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- Professor Victor Williams
Guest: Voice of Russia radio program on police power to conduct warrentless searches
- Professor Mark Rienzi
On Fox News with Megyn Kelly regarding Obamacare challenge by Little Sisters of the Poor, Feb. 26
- Professor George Garvey
Contributor: Vatican Conference on Financial Reforms and the Common Good
- Professor Lucia Silecchia
Presents: “The When and the Where of Love: The Complexity of Subsidiarity as a Framework for Law,” Pepperdine University
- Mar.262013-2014 Columbus School of Law Student Scholars Announced
The faculty is pleased to announce the 2013-2014 Columbus School of Law Student Scholars and the articles that they will present in the upcoming luncheon series - March 26 and April 23.
- Mar.27Securities Law Program in Cooperation with the Comparative & International Law Program
The Financial Crises and Its Impact on Financial Regulation in Europe