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Professor Mark P. McKenna
February 23, 2007

Professor McKenna was quoted on mediapost.com about product placement and trademark laws.

Professor Sandra H. Johnson
February 23, 2007

Professor Johnson has been named to a task force to revise the Hastings Center "Guidelines on the Termination of Life-Sustaining Treatment and Care of the Dying." These Guidelines, first published in 1987, have been cited in judicial opinions, including in Justice O'Connor's concurrence in the Cruzan case. The task force met in New York in January and will be working on the project over the next year.

Professor Frederic Bloom
February 23, 2007

Professor Bloom was quoted in an Associated Press story about a proposed Missouri constitutional amendment requiring the use of English for all official proceedings. The story ran in the Belleville News Democrat.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 22, 2007

Professor Goldstein was quoted in a Bloomberg News story about Vice President Cheney.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 21, 2007

Professor Goldstein was recently interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio about Vice President Cheney.

Professor Sidney D. Watson
February 16, 2007

Professor Watson was quoted in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about Governor Blunt's proposals for health insurance.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 15, 2007

Professor Goldstein was quoted on Bloomberg.com about the vice president and the Lewis Libby trial.

Professor Susan McGraugh
February 14, 2007

Professor McGraugh was quoted in two St. Louis Post-Dispatch stories about DNA evidence in criminal cases.

Professor Alan Howard
February 12, 2007

Professor Howard was quoted in a story about free speech on centredaily.com.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 12, 2007

Professor Goldstein will be interviewed at 7:10 p.m. CST on Monday, February 12, on BBC Radio 5 Live about the significance of the vice president testifying at the Scooter Libby trial.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 12, 2007

Professor Goldstein was quoted in a New York Times story about the Lewis Libby trial and the historical significance should Vice President Cheney testify.

Professor Susan McGraugh
February 5, 2007

Professor McGraugh was interviewed by KSDK Channel 5 about a local law firm that has developed a program that loans young lawyers to the city prosecutor's office.

Professor Susan McGraugh
January 31, 2007

Professor McGraugh was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about criminal defense issues in an upcoming Illinois trial.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
January 29, 2007

Professor Goldstein was quoted in a Pioneer Press (MN) story about vice-presidential legacies.

Professor Susan McGraugh
January 25, 2007

Professor McGraugh was quoted in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch story about change of venue in criminal cases.

Professor Susan McGraugh
January 23, 2007

Professor McGraugh was interviewed on Monday, January 22 by Channel 5 about a bill in the Missouri Legislature related to sexual assaults on kidnapping victims — a response to the Shawn Hornbeck situation.

Professor Mark Bernstein
January 23, 2007

Professor Bernstein's article, "The Social Audit: A Qualitative Method to Evaluate the Value of a Library," has been accepted for publication in the November 2007 issue of Spectrum, the official monthly publication of the American Association of Law Libraries.

Professor David Sloss
January 19, 2007

On January 18, Professor David Sloss posted comments on a blog at www.opiniojuris.org in response to commentary posted by John Bellinger, who is the legal advisor to the Secretary of State. On Monday, January 8, he gave a presentation at George Washington University Law School as part of their International Law Colloquium Series. The topic was "Using the Treaty Power to Regulate the Jurisdiction of Federal Courts: Lessons from the 1790s."

Professor Mark P. McKenna
January 19, 2007

Professor McKenna presented the paper, "The Normative Foundations of Trademark Law," at the University of California at Berkeley's Intellectual Property Scholarship Seminar on December 5, 2006.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
January 19, 2007

Professor Goldstein recently published short essays on "Presidential Ticket Balancing" and "Walter Frederick Mondale" in The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia (Indiana University Press 2007), on "W. Arthur Garrity, Jr." in Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law (Yale University Press 2007) and on "Paul Freund" and "Affirmative Action" in the Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties (Routledge 2006). He also published a review of The Dynamic Constitution: An Introduction to American Constitutional Law by Richard Fallon in volume 93 of the American Oxonian (2006)

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
January 19, 2007

Professor Goldstein presented the paper, "Changing History: Carter, Mondale and the New Vice Presidency," on January 19, at a conference at the University of Georgia in honor of the 30th anniversary of the Carter-Mondale Administration. Presidents Carter and Mondale were among the participants.

Professor Camille A. Nelson
January 18, 2007

Professor Nelson's most recent article, "Starting Anew: The ADA's Disability with Respect to Episodic Mental Illness," published in volume 75 of the Mississippi Law Journal, was entered on a labor law blog.

Professor Camille A. Nelson
January 18, 2007

Professor Nelson spoke on the panel, "Is the Federalism Revolution Over After Raich?" at the Federalist Society Breakout Conference, January 5, 2007. She gave a talk, "ADA's (In)Ability to Address Episodic Mental Illness," at the AALS panel, "Open Program on Disability Related Issues," on January 6, 2007.

Professor Camille A. Nelson
January 18, 2007

Professor Nelson gave the talk, “Lovin’ the Man: Examining the Nexus of Irony, Hypocrisy and Curiosity" at the University of California-Berkeley, Boalt School of Law Symposium, "Loving by Law: Forty Years Since Loving v. Virginia as well as the Wisconsin Law Review Symposium, "Intimacy, Marriage, Race and the Meanings of Equality: Perspectives on the 40th Anniversary of Loving v. Virginia," in November 2006.

Professor Carol A. Needham
January 18, 2007

Professor Needham spoke on a panel sponsored by the North American Cooperation Section in December 2006. Her topic was "Cross-Border Law Practice in North America: Admissions and Ethics Rules, Foreign Legal Consultants and the Impact of GATS."

Professor Susan McGraugh
January 17, 2007

Professor McGraugh was recently interviewed by Metro Networks, a radio news service, about criminal charges in kidnapping cases.

Professor Sidney D. Watson
January 12, 2007

Professor Watson was quoted in a Kansas City Star story about health care reform.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
January 12, 2007

Professor Thaman recently worked with the working group responsible for drafting a new Code of Criminal Procedure for the Republic of Indonesia at the invitation of the U.S. Department of Justice. He also delivered a talk to the group on "Comparative Approaches to Plea Bargaining and the Consensual Resolution of Criminal Cases" in Jakarta. He also gave the talk, "A New Paradigm for Criminal Evidence in Indonesia," in Bali.

Professor Susan McGraugh
January 12, 2007

Professor McGraugh was a panelist in November at the Washington University School of Law's Access to Legal Justice Conference, "Examining the Risks of Wrongful Executions and the Role of Prosecutors, Defense Attorneys, Academia, and the Press."

In December, she was a presenter at the Global Alliance for Justice Education's 4th Global Conference in Cordoba, Argentina. Her presentation was titled, "Building, Maintaining and Growing a Justice Program: The International Bridges to Justice Model."

Professor Tim Greaney
January 12, 2007

Professor Greaney has been named to the board of advisors of the American Antitrust Institute, an independent Washington-based non-profit educational, research and advocacy organization whose mission is to increase the role of competition, assure that competition works in the interests of consumers, and challenge abuses of concentrated economic power in the U.S. and world economies.

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