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Professor Sterio Presents at International Criminal Court Scholars’ Forum

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in the International Criminal Court  Scholars’ Forum on June 29th.  The ICC Scholars Forum was co-organized by Washington University School of Law, Leiden Law School, the NYU Center for Global Affairs, and the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at American Society of International Law Annual Meeting

Professor Milena Sterio presented on several panels at the American Society of International Law Annual Meeting.  First, she moderated a panel on June 25 on the topic of “Head of State Immunity.”  This panel was organized by the International Criminal … Continue reading

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Witmer-Rich Op-Ed Criticizes Ohio’s Failed Bail Reform Efforts

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich published an op-ed today on cleveland.com, titled “Kenta Settles’ lengthy jail stay shows how Ohio bail reform has failed.”  He discusses the recent case of Kenta Settles, who was attacked by Garfield Heights police officers and then … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Discusses Momentous LGBTQ Supreme Court Opinion With Local News

On June 15, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Bostock v. Clayton County, holding that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects gay, lesbian, and transgender employees from discrimination.  Professor Doron Kalir discussed the opinion with … Continue reading

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Sagers on NPR’s Marketplace, Other Venues, to Discuss Antitrust Issues

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with NPR’s Marketplace Morning Report for a story about the just-announced merger of the meal delivery service GrubHub with a European firm called JustEats Takeaway. The deal was announced only shortly after merger talks … Continue reading

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Sagers Speaks With ProPublica About Amazon Marketing Practices

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with the news organization ProPublica for a story uncovering conduct by the online retailer Amazon, potentially in violation of the antitrust laws. During some years of agitation for antitrust scrutiny of the … Continue reading

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Professor Witmer-Rich Featured on Fox 8 Regarding Ongoing Protests

Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich spoke on Fox 8 News yesterday about the recent protests in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd.  Asked about the violence that occurred during some early protests, he stated, “It’s been very encouraging that … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents on “Gender and Judging at the ICC”

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the Law and Society Annual Meeting on May 29, on a panel entitled “Gender Matters in the Judiciary.”  Professor Sterio presented on the topic of  “Gender and Judging at the International Criminal Court.”  This session … Continue reading

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Professor Mead Successfully Defends Federal Order in U.S. Supreme Court

Professor Joe Mead, in conjunction with co-counsel David Carey at ACLU of Ohio and Kirti Dalta of Hogan Lovells, has successfully defended a federal court order before the United States Supreme Court.  Professor Mead and his co-counsel earlier obtained a … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Publishes Note on European Court of Human Rights Decision

Professor Milena Sterio published an Introductory Note to the European Court of Human Rights case involving Georgia v. Russia in International Legal Materials, Volume 59, Issue 2, April 2020.  International Legal Materials are published by Cambridge University Press and edited … Continue reading

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