Faculty Activities & Publications | December 2015

faculty activities publications

Professor Arthur Acevedo

  • He wrote an op-ed for the Chicago Tribune discussing whether using a blank as the first bullet in a police officer’s chamber would save lives.

Professor Gerald Berendt

  • He was interviewed by Debtwire on the looming strike by the Chicago Teachers Union.

Professor William Ford

  • He was interviewed by radio show Everyday Law on 98.3 WRLR.

Professor Marc Ginsberg

  • He was appointed as the Professor-Reporter for the Illinois Supreme Court Committee on Illinois Evidence.

Professor Sam Jones

  • He provided comments to WBBM-CBS Chicago regarding how to reduce police misconduct and confrontations with residents in Chicago’s neighborhoods.
  • He was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Chicago Innocence Center, an organization devoted to investigating wrongful convictions and remedying critical mistakes made within the criminal justice system.

Professor Ann Lousin

  • She provided comments to CLTV “Politics Tonight” regarding whether Gov. Rauner has legal authority to turn away refugees.

Professor Timothy O’Neill

  • He published the following column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:
    • “Subjective interpretations run counter to the law’s objective nature”

Professor Steven Schwinn

  • He provided comments to Star-Telegram regarding an affirmative action case to be argued for the second time before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Professor David Sorkin

  • He provided comments to Fox 32 News regarding privacy law and the use of communication messaging networks by terrorist groups.

Adjunct Faculty 

Professor Raymond McKoski

  • Judge McKoski was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Illinois State Bar Association.

Professor E. Leonard Rubin

  • He published the following column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:
    • “Copyrighting ‘Mr. Batmobile’ ” 

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