Monthly Archives: April 2022

Sagers Addresses San Francisco Bar on Antitrust Developments

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke to the Bar Association of San Francisco about current developments in antitrust on Capitol Hill and in the courtroom, especially as they relate to ongoing debate over high technology and online platforms. … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Presents on Cybersecurity and Biometrics

The National Governor’s Association (NGA) recently invited Ray to provide an expert briefing on new developments in state privacy laws, and the Center for Internet Security interviewed Ray for its “Cybersecurity Where You Are” podcast about the intersection of cybersecurity and public … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Publishes on Covid-19 Contact Tracing

Professor Brian Ray co-authored the article South Africa’s technologies enhancing contact tracing for Covid-19: A human rights and techno-politics assessment published in the peer-reviewed South Africa Journal of Human Rights, the leading human rights journal in South Africa.

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Professor Ahn Publishes on Attorney Fee Awards

Professor Matthew Ahn’s article on attorney fee awards has been accepted for publication by the Dickinson Law Review. The article, titled Navigating Beyond the Lodestar: Borrowing the Federal Sentencing Guidelines to Provide Predictability, proposes overhauling the way in which courts … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on Feminist Judgments at the ICC

Professor Milena Sterio presented the American Society of International Law Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., on April 7th, on the topic of “Feminist Judgments at the ICC.”  Professor Sterio’s remarks focused on a book chapter that she is writing, as … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on French Secularism and European Human Rights

Professor Milena Sterio presented at a conference at Washington University in Saint Louis on April 4, on the topic of “Living Together in Tomorrow’s World: French Secularism Beyond Borders.” Professor Sterio’s remarks focused on the European Court of Human Rights … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Appointed to Legal Writing Institute Outreach Committee

Professor Mika was appointed to the Legal Writing Institute Outreach Committee, which was formulated to help mentor new and novice Legal Writing professors. 

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Professor Mika Serves as Moderator and Grader

Professor Karin Mika moderated the session “Beyond Black Letter Law,” at the Law for the People symposium hosted by the National Lawyers Guild on March 28-30 at Cleveland-Marshall. Professor Mika also judged oral arguments at the Case Western Reserve Dunmore … Continue reading

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Sagers Addresses U.S. Justice Department on Supreme Court Antitrust Decision

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, participated this week in a prominent speaker series of the US Justice Department’s Antitrust Division. Sagers, along with Mike Carrier of Rutgers Law School, discussed NCAA v. Alston, the Supreme Court’s landmark decision … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Briefs U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Regarding Ukraine

Professor Milena Sterio participated in a briefing on the topic of Ukraine (accountability and documentation) for members of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on March 25th.  Professor Sterio delivered remarks about the basic principles of documentation of war crimes, … Continue reading

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