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Faculty News

Rick Bales' essay on our Law Clinic was featured in the Lima News .
Professor Scott Gerber's review of Richard Epstein's book about the Constitution was recently published in The Historian.
In July, Staff Attorney & Instructor Micaela Deming worked with Professor Joanne Brant and three students (Kourtney Pope, Lisa Bradley, and Alexis Branham) on an amicus brief for the Supreme Court on behalf of a woman who was unable to fully present a defense of Battered Woman Syndrome during her trial for killing her husband.
On July 30 & 31, Professor Scott Gerber , participated in a workshop at Brown University about the forthcoming (Princeton University Press) book A Brief History of Libertarianism.
Micaela Deming, Staff Attorney and Instructor in Law, will be co-presenting "Investigation and Recommendation: Accounting for Sex Abuse Allegations" at the 21st Annual Ohio CASA Celebrate Kids! Conference.
Rick Bales has been asked to join as a co-author on the Nutshell book on Labor Arbitration.
Over the summer Professor Brian Anderson gave a presentation titled Combating Corruption by Identifying Opportunities for Corruption at the Anti-Corruption Bureau in Lilongwe, Malawi. The presentation was to lawyers, investigators, deputy ministers, and other personnel of the Bureau.
Professor Lauren Newell has been asked to contribute a book chapter, Reclaiming Attention in the Digital Generation Negotiator, to the Negotiator’s Desk Reference, a forthcoming book edited by Andrea Kupfer Schneider and Christopher Honeyman.
Professor Scott Gerber's essay A Diversity of Viewpoints Is at the Heart of Learning was published August 26 in the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Professor Scott Gerber has been invited to participate in a discussion about the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta at NYU School of Law in early November.