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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.

Professor Thomas L. Greaney
November 1, 2006

Professor Greaney was quoted in the Delaware News Journal about health care insurance choices.

Professor Eric R. Claeys
October 23, 2006

Professor Claeys was quoted in the October 10 Orange County Register story, “Power of Newport Ballot Measure in Doubt,” about eminent domain.

Professor Henry M. Ordower
October 19, 2006

Professor Ordower's article, "Demystifying Hedge Funds: A Design Primer," will be published in the University of California Davis Journal of Business Law's Spring 2007 issue.

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
October 3, 2006

Professor Thaman recently published the article, "Rußland: Rückkehr der fehlfreien Justiz" (Russia: Return of Errorless Justice) in Transformation des Rechts in Ost und West (Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Herwig Roggemann zum 70. Geburtstag) (Dirk Fischer ed. 2006).

Professor Stephen C. Thaman
October 3, 2006

Professor Thaman gave the lecture, "Juries and Mixed Courts in the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia," at the conference, "Citizen Participation in East Asian Legal Systems," sponsored by Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture, Cornell Law School, September 22-23, 2006.

He also had the article, Analiz proekta zakona RK "O protivodeystvii legalizatsii (otmyvaniiu) dokhodov, poluchennykh nekonnym putem, i finansirovaniiu terrorizma," (Analysis of Draft Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On Fighting the Legalization (laundering) of Illegal Income and the Financing of Terrorism"), published in Number 5 Yurist (Kazakhstan) (2006), at 44.

Professor Camille A. Nelson
October 2, 2006

Professor Nelson's article, "Multicultural Feminism: Assessing Systemic Fault in a Provocative Context," was published in volume 17 of the University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy (2006). Her chapter entitled "The Conflicting and Contradictory Dance: The Essential Management of Identity for Women of Colour in the Legal Academy" was published in Calling for Change: Women, Law and the Legal Profession Ten Years After Touchstones (2006).

Professor Eric Miller
October 2, 2006

Professor Miller presented "The Future of Reparations," as part of the Judiciary Braintrust panel on the subject of "Reparations: Building Bridges Within the Movement" at the 36th Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Congress on September 8.

Professors Paige Canfield and Christine Rollins
October 2, 2006

Professors Canfield and Rollins published the chapter, “Habeas Corpus,” in Missouri Remedies - MoBarCLE 6th edition.

Professor Mark Bernstein
October 2, 2006

Professor Bernstein's review of Introduction to U.S. Law and Legal Research by Dana Neacsu was published in the Spring 2006 issue of the International Journal of Legal Information, the official journal of the International Association of Law Libraries.

Professor Peter W. Salsich Jr.
September 22, 2006

Professor Salsich was quoted in the St. Louis Post Dispatch about the St. Louis School Board.

Professor Nicolas P. Terry
September 21, 2006

Professor Terry was featured on ModernHealthcare.com in an article about electronic health records.

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.

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