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Professor Scott Gerber was quoted in this National Law Journal article about Harry Jaffa.
Professor Scott Gerber's article Liberal Originalism: The Declaration of Independence and Constitutional Interpretation has made several SSRN top-recent-download lists and has been cited on Legal History Blog, Legal Theory Blog, Bookforum.com, and DanCarlin.com.
Professor Nancy Sabol has been nominated to serve on the board of the Ohio Women's Bar Association.
Rick Bales' co-authored casebook Arbitration Law (3d ed. 2015) was just published by Foundation Press. Co-authors are Katherine Stone (UCLA) and Alexander Colvin (Cornell I.L.R.).
Professor Lauren Newell presented her paper Doing the Right Thing Together: The Effects of Co-Counsel on Attorney Negotiating Ethics at the 8th Annual AALS Section of Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference, hosted by Southwestern Law School.
Jack Balkin has responded to an amicus brief on the Obergefell case that Professor Bruce Frohnen co-authored with some originalist colleagues.
In June and September Professor Micaela Deming will be co-presenting full-day trainings around the state about advanced Family Law topics related to domestic and sexual violence.
Associate Dean Bryan Ward's article Sentencing Without Remorse (38 Loyola-Chicago L. J.) was cited extensively in a Vice Sports article about Roger Goodell.
Professor Scott Gerber's article Liberal Originalism: The Declaration of Independence and Constitutional Interpretation, was just published at 63 Cleveland State L. Rev. 1 (2014) as part of the journal’s symposium on "History and the Meaning of the Constitution”. The article was mentioned on the Originalism Blog.
Professor Bruce Frohnen's essay The Limits of Law: How Formal Rules Undermine Human Relations was just published at 57 Modern Age 18 (2015).