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Professor Joel K. Goldstein
September 21, 2006

Professor Goldstein was quoted in the Jackson Hole Star Tribune story, “Cheney and 9/11” on September 10.

He was also a guest on the “Coast to Coast AM” show with George Noory. His broadcast was heard on 500 stations across the United States and Canada.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
September 21, 2006

Professor Goldman was quoted in the Post and Courier (Charleston, S.C.) about South Carolina reviewing decisions granting police powers to law enforcement officers.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
September 8, 2006

Professor Goldman was quoted in the August 13 edition of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Richard Amelung
September 8, 2006

Richard Amelung has been appointed to the Library of Congress' Advisory Committee on the Future of Bibliographic Control. The committee is composed of representatives from the American Library Association, the Special Libraries Association, Yahoo, Google, and Microsoft. Dr. Amelung will be representing the American Association of Law Libraries in these deliberations. The purpose of the committee is to provide the Library of Congress (LC) with an outside perspective that will inform their decisions impacting retrievability of information both within LC and in the general library community of the future.

Professor Henry M. Ordower
September 6, 2006

Professor Ordower's general report, "Restricting the Legislative Power to Tax: Intersections of Taxation and Constitutional Law," which was he presented in July 2006 at the 17th Quadrennial Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law in Utrecht, the Netherlands, will be published, along with 11 national reports, in the Michigan State International Law Journal.

Professor Henry M. Ordower
September 6, 2006

Professor Ordower's article, "Horizontal and Vertical Equity in Taxation as Constitutional Principles: Germany and the United States Contrasted," was just published in volume 7 of the Florida Tax Review (2006).

Professor John J. Ammann
September 1, 2006

Professor Ammann was interviewed about how to legally change your name for an upcoming story in Consumer Reports Money Advisor.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
August 23, 2006

On August 8-11, Professor Thaman gave a series of lectures (in Russian): “Atavisms of Inquisitorial Criminal Procedure in Legislation and Practice of Post-Soviet States”; “Criminal Procedure in Common Law Countries”; “Success and Failure of Russian Judicial Reforms: A View From the Outside,” and “Content and Procedural Form of Plea-Bargaining,” at a summer course in Criminal Procedure for Countries of Central Asia, organized by OSCE in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
August 23, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the lecture, “The Trends of Criminal Justice Reform in Europe,” at the International Seminar on Comparative Criminal Procedure in Beijing, China.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
August 23, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the lecture, "The American Law School: The Development of Centers of Excellence," at Cheongju University School of Law in Cheongju, Korea.

Professor Thomas L. Greaney
August 23, 2006

Professor Greaney's article, "Antitrust and Hospital Mergers: Does the Nonprofit Form Affect Competitive Substance?" appeared in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law published by Duke University Press.

Professor John J. Ammann
August 23, 2006

A chapter by Professor Ammann, titled, "All About Dignity," appeared in the book, Lawyers Working to End Homelessness, published by the American Bar Association and released at its annual meeting earlier this month in Hawaii.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
August 22, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the general report, “Plea-Bargaining, Negotiating Confessions and Consensual Resolution of Criminal Cases,” at the XVII Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law in Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
August 22, 2006

Professor Goldman was interviewed on NPR's "All Things Considered" about an appeals court decision on cash seizure laws.

Professor John J. Ammann
August 8, 2006

Professor Ammann was quoted by the Associated Press about Missouri's adoption subsidies program.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
July 20, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the talk, “Plea-Bargaining, Negotiating Confessions and Consensual Resolution of Criminal Cases,” at the 17th Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law in Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 16-22.

Professor Henry M. Ordower
July 20, 2006

Professor Ordower gave the talk, “Restricting the Legislative Power to Tax,” at the 17th Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law in Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 16-22.

Professor Constance Z. Wagner
July 19, 2006

Connie Wagner presented a paper on "Terrorist Financing and the U.S. Response: Is There a Threat to Civil Liberties?" at the conference of Southeastern Association of Law Schools in July 2006.

Professor Stephen Thaman
June 30, 2006

Professor Thaman spoke on reform of Russian Law at an International Conference on Reform of Interrogation Methods in Criminal Investigation in Beijing, China, on March 30, 2006.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
June 28, 2006

Professor Goldman will be a guest on KMOX Radio from 8-9 p.m. on Sunday, July 2. He will be a guest with local attorney Don Wolff who hosts the show "Justice for All" every week, and will be discussing constitutional law, recent Supreme Court decisions and upcoming issues before the Court.

Professor Mark P. McKenna
June 27, 2006

Professor McKenna was interviewed in the September issue of Corporate Secretary magazine about trademarks, copyrights, internet liability and steps boards of directors can take to protect their companies.

Peggy McDermott
June 26, 2006

Peggy McDermott recently authored the Missouri chapter in Prestatehood Legal Materials, a newly published two-volume treatise researching the history and development of law in the U.S. and the change from territory to statehood.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
June 26, 2006

Professor Goldstein recently published the article, "Justice O’Connor’s Twenty-Five Year Expectation: The Legitimacy of Durational Limits in Grutter," in volume 67 of the Ohio State Law Journal.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
June 23, 2006

Professor Goldman was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about consumer privacy laws.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
June 21, 2006

A recently released report, "Confronting Confinement," by The Commission on Safety and Abuse in America's Prisons recommends, among other things, certification and decertification of correctional officers, citing Professor Goldman's work on peace officers.

Professor Ann Cronin-Oizumi
June 19, 2006

On June 8, Professor Cronin-Oizumi gave the presentation, "Beethoven's Fifth and IREAC: Proving the Power of Structure in Legal Writing," at the Twelfth Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute in Atlanta.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
June 15, 2006

Professor Goldman was a panelist at a conference in Fort Worth sponsored by investigative reporters and editors on the topic of "Policing the Police."

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
June 8, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the lecture (in Spanish), “The American Accusatory System of Criminal Procedure,” at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain.

Professor Frederic Bloom
June 1, 2006

Professor Bloom discussed constitutional rights and the case of Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson on St. Louis' 550 KTRS Radio morning show.

Professor Alan Howard
May 30, 2006

Professor Howard was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about student freedom-of-speech issues at a local high school.

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