Faculty Activities and Publications | April 2016

faculty activities publications

Professor Kim Chanbonpin

  • She was a panelist at the 2016 SCRIBES CLE annual meeting on April 15.

Assistant Professor Lurene Contento

  • Her article, Why Online Resources Won’t Replace Writing Specialists – At Least Anytime Soon!, has been published at The Second Draft, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Spring 2016)

Professor Stuart Ford

  • He was the April guest blogger for the law professor blog Prawfsblawg.

Professor Marc Ginsberg

  • His newest law review article, The Execution Of An Arbitration Provision As A Condition Precedent To Medical Treatment: Legally Enforceable? Medically Ethical?, has been published at 42 Mitchell Hamline Law Review 273 (2016).
  • On April 15, he was the featured speaker at the Northern Illinois University College of Law Symposium on Legal Implications Of Social Media.

Professor Kevin Hopkins

  • He was a panelist at the 2016 SCRIBES CLE annual meeting on April 15.

Professor Paul Lewis

  • He gave the following lectures on transnational business law at the Universite Catholique de Lyon in Lyon, France:
    • The International Business Transaction: Legal and Cultural Considerations
    • Negotiating the International Business Transaction
    • Structuring the International Business Transaction
    • Drafting the International Business Transaction

Professor Daryl Lim 

  • He spoke at the annual conference of the International Competition Network (ICN) in Singapore on April 28.

Professor Ann Lousin

  • She provided comments to the Chicago Sun-Times regarding the Dennis Hastert case.
  • She provided comments to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin regarding public school funding in Illinois.

Professor Hugh Mundy

  • He will be the co-chair of the upcoming SALT Conference, which will be held at John Marshall in the fall.
  • He provided comments to the Huffington Post regarding the Dennis Hastert case.

Assistant Professor Mary Nagel

  • She provided comments to the Chicago Sun-Times regarding the legal issues surrounding the George Lucas’ museum.
  • She was a panel member at the Externship 8 conference held at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The panel spoke on “Using Teaching Modules to Enhance the Externship Experience.”

Professor Timothy O’Neill

  • He published a column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin titled 7th Circuit stretches Jardines beyond the single-family house. 

Professor Steven Schwinn

  • He was interviewed on Bloomberg radio regarding a U.S. Supreme Court case involving the Fourth Amendment.

Professor Mark Wojcik

  • He provided the opening remarks at the 2016 SCRIBES CLE annual meeting on April 15.
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