Stacy Leeds named as dean of Arizona State University Law

November 17, 2022

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR COLLEGE OF LAW — After over a year of searching the candidate that was chosen was already part of ASU’s academic community — Stacy Leeds. The experienced leader and renowned legal scholar joined ASU in 2021, as Foundation Professor of Law and Leadership at ASU, where she teaches in

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UC Irvine Law professor David Kaye testifies before European parliament

November 17, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE SCHOOL OF LAW — University of California, Irvine School of Law Professor David Kaye testified before a European Parliament committee (the PEGA Committee) on October 27, 2022, in Brussels, Belgium, to address the human rights violations caused by invasive spyware technologies by governments and private actors.

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Creighton University Law professor R. Collin Mangrum receives university research award

November 17, 2022

CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW — R. Collin Mangrum, JD, professor of law, was honored during the spring University Research Week with the Non-Health Sciences University Research Award in recognition of his extensive record of nationally and internationally recognized research and publications.

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University of Houston Law Center professor Leah Fowler researches technology privacy issues faced by women

November 14, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — Roe v. Wade’s reversal, by way of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, inadvertently drew attention to the work of consumer health technology researcher Leah Fowler, Research Assistant Professor at the University of Houston Law Center’s Health Law & Policy Institute. Specifically, Fowler’s research examines the accuracy, efficacy, and privacy

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University of Houston Law Center professor Jessica Bregant receives article of the year award

November 14, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER — The Association of American Law Schools’ Alternative Dispute Resolution Section selected for its 2021 Article of the Year the paper “Perceptions of Settlement.” The paper was co-written by University of Houston Law Center Assistant Professor Jessica Bregant and University of Illinois College of Law Professors Jennifer Robbennolt and Verity

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An interview with Indiana University Maurer Law dean Christiana Ochoa

November 14, 2022

INDIANA UNIVERSITY MAURER SCHOOL OF LAW — Last month, the law school announced Ochoa, 52, who has worked at IU Maurer for around two decades in various teaching, administrative and leadership roles, as the 17th dean in the law school’s history. Ochoa, who moved to the United States from Mexico when she was 8 years

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University of Utah Law professor Amos Guiora featured on National Center for Victims of Crime podcast

November 14, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, S.J. QUINNEY COLLEGE OF LAW — Professor Amos Guiora, who is working on legislation around the world to criminalize bystanders and enablers, was featured on the Parallel Justice podcast from the National Center for Victims of Crime. The podcast episode, titled “Hidden Consequences: Liability for enablers and bystanders in institutional abuse cases,”

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University of Virginia Law professor Michael Gilbert publishes article on how to combat disinformation

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — University of Virginia law professor and vice dean Michael Gilbert teamed up with co-author Yonathan Arbel to create a system that incentivizes newspapers and politicians to tell the truth by rewarding anyone who catches them in a lie. Their idea for this system is articulated in their paper

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Podcast: University of Virginia Law assistant dean of financial aid Jennifer Hulvey offers advice on paying for law school

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW — Assistant Dean of Financial Aid Jennifer Hulvey lends her expertise on the momentous task of financing a legal education. From loans to scholarships to payment plans and counseling, learn how UVA Law’s personalized support helps its community to make smart financial decisions without undue stress.

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University of Utah Law professor Paul Cassell wins two federal court rulings

November 10, 2022

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, S.J. QUINNEY COLLEGE OF LAW — Professor Paul Cassell has won federal court rulings in two important victims’ rights cases. Cassell successfully represented families of victims killed in two Boeing 737 MAX crashes before the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Texas as well as a young sex trafficking victim

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