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Richard Bales has been invited to moderate a panel on Laws on the Books v. Laws on the Ground: Minimum Employment Standards and Concerted Activity in Southeast Asia, at the ABA Section on International Labor & Employment Law Conference this May in Hong Kong.
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali spent the early part of December in Kinshasa, DRC, giving a training on the prevention of genocide and other crimes against humanity.
Professor Karen Powell will be speaking in early December on Intangibles in Property Tax Valuation of Multi-Jurisdictional Corporations to the Montana Taxpayers Association at its annual meeting. She’ll speak on the same topic to the Montana Legislature's Revenue and Transportation Interim Committee -- a committee of state legislators.
Lauren Bartlett will speak in May 2016 at the AALS Clinical Conference on Connecting Clinics, Clients and Communities in Rural America.”
Professor Nancy Sabol's article, Stigmatized by the Bar: An Analysis of Recent Changes to the Mental Health Questions on the Character and Fitness Questionnaire was published in December at 4 The Mental Health Law & Policy Journal 1 (2015) -- the lead article in a peer-reviewed journal.
Rick Bales has been invited to speak on Social Media and Discrimination Claims at the April 2016 Arbitrator and Advocates Symposium in Columbus, OH.
Professor Scott Gerber published the chapter Clarence Thomas in American Governance 194 (Stephen L. Schechter et al. eds., Macmillan, 2016).
Professor Nancy Sabol's article, (co-authored with Kelly Mumaw '15) Title IX: It's Not Just About Sports has just been published in the Ohio Women's Bar Association newsletter.
Professor Scott Gerber wrote an op-ed in the 11/25/14 Lima News about President Obama's recent violation of the Constitution's separation of powers.
In August 2016 Professor Lauren Bartlett will moderate a panel at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools entitled Supreme Court Update: Business, Administrative, Securities, Tax, and Employment Issues.