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Professor Sterio Moderates Roundtable on UN Human Rights Council

Professor Milena Sterio moderated an expert Roundtable on the topic of “The United Nations Human Rights Council” on September 10th.  The Roundtable was hosted by the leading NGO, the Public International Law and Policy Group, and panelists included Zorica Maric-Djordjevic, … Continue reading

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Dean Fisher Publishes Column for Cleveland’s Next Mayor

Dean Lee Fisher published a column for Community Leader, a publication of Cleveland Magazine, offering some advice to Cleveland’s next mayor, titled “An Open Letter to Cleveland’s Next Mayor.”

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Dean Fisher Moderates Panel Discussions

Paul George 16.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE On August 11, 2021, Dean Lee Fisher moderated a United Way panel discussion on the Cleveland Consent Decree and search and seizure issues. The Consent Decree mandates that the … Continue reading

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Dean Fisher Publishes Article on Leadership in the Baylor Law Review

Dean Lee Fisher has published an article about leadership and law in the Baylor Law Review. See: Lee Fisher, Change at the Speed of Leadership, Baylor Law Review, Winter 2021 Edition.  In the article, Dean Fisher discusses leadership training and education within law schools, … Continue reading

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Professors Ray, Opsitnick Quoted on Cyberattacks

Two Cleveland-Marshall Law professors were quoted in a recent Cleveland.com article titled “FirstEnergy hack is cyber-thieves’ latest effort to swipe personal info.” Professor Brian Ray noted that large hacks of customer data are increasingly common. He explained, “The more connected … Continue reading

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Katz Presents on Law School Teaching and Assessment

Legal Educator-in-Residence Howard Katz made two presentations at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) annual conference. As part of the Newer Law Teachers Workshop, Howard spoke about “Teaching Law: The Essentials.” As part of the Prospective Law Teachers Workshop, … Continue reading

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Professor Sundahl Features in Forbes Discussing Satellite Crash

Professor Mark Sundahl was quoted in a recent Forbes article titled “Russian Space Junk Slammed Into A Chinese Satellite, Says U.S. Space Force.” The U.S. Space Force reported that a Chinese weather satellite collided with remnants of a Russian rocket … Continue reading

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Professor Laser in Top 10% of All SSRN Downloads in Past Year

Professor Christa Laser is currently ranked in the top ten percent of all authors on SSRN for downloads in the past 12 months. SSRN, the Social Science Research Network, is a repository for preprints devoted to the rapid dissemination of … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Publishes “Strategies and Tactics for Teaching Environmental Law”

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson recently published Strategies and Techniques for Teaching Environmental Law.  The book is part of a Wolters Kluwer law book publishing series on law teaching.  The series intends to provide insight and information for new law teachers generally … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Selected to Contribute Book Chapter on Gender and International Criminal Courts

Professor Milena Sterio has been selected, from a competitive call for papers, to contribute a chapter to the book project, “Reimagining Judging in Interntational Criminal Courts: A Gendered Approach.” The project is run by Professors Louise Chappell (UNSW Sydney, Australia), … Continue reading

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