Cassandra Burke Robertson, professor of law, the Laura B. Chisolm Distinguished Research Scholar and director of the Center for Professional Ethics, recently has had numerous works published, including:
“Low Sanctions, High Costs: The Risk to
Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and director of the Center for Business Law and Regulation, was busy earlier this month giving presentations throughout the Cleveland area.
On Sept. 2, Adler spoke
Michael Goldberg, an assistant professor at Case Western Reserve Weatherhead School of Management, will be speaking at TEDxFulbright, at Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center in California on Saturday, Sept. 26. The prestigious program
John Brogan’s book, In Reflection of Nature, begins indoors.
The Case Western Reserve senior describes sitting with his mother in her living room, listening as “she opened up to me for the first time about
Rhonda Y. Williams, founder and director of the Social Justice Institute, participated in a panel discussion as part of the showing of the film Cincinnati Goddamn. The film is about the shootings of two
Jessie Hill, associate dean for academic affairs and the Judge Ben C. Green Professor of Law, was active as a presenter this past summer, speaking on a range of health law-related topics.
In May, she participated
Harper’s Magazine published an excerpt from Michael W. Clune’s forthcoming book, Gamelife, in its September issue. Clune is a professor of English at Case Western Reserve University.
Gamelife demonstrates how computer games transformed Clune’s life
Dalindyebo Shabalala, visiting assistant professor of law, filled the role of rapporteur for New Research for Effective Action at Paris and Beyond, a two-day event that was held during the Global Climate Policy Conference
Sue B. Workman, vice president for Information Technology Services and chief information officer of Case Western Reserve University, will participate in a webinar on Wednesday. Aug. 12, from 1 to 2 p.m.
Workman will present