Co-Dean Jessica Berg is heading the Legal Committee of Blockland
, an initiative to establish Cleveland as a national hub for Blockchain technology and applications. She and other Blockland
leaders spoke about the initiative at the Cleveland City Club on January 29
Anat Alon-Beck has accepted the offer to join Case Western Reserve University School of Law as Assistant Professor of Law on the tenure track. Her research focuses on corporate law and entrepreneurship, with a particular focus on how legal and regulatory structures influence entrepreneurial opportunities and firms.
Andrew Pollis, a CWRU law professor with significant litigation experience, was recently appointed as chair of the Ohio Supreme Court Commission on the Rules of Practice and Procedure.
The project, an open-sourced student initiative to document and map war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Yemeni Civil War, will provide prosecutors in a future tribunal a trial package to help and guide an efficient investigation and prosecution of the responsible parties.
Professor Jonathan Adler co-authored an opinion piece for The New York Times
regarding the legality of the decision issued on Friday night by a federal judge in Texas that strikes down the entire Affordable Care Act.
Four law school faculty and staff recently traveled to five cities in Asia to meet with students and alumni, develop new partnerships and present research. The law school boasts over 400 alumni throughout Asia.