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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.

Professor Tim Greaney
January 12, 2007

Professor Greaney spoke at the annual conference of the Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA) held at Universite Paris-Dauphine and the Universite de Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne on December 8-9. His paper was titled, "Alchemy in the Age of Empiricism: Examining the Efficiencies Defense in American Merger Law."

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
January 12, 2007

Professor Goldstein was quoted in a Bloomberg.com story about Vice President Cheney and the Lewis Libby trial.

Professor Mark Bernstein
January 12, 2007

Professor Bernstein's article, "One Size Fits All No More: The Impact of Law Specialization on Library Services," will be published in the March issue of Spectrum, the official monthly publication of the American Association of Law Libraries.

Professor John J. Ammann
January 12, 2007

Professor Ammann discussed how to legally change your name in the January 2007 issue of Consumer Reports Money Adviser.

Professors John Ammann and Sue McGraugh
January 12, 2007

Professors Ammann and McGraugh were counsel in a federal lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security which was recently settled and resulted in the naturalization of 50 Bosnian war refugees by Judge Stephen Limbaugh in a ceremony held on December 9. The lawsuit alleged the government had illegally delayed the processing of citizenship applications and had violated statutory deadlines for the oath ceremony for the Bosnians. John and Sue co-counseled the case with Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry and Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. Several students, including Hannah Williams and Robert Caldwell, played an integral part in the case.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
December 21, 2006

Professor Goldstein was interviewed by the New York Times about the vice president testifying in his ex-aide's trial. The story ran in several other major outlets including the San Francisco Chronicle and the International Herald Tribune (France).

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
December 15, 2006

Professor Thaman was in Jakarta, Indonesia, December 4-8, working with the working group responsible for drafting a new Code of Criminal Procedure for the Republic of Indonesia. This was upon invitation of the US Dept. of Justice. He also gave a talk to the group on "Comparative Approaches to Plea-Bargaining and Consensual Resolution of Criminal Cases."

Professor Eric Miller
December 15, 2006

Professor Miller was quoted in the Chicago Tribune about slavery reparations.

Professor Constance Z. Wagner
December 14, 2006

Professor Wagner presented her paper, “Corporate Social Responsibility in the International Business Law Curriculum,” at the conference, “International Economic Law - The State and Future of the Discipline,” sponsored by the American Society of International Law, International Economic Law Group, in November. She was also reappointed to the executive council of the International Law Committee of the Missouri Bar.

Professor John J. Ammann
December 12, 2006

Professor Ammann was interviewed by KMOX 1120 AM about class action lawsuits related to the recent St. Louis-area power outages.

Professor Henry M. Ordower
December 7, 2006

Professor Ordower gave the lecture, "Introduction to U.S. Tax Law: U.S. as Paradigm for EU Centralized Taxation" at the University of Paris-Dauphine on Monday, December 4.

Professor Frederic Bloom
December 7, 2006

Professor Bloom was recently interviewed on KMOX 1120 AM about racial diversity and school desegregation plans.

Professor Camille A. Nelson
December 5, 2006

Professor Nelson was quoted in the December 2 Associated Press story, “Race a Complicated Issue in NYC Shooting.”

Professor Henry M. Ordower
December 4, 2006

Professor Ordower presented a seminar on Trusts, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and U.S. Tax Transparency at the Université de Paris-Dauphine on Friday, December 1, 2006.

Professor Constance Z. Wagner
November 22, 2006

Professor Wagner was quoted in the St. Louis Business Journal about in-store banking at Wal-Mart stores.

Professor Joel K. Goldstein
November 20, 2006

Professor Goldstein was recently interviewed by Bloomberg News about Vice President Cheney.

Professor Peter W. Salsich Jr.
November 17, 2006

Professor Salsich was interviewed by KSDK Channel 5 about teen curfews at shopping malls.

Professor Roger L. Goldman
November 15, 2006

Professor Goldman was quoted in the Newark Star-Ledger about racial profiling by police.

Professor Sidney D. Watson
November 13, 2006

Professor Watson is co-author of a series of reports by the Saint Louis University Health Policy Legislative Analysis Team, published by the Missouri Foundation for Health, that analyze the Massachusetts universal health care reform law and its applicability to Missouri. The first report in the series, "The Missouri Health Care Landscape," compares the Missouri and Massachusetts environments, and was released this past summer.

Professor Nicolas P. Terry
November 13, 2006

Professor Terry is contributing author of a series of reports by the Saint Louis University Health Policy Legislative Analysis Team, published by the Missouri Foundation for Health, that analyze the Massachusetts universal health care reform law and its applicability to Missouri. The first report in the series, "The Missouri Health Care Landscape," compares the Missouri and Massachusetts environments, and was released this past summer.

Professor Peter W. Salsich Jr.
November 13, 2006

Professor Salsich spoke at a Symposium on Employer Assisted Housing Benefits sponsored by FOCUS St. Louis, Freddie Mac, the RCGA, Washington University Medical Center and Anheuser-Busch Employees' Credit Union on Wednesday, November 8.

Professor Douglas K. Rush
November 13, 2006

Professor Rush's article, "Through the Looking Glass: Judicial Deference to Academic Decision-makers", was published in volume 10 of the University of Richmond Journal of Law and Public Interest.

Professor Carol A. Needham
November 13, 2006

Professor Needham's article, "The Professional Responsibilities of Law Professors: The Scope of the Duty of Confidentiality, Character and Fitness Questionnaires, and Engagement in Governance," was published in the March 2006 issue of the Journal of Legal Education.

Professor Mark P. McKenna
November 13, 2006

Professor McKenna's article, "The Normative Foundations of Trademark Law," will be published in the May 2007 issue of the Notre Dame Law Review.

Professor Mark P. McKenna
November 13, 2006

Professor McKenna's article, "Intellectual Property, Privatization and Democracy: A Response to Professor Rose," was published in the Spring 2006 issue of the Saint Louis University Law Journal.

Professor Thomas L. Greaney
November 13, 2006

Professor Greaney was quoted in a Dow Jones Marketwatch.com story about anti-trust issues in the proposed CVS-Caremark merger.

Professor John E. Dunsford
November 13, 2006

Professor Dunsford's op-ed piece, "A Clone is a Clone is a Clone," on the Embryonic Stem Cells Initiative (Amendment 2), appeared in the August 24 edition of the Springfield News-Leader. He also delivered the paper, "Third Party Interests: Balancing Individual and Group Rights at the Arbitration Hearing," at the Fall education conference of the National Academy of Arbitrators in New Orleans. His reminiscences, "The Night Hank Williams Came to Town," appeared in the Spring issue of the organization's magazine, The Chronicle.

Professor Thomas L. Greaney
November 7, 2006

Professor Greaney was the Inaugural Visiting Consortium Professor on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences at the University of Minnesota from October 30-November 1. He gave the lecture on the 2003 law reforming Medicare, "Nation Building or Insurgency? The Medicare Modernization Act of 2003." He presented a paper to the law faculty and gave a lecture to students. Other events included meeting with consortium members, Joint Degree Program partners, Joint Degree Program students, faculty throughout the University and relevant community members.

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