Professor Keith Hall spoke on “Models for Compensating Landowners for Carbon Capture Pore Space Rights” at the Natural Resources Teachers Workshop in Vail, Colorado on July 23. He also participated in the Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law’s quarterly Board of Directors meeting, annual meeting of the organization’s Trustees Council, and the organization’s Annual Institute.
Professor Lisa Avalos recently published two editorials in the Sandusky Register. "Sex Crimes: Police Can Do Better" addresses sexual assault investigation failures in Ohio. "Schooling Jim Jordan & Dave Yost" analyzes elected officials’ response to the recent case involving a ten-year-old Ohio girl who obtained an abortion in Indiana.
Professor Elizabeth Carter was recently quoted by The New Yorker in an article about how Americans are using prenuptial agreements to protect themselves from the worst impacts of the American debt-collection system.
Professors Tracy Norton, Susan Tanner, and Heidi Thompson spoke on a panel at the 20th Biennial Legal Writing Institute Conference on "Are You Certain I Can Be Uncertain? Exploring Strategies for Relating to, Recognizing, Realizing, and Refining Modal Language in Student Writing." Professor Marlene Krousel prepared materials that Professor Tanner presented in addition to presenting her own materials.
Professor Ray Diamond joined U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, U.S. Congresswoman and Chair of the Black Legislative Caucus Joyce Beatty, and Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Kristin Clarke at a virtual town hall meeting on July 29. The meeting was focused on the nation's response to gun violence and combatting racial extremism, and it was sponsored by Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity.