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Assistant Professor Brian Anderson’s has a blog post on Cornell's Legal Information Institute's Vox Populii, a blog that features two authors a month writing about emerging issues of law and technology. Professor Anderson’s post is about online legal information systems and the rule of law in Rwanda and other developing states.
Richard Bales was contacted and quoted by WKSU News regarding labor relations and unions. Read the article here.
Professor Lou Lobenhofer has been elected Vice Chair to the University Council and is an ex officio member of the Board of Trustees.
Professor John Martin recently published A Primer on the Deduction, Valuation, and Substantiation of Charitable Contributions, 5 Estate Planning & Community Property L.J. 371 (2013).
Professor Bruce French was recognized by the Lima City School District for his teaching a civics class at Liberty Arts Magnet School.
Professor Scott Gerber's op-ed oped about the recent Fifth Circuit decision in Fisher v. University of Texas was published in the Huffington Post on July 17, 2014. It's been mentioned by Instapundit , How Appealing , and was reprinted in The Austin-American Statesman .
Rick Bales' "hot topics" panel presentation proposal Deans and Directors Roundtable: Reinventing Law School Libraries for a Digital Age has been accepted for the Association of American Law Libraries Annual Conference in San Antonio, July 13, 2014.
Professor Deidre Keller made an appearance on This Week in Law ( ) on July 11th.
Rick Bales article, co-authored with Samantha Koeninger, When a U.S. Domestic Court Can Enjoin a Foreign Court Proceeding, will be published this spring by the Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law.
Professor Howard Fenton 1) The ONUL Rule of Law / LLM Program is a member of a team that USAID has just awarded $500 million for five years to promote the rule of law. (2) Howard has drafted a proposal to create a Center for Democratic Governance and Rule of Law to bid on and participate in these USAID projects.