Faculty Activities & Publications | May, June & July 2017

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Professor William Ford 

  • His article was selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of the Entertainment, Publishing and Arts Handbook.

Professor Marc Ginsberg

  • He presented at the 40th Annual Health Law Professors Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • He gave a presentation on evidence at John Marshall’s Czech/Slovak Reunion.
  • He was presented with the Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award.

Professor Samuel Jones

  • He will be appointed as a Hearing Officer for the Chicago Teachers Pension Fund.
  • He was awarded a certificate of appreciation from the Office of Chief Counsel for his presentation at the Department of Homeland Security, ICE.
  • He appeared on Chicago Tonight to discuss the ethical responsibility judges have and the quality of the Cook County judiciary.

Professor Jason Kilborn

  • He provided comments to NBC regarding what can happen to consumers when big businesses file for bankruptcy.

Professor Ann Lousin

  • She provided comments to WBEZ regarding whether Illinois needs a new Constitutional Convention.
  • She provided comments to the Cook County Record regarding a former Illinois state senator who has sued the state for back pay.

Professor Hugh Mundy

  • He provided comments to the Chicago Sun-Times regarding the IRS getting involved in criminal investigations.

Professor Mary Nagel

  • She participated in a panel discussion on externship issues at the AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education.

Professor Timothy O’Neill

  • He published the following columns in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:
    • “At 51, Miranda starting to show its age; a tune-up may be in order.”
    • “Does tough sentencing really work? Logic behind move lacks sense.”

Professor Steven Schwinn

  • He provided comments to The Christian Science Monitor regarding whether President Trump’s travel ban would withstand constitutional muster.
  • He provided comments to WBEZ Morning Shift regarding President Trump’s religion executive order.
  • He published the following articles:
    • “Limits on Access to Judicial Review” in the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Oxford University Press on-line)
    • “The Curious Case of ‘The Slants,’” 81(2) Social Education 74 (2017)

Professor Mark Wojcik

  • He was the editor and a chapter author of the book “The State of Criminal Justice,” which was published by the ABA Criminal Justice Section.
  • He gave a guest lecture at the Charles University Faculty of Law on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practice Act and the U.K. Bribery Act.

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