Faculty Activities & Publications | April 2017

FACULTY

Professor Allison Bethel

  • She published the column “Home sharing: A new frontier for housing discrimination” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

Professor Marc Ginsberg

  • His paper, “Beyond Canterbury: Can Medicine And Law Agree About Informed Consent? And Does It Matter?” was published in the 45 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 106 (2017).
  • He was a Faculty Works in Progress presenter. His presentation was titled “An Evidentiary Oddity: ‘Careful Habit’-Does The Law Of Evidence Embrace This Archaic/Modern Concept?”
  • He has been requested to act as a peer reviewer for the American Journal of Law & Medicine.

Professor Kevin Hopkins

  • He provided comments to Bloomberg regarding a United Airlines passenger who suffered injuries after being removed from a plane.

Professor Cecil Hunt

  • He participated in a discussion about the barriers to housing that formerly incarcerated people face as part of John Marshall’s Fair Housing month activities.

Professor Samuel Jones

  • He has been named interim director of the law school’s Summer College to Access Legal Education Skills (SCALES).

Professor Daryl Lim

  • He participated in two panels at the Fordham University School of Law’s 25th Annual Intellectual Property Law & Policy Conference.

Professor Hugh Mundy

  • He published the column “Will prison sentences rise with Trump” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

Professor Samuel Olken

  • He lectured on “The Constitution as an Article of Faith: Chief Justice John Marshall and the Preamble” as this year’s Lee Chair in Constitutional Law.

Professor Timothy O’Neill

  • He published the column “New book brings new solution to solving prison overcrowding issue” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

Professor Steven Schwinn

  • He represented a Syrian student in his application for asylum and won.
  • He provided comments to Bloomberg regarding a case about a procedural administrative issue dealing with prisoners’ civil rights.
  • He provided comments to Christian Science Monitor regarding sanctuary cities.
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