Professor Karin Mika’s essay on Artificial Intelligence in legal research will be published in the Spring volume of Perspectives, which is a West publication dedicated to publishing articles about teaching Legal Writing and Research.
Monthly Archives: May 2019
Professor Sterio Quoted in Vice News Article on Julian Assange’s Possible Extradition
Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio was quoted in Vice News regarding the possible extradition of Julian Assange from the UK to the United States or to Sweden. The article, with Professor Sterio’s quotes, is available here.
Professor Sterio’s Proposal for AALS Discussion Group on “The Role of Women as International, Regional, and National Judges” Accepted
Professor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio’s proposal for a Discussion Group at the 2020 AALS Annual Meeting has been accepted. Professor Sterio’s proposal is entitled “The Role of Women as International, Regional, and National Judges,” and the Discussion Group will feature the following participants:
Professor Milena Sterio, Moderator and Discussion Group Organizer
Nienke Grossman, Professor of Law, University of Baltimore School of Law
Bridget Crawford, James D. Hopkins Professor of Law, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University
Kathryn Stanchi, Jack E. Feinberg ’57 Professor of Litigation, Temple University Beasley School of Law
Shana Tabak, Executive Director, Tahirih Justice Center
Fernanda Nicola, Professor of Law, Permanent Visiting Professor at iCourts, Washington College of Law, American University
Leila Sadat, James Carr Professor of International Criminal Law, Washington University School of Law
Josephine Jarpa Dawuni, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Howard University,
Heather Roberts, Associate Professor, Australian National University Law School
Sagers Speaks With Press on Unprecedented Inter-Agency Antitrust Conflict
Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, spoke with Bloomberg for a story
about the Justice Department’s unprecedented, last-minute attempt to intervene in FTC v. Qualcomm, an antitrust trial already fully litigated by the Federal Trade Commission. The case awaits only the trial judge’s final opinion, but DOJ sought to intervene to present its views urging the court to limit any antitrust remedy it might impose. While it remains unclear what role DOJ intends to play or what objections it might have to the FTC’s suit, the move has been taken to signal policy conflict between the agencies that has never manifested in this way.
Professor Forte Delivers Two Lectures at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
On April 24, Professor David Forte delivered an address at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, entitled, “The Theory of Constitutionalism of the American Founders.”
On April 27, Professor David Forte delivered an address at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. The topic was “The American Theory of Constitutionalism.”