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Professor Plecnik Recognized by Fox 8 News

On October 21, 2021, Fox 8 News recognized Professor John Plecnik on live TV as one of “Cleveland’s Own” for his decade of service as a legal scholar and teacher at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University. … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviewed Regarding Judicial Recusal

On Monday, October 18, Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was interviewed by Joe Ingles of Ideastream Public Media on the issue of Ohio Supreme Court Justice Patrick DeWine. Justice DeWine recently announced he will not recuse himself from the trio of … Continue reading

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Professor Sundahl and C|M|LAW Students Participate in Space Law Panel

On Thursday, September 23rd, Prof. Mark J. Sundahl organized and moderated a panel on “Building Capacity in Space Law: An American Experience” as part of the Space Education and Strategic Applications Conference hosted by the Policy Studies Organization and the American Public University.  During the … Continue reading

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FTC Commissioner Cites Sagers in Call for Commission Reforms

In a policy statement today, Federal Trade Commissioner Rohit Chopra cited work by Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law. Commissioner Chopra, who has been a critic of reduced antitrust enforcement, has called for more careful review of … Continue reading

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Professor Ray and CMLAW Cyber Center Participate in Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week

The Center for Cybersecurity & Privacy Protection and the online MLS in Cybersecurity & Data Privacy were invited to participate in the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education’s Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week, October 18-23. Professor Brian Ray will lead a discussion of legal-related … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Submits NSF Proposal on Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention

Professor Brian Ray was part of a team consisting of Case Western Reserve University faculty members and Cleveland Clinic researchers who recently submitted a proposal in to the National Science Foundation’s Predictive Intelligence for Pandemic Prevention (PIPP) initiative. The team proposes … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Selected for Leadership Roles in the Sedona Data Privacy and Security Working Group

The Sedona Conference, Data Privacy and Security Working Group 11, selected Professor Brian Ray to serve as a Dialogue Leader to lead discussion of a draft Biometric Technology Primer at its Midyear Meeting. Ray was selected this past summer by the … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Submits Testimony on Ohio Blockchain Bill

The Ohio Senate invited Professor Brian Ray to submit written testimony at a hearing on HB 177, which would permit public entities in Ohio to use blockchain technology to improve government services. Ray previously submitted testimony supporting the bill at an … Continue reading

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Professor Plecnik cited by Congressional Research Service in Report prepared for Members & Committees of Congress

Professor John Plecnik’s article, “Officers Under the Appointments Clause,” was cited and quoted by the Congressional Research Service, which works exclusively for the United States Congress to provide policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the Senate … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Assists Ukrainian Transitional Justice Project

On September 27th, Professor Sterio participated as a panelist and expert in an interactive session with a group of Ukrainian government officials and representatives of their civil society on topics related to transitional justice.  Professor Sterio has been an active … Continue reading

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