Category Archives: Faculty in the Media

Professor O’Neill Comments on Possible Incitement Prosecution of President Trump

Professor Kevin O’Neill is quoted an article on First Amendment Watch on whether Donald Trump’s January 6 exhortation to his followers was an act of incitement that falls within the unprotected boundaries of Brandenburg v. Ohio — a 1969 Supreme Court decision that … Continue reading

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Howard Katz Presents at AALS Annual Meeting

Howard Katz made a presentation at the AALS annual conference. He gave advice about teaching at a session on January 8 sponsored by the New Law Professors section that was attended by nearly 250 people. Howard continues to serve on the … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Advises Government of Sudan on Transitional Justice

Professor Milena Sterio has been advising the government of Sudan on transitional justice issues, and in particular on the future establishment of the Special Court for Darfur and the Transitional Justice Commission for Sudan.  Professor Sterio has been working on … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio Presents at AALS Annual Meeting

Professor Milena Sterio presented at the 2021 AALS Annual Meeting.  On January 7, Professor Sterio was a presenter on a session entitled “How to Pick an International Law Casebook?” which was sponsored by the International Law section.  On January 9, … Continue reading

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Professor Laser Publishes “Certiorari in Patent Cases”

Professor Christa Laser’s paper, “Certiorari in Patent Cases,” was just published in AIPLA Quarterly Journal. The paper has been listed in several SSRN top ten lists, including Judges and Federal Courts & Jurisdiction. The article can be downloaded here: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3728706. … Continue reading

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Kalir Explains Basic Legal Terms Relating to “Black Wednesday” Events; Blogs on the Expansion of Ministerial Expansion

Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was asked by The Fulcrum, in light of Black Wednesday’s events on Capitol Hill, to provide a short explanation as to basic legal concepts such as Sedition, Insurrection, Treason, and the 25th Amendment.  Separately, Professor Kalir … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Presents at AALS

On January 6, 2021, Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson presented her current research project at the 2021 AALS Annual Meeting’s State and Local Government Law and Natural Resources and Energy Law Joint Program, Co-Sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law and Environmental … Continue reading

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Professor Geier Publishes 2021 Edition of Tax Textbook

Professor Deborah Geier has published the 2021 edition of her textbook, “U.S. Federal Income Taxation of Individuals.” In an effort to reduce student cost, Professor Geier publishes this textbook with CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Education) as both a free e-textbook (in … Continue reading

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Professor Robertson Appointed Associate Editor of ABA Probate and Property Magazine

Professor Heidi Gorovitz Robertson has been appointed an Associate Editor on the ABA Probate and Property Magazine.  The magazine has 4 associate editors and 1 senior editor for the property side, and the same again for the probate side.  Each … Continue reading

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Professor Ray Publishes Paper on Digital Contact Tracing Apps for Covid-19

Professor Brian Ray, with co-author Professor Jane Bambauer (University of Arizona), have published “Covid-19 Apps are Terrible — They Didn’t Have to Be,” on the prominent Lawfare blog. The paper was also featured in a companion Lawfare Podcast, in which … Continue reading

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