Monthly Archives: February 2022

Professor Ahn Publishes on Supreme Court Candidate

Professor Matthew Ahn has published an article, titled “No Compassion,” reporting his original research into potential Supreme Court nominee J. Michelle Childs’s criminal justice record as a district court judge. He looks at Judge Childs’s available decisions on motions for … Continue reading

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Professor Laser Discusses NFTs on Podcast

Professor Christa Laser appeared as a guest on the podcast “3 Things to Know,” hosted by WKYC journalist Stephanie Haney. She discussed intellectual property issues related to non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The podcast is available here.

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Professor Mika Assists in Legal Writing Competitions

Professor Karin Mika assisted in reviewing articles for a variety of recent events. She graded essays for the Maltz Museum’s “Stop the Hate; Youth Speak Out” competition. In addition, she graded student briefs for Capital Law School’s “Child Welfare and … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Quoted by Business Insider 

Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was quoted last week by the Business Insider regarding the implications of the Supreme Court’s abortion (SB. 8) decision. In particular, professor Kalir opined on the legal landscape likely to be created by the Court’s refusal to block the new … Continue reading

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Sagers Featured in Documentary for German National Media

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, appeared in the German documentary series “Opaque Worlds,” produced by Germany’s public broadcaster ZDF, and distributed by ZDF and its international arm, Deutsche Welle.  Sagers was featured in Part 5 of … Continue reading

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Professor Geier on Discusses Tax on Sound of Ideas

Professor Deborah Geier appeared as a guest on WCPN’s “Sound of Ideas” program on February 3 to discuss (after a much more interesting segment on potential inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame) items that may be of … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes on Oil and Gas Law

The Environmental Law Institute’s latest edition of The Law of Environmental Protection is now out.  Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson wrote section E. Municipal Regulation, § 29:69 through § 29:85 in “VI. State and Local Government Regulation” in the new Chapter … Continue reading

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Professor Laser Featured on Podcast Discussing Standard Essential Patents

Professor Christa Laser is featured in The SEP Couch with Tim Polmann, a podcast focusing on standard essential patents. Standard essential patents (SEPs) are patents that claims an invention that must be used to comply with a technical standard, and … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on Child Soldiers and the ICC

Professor Milena Sterio participated in the American Society of International Law – Midwest Interest Group Workshop on January 28th.  Professor Sterio presented her paper, “The Ongwen ICC Case: How to Punish a Victim-Perpetrator?”  In her paper, Professor Sterio discusses the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Serves as Peer Reviewer

Professor Milena Sterio served as peer reviewer for the International Journal of Cultural Property, a Cambridge University Press publication.  Professor Sterio reviewed an article about the ICC Al Mahdi case, in which the ICC convicted the defendant of crimes of … Continue reading

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