Faculty Activities & Publications | April 2021


Associate Dean Arthur Acevedo
  • He was interviewed by Crain’s Chicago Business in a story about directors of Tribune Publishing recommending shareholders vote for a sale to Alden Global Capital while acknowledging a competing bid is worth more money. Dean Acevedo addressed the obligations of a corporate board and why a lower offer might be preferred by the group.
Associate Dean Samuel V. Jones
  • He was interviewed during a WTTW-TV “Chicago Tonight” news segment on the Chicago Police shootings of Anthony Alvarez and Adam Toledo.
  • He joined WBEZ’s “Reset” for a segment that covered racial disparities in police use-of-force incidents in the wake of the Daunte Wright killing in Minnesota.
  • He appeared on “ABC Nightline” to discuss the killing of Daunte Wright and racial disparities in police use of force.
Professor Kim Ricardo
  • She was interviewed by Telemundo Chicago for a story on the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office internal investigation into certain statements that were made in bond court on April 10 in the case of Ruben Roman and Adam Toledo.
  • She published “Necrophilia: A New Social-Harm Taxonomy of U.S. Laws.” Volume 27 of the William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice (2021).
Professor Daryl Lim
  • His article, Judging Equivalence, 36 Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal 223 (2020),  was judged as “one of the best law review articles related to intellectual property law” in 2020 and selected for inclusion in the 2021 Edition of Intellectual Property Law Review by Thomson Reuters (West).
  • He was a speaker at the World IP Forum on Antitrust’s AI Revolution. 
  • He was a moderator and convenor for Patent Law, Policy, and Practice: An Insider’s View from the World Outside, IP Master Class: Strategies for the Federal Circuit, District Courts, ITC, and PTAB.
  • He was a moderator at the Fordham IP Conference for the Antitrust, AI, and Digital Platforms panel.
  • He published the article Can Computational Antitrust Succeed? in the Stanford Computational Antitrust.
  • He published The Influence of Alice in the 105 Minnesota Law Review Headnotes 345 (2021).
Professor Ann Lousin
  • She was the recipient of the 2021 Best of Illinois History Award for Ongoing Periodicals for her Illinois Constitutional Columns published by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.” She received the award for the tenth year in a row.
  • Her article, “Supreme Court Could Improve with Term Limits, Expanding to 11,” was published by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Professor Maureen B. Collins
  • She is the inaugural recipient and namesake of the UIC Review of Intellectual Property Law’s Maureen B. Collins Award for Excellence.
Professor Steven D. Schwinn
  • He appeared on FOX Chicago’s “Good Day Chicago” to talk about the legality of COVID-19 vaccine “passports.”


Tracy Crump
  • She published “Providing Virtual Legal Writing Support to Law Students Beyond the Classroom” in the Legal Writing Institute’s The Second Draft (Volume 34, No. 1)

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