Unless otherwise noted, all lunchtime lectures take place at Noon in LB60. A light lunch will be served.
Monday, August 26: Browne Lewis’s student presentations, Protecting Patient Autonomy (Topics: maternal-fetal conflicts; physician order for life sustaining treatment (POLST), plus two others)
Week of September 2: No presentations, Labor Day plus Rosh Hashanah makes it a very short week
Tuesday, September 10: Sheldon Gelman, Court-packing and Constitutional Culture
Monday, September 16: Michele Bowman (CSU Director of the ESOL Department in the College of Education), Teaching Law to ESL Students both in the Classroom and on Writing Assignments
Wednesday, September 18: Craig Boise, State of the Law School (in the Moot Court Room)
Tuesday, September 24: Justin Long (Wayne State), Public School Disintegration
Tuesday, October 1: Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Sneak and Peek Searches: The Statute is Broken; Here's How to Fix It
Monday, October 7: First Monday in October Supreme Court Review - Alan Weinstein (Koontz), Doron Kalir (Fischer), Kevin O’Neill (voting rights case), Susan Becker (Windsor/DOMA)
Thursday, October 17: Shelly Cavalieri (Toledo) Title TBD
Monday, October 21: Browne Lewis, Where There Is Smoke: Regulating the Sale and Marketing of Small Cigars
Friday, November 1: Northeast Ohio Faculty Colloquium Noon to 4 p.m. at Blue Canyon Restaurant in Twinsburg, Brian Ray (C|M|LAW), Evictions, Avoidance and the Aspirational Impulse, TBA (Case), Bernadette Bollas Genetin (Akron), Seeing Through a Glass Darkly: Does Goodyear Envision an Expanded Role for Specific Jurisdiction?
Wednesday, November 6: Heidi Gorovitz Robertson, Hydraulic Fracturing, Unitization, and the Role of the Dissenting Landowner
Wednesday, November 13: Susan Becker, The Role of Judicial Independence in the Continuing Quest for LGBT Equality (confirmed)
Tuesday, November 19: John Plecnik, Officers Under the Appointments Clause (confirmed)
Week of November 25: No presentation. End of semester and Thanksgiving recess