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Professor Sterio Presents at Workshop; Participates in “Sound of Ideas” WCPN/90.3 Morning Show

M_STERIO.jpgProfessor and Associate Dean Milena Sterio participated in the American Society of International Law International Courts and Tribunals Annual Workshop on February 9; the Workshop was held was the John Marshall School of Law in Chicago.  Professor Sterio presented her article, “The Legacy of Ad Hoc International Tribunals.”

In addition, Professor Sterio participated as a panelist on “The Sound of Ideas” morning show on WCPN/90.3, where she discussed President Trump’s recently-announced immigration policy.  Audio and video of the show are available here.

Checkpoint Database from Thomson Reuters for Tax

Thomson Reuters Checkpoint is one-stop shopping for the needs of tax professionals. This product integrates comprehensive, authoritative content from Thomson Reuters (parent of Westlaw) with additional tools, well-known third-party content (such as WG&L), primary source materials, news, and online learning. There are primary tax documents and secondary analysis for federal, state, and local taxation, estate planning, pensions and benefits, international taxation, and payroll taxation. It covers tax, auditing, and corporate governance sources.

This database is not available off-campus.

Professor Sundahl Signs Contract to Write First Textbook on Space Law

https://www.law.csuohio.edu/sites/default/files/shared/mark.j.sundahl_90x120.jpgProfessor Mark Sundahl recently signed a contract with Routledge to write the first textbook on Space Law. The textbook will be marketed globally and will mirror the content of Professor Sundahl’s global online course, Space Law: A Global View, which will be offered for the first time in Summer 2018.

Counseling Services

The Counseling and Academic Success Clinic (CASC) is Cleveland State University’s on-campus counseling clinic, which provides free, confidential, supportive counseling services to students. Located in Main Classroom 215D, CASC provides a welcoming and serene environment for students to receive individual therapy and coaching services with Graduate Counseling Interns in a convenient location. CASC offers walk-in appointments and a variety of day and evening appointment times during the week.

For more information about CASC, please visit their website.

Sagers Quoted in New York Times and Wall Street Journal on Fox-Disney Merger

Chris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Professor of Law, recently spoke with both the Wall Street Journal  and New York Times columnist James Stewart for his “Common Sense” column, about the deal announced in which the Disney organization proposes to acquire substantial parts of the Twenty-First Century Fox film and TV production empire.