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Professor Frederic Bloom
March 30, 2006

Professor Bloom was interviewed on "Total Information AM" on KMOX radio on Wednesday, March 29. He discussed the military tribunals that the Supreme Court is weighing in on.

Professor Constance Z. Wagner
March 27, 2006

Professor Wagner published her paper, "Gender Mainstreaming in International Trade Law: Catalyst for Economic Development and Political Stability," in the book, Trade as Guarantor of Peace, Liberty and Security? Critical, Historical and Empirical Perspectives (American Society of International Law, Studies in Transnational Legal Policy No. 37). The book is a collection of the proceedings of a conference sponsored by the American Society of International Law, International Economic Law Interest Group, held at American University, Washington College of Law, in February 2005.

Professor Eric Miller
March 22, 2006

Professor Miller's article, "Playing the Insider's Game,", was featured on the front page of law.com.

Miller is also the guest contributor for the month of March on blackprof.com. His story, "Maine's Shameful Racial History," can be read by visiting the Web site.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
March 8, 2006

Professor Goldman was interviewed by KSDK-TV about state laws that conflict with the U.S. Constitution.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 16, 2006

Professor Goldstein was quoted in a January 10 story in Europa, a newsweekly in Rome, about Vice-President Dick Cheney.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 16, 2006

Professor Goldstein was quoted in the February 15 Newsday story, “Shot Gives Critics Ammo,” about the accidental shooting involving vice president Dick Cheney.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 16, 2006

Professor Goldstein was interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, McClatchy Newspapers and Cox Newspapers about Vice President Cheney’s hunting accident.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
February 15, 2006

Professor Goldstein was interviewed by the Dallas Morning News about the hunting accident involving Vice President Dick Cheney. The story ran in nearly two dozen other news outlets, including the Kansas City Star.

Professor Sandra H. Johnson
February 10, 2006

Professor Johnson will be giving the talk, “Legal Environment of Phase IV Trials and Off-Label Prescribing,” for the SLUCOR Seminar on Tuesday, February 14 in Auditorium C of the Learning Resources Center.

Professor Frederic Bloom
February 7, 2006

Professor Bloom was interviewed by the Associated Press about the death penalty in Missouri. The story ran in several Missouri outlets, including the Kansas City Star.

Professor Frederic Bloom
February 2, 2006

Professor Bloom was on the KMOX radio show, "Total Information AM," on Thursday, February 2, at 7:50 a.m. He spoke about Samuel Alito voting to stay the execution in Missouri.

Professor Sandra H. Johnson
January 23, 2006

Professor Johnson recently had two chapters published in books, including "Living and Dying in Nursing Homes," which was published in Living with Grief: Ethical Dilemmas at the End of Life, and "Legal and Ethical Aspects" in Pain Management and Procedural Sedation in the Emergency Department.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
January 23, 2006

Professor Goldman was interviewed by KSDK-TV about the passing of Judge Theodore McMillian.

Professor David Sloss
January 20, 2006

Professor Sloss filed an amicus brief with U.S. Supreme Court in the consolidated cases of Sanchez-Llamas v. Oregon and Bustillo v. Johnson, which the Court will hear during the 2005-2006 term. Both cases raise questions about the judicial enforcement of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations in U.S. courts.

He also filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, which the Court will hear during the 2005-2006 term. The brief addresses the judicial enforcement of the Geneva Conventions in U.S. Courts.

Professor David Sloss
January 20, 2006

Professor Sloss' review of the book, The Limits of International Law (Jack Goldsmith and Eric Posner), "Do International Norms Influence State Behavior?" was published in volume 38 of the George Washington International Law Review (2006).

His article, "The Influence of International Law and International Tribunals on Harmonized or Hybrid Systems of Criminal Procedure," was published in volume 4 of the Washington University Global Studies Law Review (2005).

Professor Stephen Thaman
January 19, 2006

Professor Thaman gave a presentation to a parliamentary committee in the Kazakhstan Parliament in the capital, Astana, on January 13, in relation to draft money laundering legislation, as an expert of OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe).

Professor Jesse Goldner
January 10, 2006

Professor Goldner published The Ethics and Regulation of Research with Human Subjects (with C. Coleman, J. Menikoff & N. Dubler) in 2005.

Professor Frederic Bloom
January 10, 2006

Professor Bloom was a guest on KMOX radio's "Two Johns, No Waiting" program on Tuesday, January 10 at 10:30 p.m.

Professor Sidney D. Watson
January 9, 2006

Professor Watson was elected to the Editorial Board of the HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review in 2005.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
January 9, 2006

Professor Goldman was quoted by the Associated Press about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. The story appeared in many national news outlets, including the Los Angeles Times, Newsday and the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

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