Monthly Archives: June 2022

Dean Lee Fisher Speaks About January 6 Hearings

Dean Lee Fisher spoke to WKYC Channel 3 about the January 6 hearings. Dean Fisher compared the January 6 events to Watergate, noting that Watergate “was a burglary of a little office of the democratic national committee (Watergate). This was … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Moderates Panel on Corporate Complicity in Syrian Crimes Against Humanity

Professor Milena Sterio moderated a panel on the topic of “Larfarge: A New Era of Accountability.”  The panel was hosted by the Public International Law & Policy Group and it focused on the recent investigation of a major French company, … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents in Portugal on Rohingya Atrocities

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the International Law Association’s Global Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, on June 21, on a panel titled “Developments in Atrocity Prevention, Investigation and Prosecution.”  Professor Sterio’s remarks focused on the investigation and possible prosecution of atrocities … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviews and Writes on Current Affairs 

On June 26, Professor Kalir was interviewed by Bloomberg News TV about the recent Dobbs Opinion. Kalir was very critical of the opinion, and noted specifically that Justice Thomas’s concurrence may serve as a blueprint for overruling many other rights, including the right to … Continue reading

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Howard Katz Presents at AALS New Law Teachers Workshop

Legal Educator in Residence Howard E. Katz made a presentation on teaching methods and facilitated two group discussions at the annual AALS Workshop for New Law Teachers held June 2-4 in Washington, D.C. Howard has made presentations on teaching to … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Discusses Women’s Inclusion in Transitional Justice Processes

Professor Milena Sterio moderated a panel discussion on June 10, on the topic of “Women’s Inclusion in Transitional Justice Processes.” The panel was organized by the Public International Law and Policy Group. The event link and a recording is available … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on the Ukraine Conflict and the ICC

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the International Criminal Court Scholars’ Forum on June 10. Professor Sterio presented the article “The Ukraine Conflict and Its Impact on ICC’s Legitimacy,” which she is co-authoring with Professor Yvonne Dutton, of the Indiana University McKinney … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Discusses Ukraine-Russia Water Dispute on NPR

Professor Milena Sterio was quoted in an NPR story titled, “Russia has achieved at least 1 of its war goals: return Ukraine’s water to Crimea.” The story discusses how one of Russia’s first acts of war in its invasion of … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Testifies Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Syria

On June 8, Professor Milena Sterio testified before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, at a hearing titled “The Path Forward On U.S.-Syria Policy: Strategy And Accountability.” The hearings focused on U.S.-Syria relations, and Professor Sterio’s testimony focused on mechanisms … Continue reading

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Professor Hoffman Publishes Article on Telehealth

Professor Laura Hoffman has published an article, titled “Reconnecting the Patient: Why Telehealth Policy Solutions Must Consider the Deepening Digital Divide,” in the Indiana Health Law Review, Volume 19, No. 2.  The article explains the digital divide and its impact … Continue reading

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