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Faculty Speaker's Bureau

Below are the list of our Faculty Experts and the topics they are speaking on around the country. To arrange for a faculty speaker to visit your firm, contact lawcareers@case.edu.

Jonathan H. Adler

Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law; Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation
Making Sense of the US Supreme Court
The Fable of Federal Environmental Regulation
The Continuing Evolution of Administrative Law



Michael Benza

Senior Instructor in Law
4th Amendment and the Resurgent Trespass Theory
Current State of Lethal Injection and the Death Penalty
Police Use of Force Issues (Brelo, Rice and Beyond)
The Supreme Court, the Fourth Amendment, and Modern Technology



Jaime Bouvier

Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills
Leadership in the Law: What Neuroscience, Psychology, and Organizational Behavior Can Teach Us About Being A Good Leader
Urban Agriculture Law & Policy: Food Systems and Local Land Use Laws



Juscelino F. Colares

Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Business Law and Professor of Political Science; Associate Director, Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
International Trade and Energy Development
Anti-Corruption in Business Transactions
International Trade Law and Policy (I can speak on President Trump’s approach to trade negotiations)
International Cooperation on Civil and Criminal Matters



Avidan Y. Cover

Professor of Law; Director, Institute for Global Security Law and Policy
Do International Human Rights Matter in the US?
Do You Have Anything to Hide? Privacy and Technology in the Post-Snowden World
Police Brutality & Civil Liability



Joseph A. Custer

Associate Professor of Law & Director, Judge Ben C. Green Law Library
Legal Records
Electronic Discovery



Richard Gordon

Director of the Financial Integrity Institute; Associate Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center; Professor of Law
Integrity Compliance Requirements for Non-Experts
Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Compliance



Maureen Guirguis (Kenny)

Professor of Law, Co-Director of The Human Trafficking Project
Advanced Legal Writing
Gender Differences in the Practice of Law
Persuasive Legal Writing
Human Trafficking in America



Ayesha Bell Hardaway

Assistant Professor of Law
Criminal Law
Labor, 13th Amendment and Peonage
Race and the Law
Reparations
Consent Decrees, Police Reform, Civil Rights



B. Jessie Hill

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Judge Ben C. Green Professor of Law
State of Reproductive Rights in Ohio & Beyond



Sharona Hoffman

Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law; Professor of Bioethics; Co-Director of the Law-Medicine Center
Aging with a Plan: How A Little Thought Today Can Vastly Improve Your Tomorrow
Big Data, Public Health, and Ethics
E-Health Hazards: Provider Liability and Electronic Health Records
The Use and Misuse of Biomedical Data: Is Bigger Really Better?



Lewis R. Katz

John C. Hutchins Professor of Law; Director, Foreign Graduate Studies
Criminal Law and Procedure
Arrest, search and seizure
Police Issues



Charles Korsmo

Professor of Law
Appraisal Arbitrage and the Future of Public Company M&A



Jean M. McQuillan

Assistant Professor of Law
Ohio Ethics Update
Use of Social Media by Attorneys and the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct



Maxwell J. Mehlman

Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law and Professor of Bioethics, School of Medicine; Director of the Law-Medicine Center; Distinguished University Professor
Military Bioethics
Promoting Trust Between Patients and Health Care Providers
The Promise and Peril of Genetic Engineering
What’s Wrong with Doping in Sports?
Performance Enhancement and the Law



Kathryn S. Mercer

Professor of Lawyering Skills
Child Welfare
Dispute Resolution
Ethics in Negotiation
Oral Advocacy
Mediation
Persuasive Brief Writing



Dale A. Nance

John Homer Kapp Professor of Law
The Daubert Reliability Requirement: Why it is Meaningless, and How to Fix It
Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado: Have the Gates Opened to Impeachment of Jury Verdicts?
The Weights of Evidence: How Different Meanings Have Radically Different Implications



Craig A. Nard

Galen J. Roush Professor of Law; Director, Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts and the FUSION Certificate Program in Design, Innovation & IP Management
International and Comparative Aspects of Patent Law
New Developments in Patent Law and Policy



Aaron Perzanowski

Professor of Law
Consumer Ownership of Digital Media and Developing Digital Resale Markets
Regulation of Copying and Creativity



Andrew S. Pollis

Professor of Law
Appellate Jurisdiction in Ohio
Jurisdiction in Federal Appellate Courts
Standards of Appellate Review
The Death of Inference: How Courts Have Eroded the Jury’s Power to Draw Inferences from Circumstantial Evidence, and What We Should Do About It
Trying the Trial: Why Jurors Should Be Permitted to Hear Evidence of Litigation Misconduct
Understanding Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b) – and Why It’s Time to Get Rid of It
Proposals for Streamlining Civil Litigation



Cassandra Burke Robertson

John Deaver Drinko - BakerHostetler Professor of Law; Director of the Center for Professional Ethics
New Supreme Court Precedent on Personal Jurisdiction
Student Debt and Legal Ethics
Yelp for Lawyers: The Law and Ethics of Online Reviews



Matthew Rossman

Professor of Law
Evaluating Trickle Down Charity: When is Economic Development Charitable?
Understanding the Long-Term Housing Market Impact of the Foreclosure Crisis
Nonprofit Law/Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations
Transactional Law



Timothy Webster

Associate Professor of Law
Director of Asian Legal Studies
U.S. Director, Joint Program in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution

Is U.S. Investment Policy Anti-Asian?



Lisa M. Wood

Assistant Professor of Law
The National Trend Toward Standardized Contract Drafting Skills
Conducting Due Diligence for Seller & Buyer



Ruqaiijah Yearby

Associate Dean of Institutional Diversity and Inclusiveness, David L. Brennan Professor of Law, and Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Medicine
Children and Medical Research
Health Disparities
Emerging Biotechnology: Ethical Issues for a Global Society



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