Three stations across the U.S. -- Florida, North Carolina and Texas -- are now rebroadcasting our international law radio show.
Professor Sharona Hoffman has been invited by the White House to participate in the Precision Medicine Initiative Summit on February 25 in Washington, D.C.
Professor Sharona Hoffman, a national health law expert, discusses her book, which serves as a resource for people who are planning for their own aging and for those who are taking care of elderly loved ones.
Case Western Reserve’s Jessup International Law Moot Court Team went undefeated in the preliminary rounds of the competition, and two team members won the second and third best overall speaker awards.
Kayla Baker’s piece, “Never Quite the Woman that She Wanted to Be: How State Policies Transform a Transsexual's Identification into a Scarlet Letter,” won a national competition sponsored by the Williams Institute at UCLA Law School.
Police use of force has always been a complicated issue, yet new challenges in the modern age are adding dimensions the nation has never seen before. Professor Michael Benza, a noted criminal law expert, discusses these issues in light of the announcement not to indict police in the Tamir Rice case.