mika, Senior Legal Writing Professor, has been awarded the 2022 AALS Section Award by the Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research. This prestigious award recognizes professors who have made significant lifetime contributions to the field of legal … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio To Speak at International Law Institute for Training and Research

Professor Milena Sterio will participate as a speaker and expert in a IUSTICOM and UN Institute for Training and Research Online Executive Diploma on International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice program.  The program will take place from February- April 2022 … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Moderates Panel on Transitional Justice

Professor Milena Sterio moderated a panel discussion on Transitional Justice on October 20th, as part of Public International and Policy Group’s training program for Ukrainian government officials.  The panel discussion was a “capstone” seminar within the larger training program, and … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at International Law Events

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the American Society of International Law Midyear Meeting, on a panel on the International Criminal Court.  Professor Sterio’s presentation, titled “Sentencing and Mitigation at the ICC,” focuses on the recent conviction of Dominic Ognwen, former … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Serves as Peer Reviewer

Professor Milena Sterio served as peer reviewer for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies.  She reviewed an entry on the morality of the right to secession. Professor Sterio also served as peer reviewer for the International Criminal Law Journal; … Continue reading

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