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Faculty Achievements: Week of October 14, 2013

Professors Kenny Ching, and David Wagner will be participating in a panel discussion on a Christian perspective on constitutional law during the Regent Law Faculty Colloquium on October 29.

Professor James Davids presented a lecture entitled “Is the Present Administration the Worst Abuser of Executive Power in History?”  last week at Calvin College, Hillsdale College, and Spring Arbor University.

Professor James J. Duane will be lecturing on constitutional law to the Federalist Society at Nova Law School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on November 4.

On October 25 Professor Thomas Folsom will be participating at the Seventh Annual Intellectual  Property Scholars Forum sponsored by the University of Akron School of Law’s Center for Intellectual Property and Technology. On October 28, Professor Folsom will be a speaker at Gonzaga Law School where he will be presenting a paper entitled “Building a Trademark and Copyright-Compliant Internet: Can it be Done?”

On October 31- November 1, Professor Lynne Marie Kohm will be participating in Elon Law Review’s Annual Symposium.  This year, the symposium is focused on the SCOTUS marriage decisions from the summer of 2013. Kohm will present a paper entitled “The Collateral Effects of Windsor and Perry on Family Law” (co-authored with 3L Elizabeth Oklevitch). The paper will be published by the Elon Law Review (see http://www.elon.edu/e-web/law/law_review/default.xhtml).

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