Friday, March 1, 2013
Yet another reason why I love the University of Cincinnati College of Law and my colleagues: the law school faculty today is holding a "Teach-In", offering 12 CLE programs for lawyers with all proceeds going toward student scholarships (were I not in Malibu, there would have been 13):
- Marjorie Aaron: Client Science: Toward Loyal Clients Who Trust Their Lawyers and Believe the Bad News
- Lynn Bai, Broker-Dealers' Obligations as Clients: What Does Fiduciary Duties Add to the Palette?
- Marianna Bettman, Hot Cases from the Ohio Supreme Court
- Chris Bryant, Constitutional Law Update: Federalism After the "ObamaCare" Ruling
- Jacob Cogan, International Sales: How Do We Advise Thee? Let Us Count the Laws!
- Emily Houh, Is Mutual Assent Extinct or Still the Contract Linchpin?
- Bert Lockwood, Contemporary Slavery
- Brad Mank, An Environmental and Energy Law Overview on Climate Change Issues
- Stephanie McMahon, What Non-Tax Folks Should Know About Federal Taxes for Selling a Business
- Janet Moore, Fact-Busting, Theory-Building, and Storyboarding: Narrative Strategies for Litigation
- Ronna Greff Schnieder, Hop Topics Under the First Amendment
- Carrie Wood, Politics, DNA, and the Innocence Revolution