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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.
Professor Karen Powell spoke to a packed house on November 4th at the ONU Dicke School of Business on Entrepreneurship in New Industries: American Revival of Craft Spirits.
Professor Brian Anderson made a variety of presentations on his trip to Ukraine in early November. You can watch one of those presentations here .
Professor Scott Gerber's article An Unavoidably Brief History of the Third Amendment has been a top ten SSRN download 5 times so far in e-journals (Constitutional Law, Laws & Constitutions, Rights & Liberties [twice], and Legal History).
Professor Jean-Marie Kamatali just returned from the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association held in San Diego, where he presented on The Struggle to Balance Gender Quotas and an Independent Judiciary in Rwanda. This topic will be a chapter in the forthcoming book Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity?
On October 10th Professor Lauren Newell presented Rebooting Empathy for the Digital Generation Lawyer at the Central States Law Schools Association Scholarship Conference hosted by the University of Toledo. On October 25 she presented on the same topic at the 9th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Conference hosted by the Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth.