Category Archives: Faculty in the Media

Professor Sterio Featured at NYU Center for Global Affairs Event

Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in an event titled “Post-Conflict State Rebuilding After Mass Atrocities,” on September 22.  The event was hosted by the NYU Center for Global Affairs and was based on a book which Professor Sterio … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Interviewed on the Passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

On Sept. 21, 2020, Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir was interviewed by Charles Ellison of WURD Radio in Philadelphia on the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The conversation covered key opinions authored by Justice Ginsburg (for … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio files Amicus Brief with International Criminal Court

Professor Milena Sterio, along with several colleagues from the Public International Law and Policy Group, a prominent Washington D.C.-based NGO, filed an amicus brief with the International Criminal Court at The Hague in the case of Bosco Ntaganda. The brief … Continue reading

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Sagers Appears in Wondery Podcast and Other Media in U.S. and Overseas

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, was featured in a long interview for the podcast series American Scandal, produced by the widely followed podcast platform Wondery. Sagers was featured in the final episode in an American Scandal series on the golden age … Continue reading

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Professor Kalir Presents at AEN Zoom Conference

On Thursday September 6, Clinical Professor of Law Doron Kalir presented at the Academic Engagement Network (AEN)’s zoom conference. AEN is a pro-Israel network of academics from across the country and across disciplines, who mainly monitor and discuss anti-Israel rhetoric … Continue reading

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Professor Geier discusses payroll tax deferral on the Sound of Ideas

On September 3, Professor Deborah A. Geier was a guest on the “Sound of Ideas” program on WCPN, where she discussed the ins and outs of the optional payroll tax deferral that was the subject of President Trump’s August 8 … Continue reading

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Professor Majette Invited to Present at Upcoming Events

Professor Gwen Majette has been invited to moderate the virtual panel Intersecting Realities:  Health, Race, and the Ongoing Legacies of Slavery and Jim Crow as part of the “1619 Project in 2020” sponsored by the University of California Irvine Center for Humanity on … Continue reading

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Professor Majette Consults with Congressional Legislative Staff on Health Disparities in Seniors

On July 14, 2020, Professor Gwen Majette spoke with the staff of the United States Senate Special Committee on Aging.  In particular she spoke with the Staff Directors for Chairman Susan Collins and Ranking Member Bob Casey and some of their … Continue reading

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Appellate Clinic Secures Another Major Reversal in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

The Cleveland-Marshall Appellate Practice Clinic has secured an important victory in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.  20 years ago, John Lowery was convicted of murder and attempted muder for a shooting that occured in Knoxville, Tennessee. Since then, he … Continue reading

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Professor Sterio co-authors book on Post-Conflict State Building

Professor Milena Sterio’s latest book, Research Handbook on Post-Conflict State Building, was published by Edward Elgar (co-edited with Professor Paul Williams, American University Washington College of Law).  The publisher summarizes the book as follows: “As a conflict ends and the … Continue reading

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