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 2012 

 

 
 
 
 
Professor Sandy Ogilvy to Receive 2013 Father Robert Drinan Award from AALS
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Nov. 3 commentary by Professor Victor Williams
 
Marta Andreasen, former chief accountant for the European Commission, speaks at the law school on Oct. 31.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Oct. 25
 
Oct. 25 edition
 
Oct. 24
 
Oct. 24
 
First published on Oct. 20
 
Oct. 18–20
 
Oct. 23
 
Oct. 23
 
Oct. 19
 
 
Oct. 17
 
Oct. 16
 
Oct. 15
 
 
Oct. 12
 
 
Oct. 10
 
 
Professor Rienzi Authors Op-Ed in U.S. News on Access to Emergency Contraception
Oct. 5
 
Oct. 3
 
Oct. 3
  
Clinical Skills Provide a Big Career Boost, say Alumni
Oct. 2
 
 
Sept. 28
 
Sept. 28
 
Sept. 26
 
Sept. 19–21
 
Sept. 25
 
Sept. 24
 
Sept. 24
 
To be honored Oct.10 
 
Illinois appellate court upholds right not to sell Plan B drugs.
 
Sept. 24
 
Sept. 20
 
Presentations in Czech Republic and Poland. 
 
Sept. 19
 
Sept. 18
 
Next article set to appear in Oct.
 
Professor Marshall Breger's Op-Ed, "Surprise, Politics and Religion Don't Mix" is published in Moment magazine
Sept/Oct 2012
 
Alumni Remember Dewey & LeBoeuf
 
Sept. 12
 
Sept. 13
 
Sept. 7
 
Sept. 7
 
Bloomberg BNA is publisher.
 
Trying to focus attention on trade deficits.
 
Op-Ed in Huffington Post.
 
Professor Fryderyk Zoll will teach European Contract Law in Sept.
 
 
Longtime veteran of U.S.Forest Service
Aug. 27, about a trademark issue at the University of Alabama.
 

Commenced new position on Aug. 20.

Law School Places More than 60 Alumni in Clerkships since 2009
Serving in federal and state courts and agencies.
 
Professor Faith Mullen Urges Child Welfare Lawyers to See the Value of Case Theory

Spoke to 500 colleagues at national conference in Chicago.  
 
Froling is a partner with Arent Fox in Washington, D.C.
 
Aug. 17
 
Aug. 13 is Orientation Day.
 
July 29–Aug. 4

Professor Lisa Martin Hosts International Visitors to Discuss Protections for Women

Aug. 7
 
Alexandra Dapolito Dunn, a Lecturer-in-Law and 1994 alumna, to chair ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources.
Term commences Aug. 5.
 
Aug. 2
 
July 30.
 
July 28–29
 
July 16–17
 
When a law dean stepped down, a sister school at CUA offered a moving goodbye.
 
July 16
 
Professor Faith Mullen also presents. 
 
Banff, July 12–14
 
Stipend enables summer externship at FCC.
 
July 11
 
June 25
 
 
Professor Rienzi Gets Win in First Amendment Case on Independence Day
Life News.
 
 
June 26.
 
 
Quoted by Fox News
 
June 2012
 
June 15.
 
Four-day conference in D.C.
 
June 11–15
 
Jen Tschirch's appointment begins in September.
 
From Paul Serini, 1983, and his wife Susan.
 
Airdate: May 30.
 
One year appointment begins in August.
 
More than one-third of the new graduates contributed to the law school fun. 
 
Fifty-two Catholic University law school students were honored on May 24.

Whether government is trying to bridge the separation of church and state was the subject of a roundtable discussion held at the National Press Club on May 21.
 
May 22, Capital Business Section.

Laws that regulate tax-exempt organizations need to be brought into line with today’s realities, he said.
 
Symposium Honoring 50 Year Career of Professor Arthur Miller.
 
May 13

Wiley is a former FCC Chairman and founding partner of Wiley Rein LLP.

Conference examined ways in which legal scholars transform communities through advocacy, scholarship, and community engagement.
 
Annual champagne toast on April 26.

Among the speakers at “Conference on Modes of Activism and Engagement in the Chinese Public Sphere,” held at National University of Singapore on April 26 and 27.
 
Season's summary from Professor Harris Weinstein.

CUA Law Community Celebrates the Deanship of Veryl Miles
April 21

Experts assess the impact of the most significant redo to the U.S. patent system in fifty years at an April 19 symposium.

LSP Students Enjoy the Live Finale to a Semester-Long Mediation Exercise
Morgan v. Architronics, Inc. played out on April 17.
 
April 17

She was among four honorees recognized at the 26th Annual Awards Dinner of The John Carroll Society, held on April 14.
 
April 13
 
April 11 lecture by Yale Law School Professor Stephen L. Carter.
 
April 11
 
April 11 symposium sponsored by CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law & Policy and the Institute for Communications Law Studies.
 
Tops in individual service hours.
 
Research to focus on role of technology in the problem.
 
April 3
 
March 30
 
14th annual Wechsler competition hosted by University of Buffalo.
 
March 22–24, Las Vegas
 
Keynoted by U.S. District Court Judge Peter Messitte.
 
March 27
 
March 26
 
March 25
 
Bests 26 teams at Kaufman Competition in New York City.
 
March 20
 
March 15–17 in Sacramento.
 
 
March 13 debate. 
 
2008 grad offers message of hope.
 
42 teams from 25 nations competed in Frankfurt, Germany.
 
Addresses the issue of reliance in securities law.
 
Law school ranked 82nd in annual survey.
 
Students, Portuguese regulators attend.
 
Spoke at Harvard and UCLA law schools.
 
March 9
 
March 6
 
March 1–4, 2012.
 
Dessert competition donates proceeds to St. Ann's.
 
Discusses freedom of religion.
 
Feb. 24 in Chicago.
 
More than 30 exhibitors represented.
 
Feb. 24

National Law Journal, Feb. 27.
 
Feb. 23 at the National Press Club.
 
Feb. 23
Four graduates speak on Feb. 22.
 
Feb. 21
 
Feb. 17 fundraiser will cover summer stipends for students in public interest law.
 
1L James Uthmeier recognized as Best Overall Advocate.
 
Three CUA law alumni among the speakers.
 
3L Kelsey Darnell's Feb. 15 Student Scholar Series address.
 
Feb. 16
 
Kara Reidy of Patton Boggs shared tips with students on Feb. 14.
 
Can We Trust Our Eyes in Criminal Trials?
Law Review symposium on Feb. 10. 
 
J. of Contemporary Health Law Symposium, Feb. 10.
 
Feb. 9 discussion sponsored by BLSA
 
First presentation set for Feb 15.
 
Discusses health care mandate.
 
CUA Named "Military Friendly"
Law school joins Yellow Ribbon Program 2012.
 
Feb. 2
 
Eugene Scalia spoke on Jan. 27
 
FINRA's Criminal Prosecution Assistance Group explained to students on Jan. 30
 
 
The perils and pluses of social media, discussed on Jan. 27.
 
The perils and pluses of social media, discussed on Jan. 27.
 
Cherry is managing editor of CommLaw Conspectus.
 
Jan. 16
 
Lauds Supreme Court's decision in Hosanna-Tabor v. EEOC.
 
Former aide to Gov. Christie.
 
Appointment in January 2012.
 
Jan. 4–8, 2012  
 
Jan. 4, 2012
 
SUPCO to hear challenge to standards on Jan. 10.
 

 

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