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October 2018

Professor Jim McGoldrick teaching

Publications

Professor Derek Muller, "Cyber Interference in Elections and Federal Agency Action" — Harvard Law Review Blog

Professors Jack Coe and Trey Childress Publish Private International Law and Arbitration

Professor Barry McDonald, "Should the Supreme Court Matter So Much?" — New York Times

Professor James McGoldrick, "The Commerce Clause, The Preposition, and the Rational Basis Test" — University of Massachusetts Law Review (forthcoming)

Professor James McGoldrick, "The Rational Basis Test and Why it is so Irrational" — San Diego Law Review (forthcoming)

Presentations

Professor Ed Larson Presents "The Scopes Trial in History and Folklore" — McDaniel College

Professor Maureen Weston Participates in Annual Sports Law Conference

Professor Kris Knaplund Presents "The Unintended Consequences for Dynasty Trusts" — American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

Professor Michael Helfand Presents "American Jewish Identity" — Shalom Hartman Institute

Professor Michael Helfand Speaks on Religious Discrimination and Jewish Law — National Conference for Jewish Lawyers and Jurists

Professor Bob Cochran Presents "Professionals and Moral Responsibility" — China University and University of Virginia

Professor Tom Stipanowich Speaks at Commercial Arbitration Conference – Peking University Transnational Law School

Professor Ahmed Taha Presents "Regulating the Advertising of Opinions" — University of Toronto Law

Professor Colleen Graffy Presents "Will Populism Continue Its Rise?" — Pacific Council on International Policy

Professors Amy Levin and Mireille Butler Present "Small Tweaks That Make A Difference" — Western Regional Legal Writing Conference

Professor Derek Muller Presents "Partisan Gerrymandering and the Political Process" — Howard University School of Law

Professor Ed Larson Presents "The Catastrophic Election of 1800" — North Carolina State University

Media Coverage

Professor Barry McDonald Interviewed on "Sandra Day O'Connor announces possible Alzheimer diagnosis" — KPCC Radio

Professor Barry McDonald Interviewed on "Should the Supreme Court Matter So Much?" — KGO Radio

Professor Barry McDonald Interviewed on Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings – CBC News Network

Other

Professor Tanya Cooper Participates in Southern Clinical Conference – University of South Carolina

Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh Named to Weinstein International Foundation Board of Directors