Professor O’Neill Among Top SSRN Authors

Professor Kevin O’Neill has been in the top ten percent of authors on SSRN, per total number of downloads, during the months of January, February, March, and April 2018.

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Sagers Serves on Panel at ABA Antitrust Section Spring Meeting

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, appeared on a panel at the largest annual American antitrust gathering, the Spring Meeting of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law. The panel, entitled “Protecting Brand Identity on the Internet,” considered changes in U.S. and European law concerning e-commerce, with a special focus on a late 2017 decision of the European Court of Justice, entitled Coty GmbH v. Akzente Parfumerie GmbH.

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Sagers Presents Book on Apple “eBooks” Case as Visiting Scholar at American University

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, was invited to present at a meeting of the American University College of Law’s Business Law Faculty Workshop series. He spoke about his book “Apple, Antitrust, and Irony,” concerning the so-called Apple “eBooks” case of 2012-2013, a federal antitrust challenge to Apple and several publishing firms for fixing the price of eBooks. The workshop was moderated by the antitrust scholar Jonathan Baker of American University, who also provided a lengthy commentary on the manuscript. The book is forthcoming this fall from Harvard University Press.

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Professor Sterio Publishes Blog Post on Syria

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio published a blog post on Intlawgrrls, entitled “Syria and the Limits of International Law.”  In this post, available here, Professor Sterio discusses the current limitations of international law in providing a legal response to ongoing humanitarian crises, such as the one ongoing in Syria.

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Professor Sterio Moderates a Panel and Presents at the American Society of International Law Annual Meeting

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio moderated a panel at the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. , on April 6.  Professor Sterio had helped organize the panel, which was sponsored by the ASIL Midwest Interest Group and entitled “Current Issues in the Clinical Practice of International Human Rights Law: Views from the Midwest.”  In addition, Professor Sterio presented a paper entitled “The Legacy of  Ad Hoc Tribunals” on April 7th, at a day-long workshop organized by the International Criminal Law Interest Group, in conjunction with the ASIL Annual Meeting.  Professor Sterio serves as co-chair of the International Criminal Law Interest Group, and she was just elected co-chair of the Women in International Law Interest Group.

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Professor Sterio Elected Co-Chair of Women in International Law Interest Group

Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio was elected Co-Chair of the Women in International Law Interest Group at the American Society of International Law.  Professor Sterio will serve a three-year term as Co-Chair.  In addition, Professor Sterio is in her second year as co-chair of the International Criminal Law Interest Group at the American Society of International Law.

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Professor Angelin Chang Selected as Johns Hopkins University Women’s History Month Honoree

Professor Angelin Chang was selected by her alma mater, Johns Hopkins University, as one of the university’s women’s history month honoree.  To learn more about Professor Chang and her selection by JHU as a women’s history  month honoree, please see here.

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