Monthly Archives: November 2022

Professor Sterio Trains Ukrainian Groups on International Criminal Law

Professor Milena Sterio is leading a series of trainings for Ukrainian civil society organizations during the week of November 28th.  One of such civilian society organizations participating in the trainings is the Center for Civil Liberties, which just won the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Submits Comments on ICC Prosecutor’s “Sexual Persecution” Policy

Professor Milena Sterio, along with a group of experts, submitted a Comment to the International Criminal Court’s Office of the Prosecutor on November 23.  The Comment was submitted in response to the Office of the Prosecutor’s Request for Comments from … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviewed on Attempt to Disqualify Trump from the Presidency

Professor Doron Kalir was quoted in an article on Verify titled, “Whether 14th Amendment applies to Trump depends on 3 eligibility questions.” In the wake of former President Trump’s announcement that he will run for the presidency again, House Democrat Rep. … Continue reading

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Professor Chien Presents Empirical Project on Asian Americans in the Law

Professor Steven Chien presented his empirical project, Portrait Project 2.0 – A Portrait of Asian Americans in the Law, at the 2022 National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) Convention from November 3-6 in Las Vegas.  The project originated with A Portrait … Continue reading

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Sagers Quoted in The Atlantic on Congress’s Peculiar Habits

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with The Atlantic for an article titled, “How Did America End Up With the Z.O.M.B.I.E. Act?” about the peculiar congressional habit of naming statutes with clever acronyms. The story was influenced in … Continue reading

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Professor Mika Publishes on Teaching as a First Generation American

Professor Karin Mika has published an article titled “The Power of Vulnerability in Promoting a Sense of Belonging: The Perspective of a First Generation American.” The article appears in “The Second Draft,” a publication of the Legal Writing Institute. In the … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Publishes Op-Ed on Affirmative Action

Professor Doron Kalir has published an op-ed titled, “The Supreme Court is poised to eliminate affirmative action,” on Cleveland.com.

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