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Apolito can discuss federal, local and state law enforcement, criminalistics and forensic investigation, substance abuse intervention and prevention, juvenile justice, and career development in criminal justice. The U.S. Department of Education awarded him a National Excellence Award in Drug Prevention in 1989. He worked in law enforcement for 11 years and for 25 years as an administrator in a local school district directing the Safe & Drug-Free Schools and Communities (Grant) Program and the Criminal Justice Career Education Program. Quoted in/Interviewed by: The Associated Press, Arizona Republic, Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger, Columbus Dispatch, Las Vegas Sun, Newsday, Monster.com.
Brenner teaches criminal law, criminal procedure, a cybercrimes survey course and a cybercrimes seminar. An internationally renowned expert, she has spoken at numerous conferences, including Interpol's International Conference on Cybercrimes, the American Bar Association's National Cybercrime Conference, the Asia-Pacific Fraud Convention and the National Association of Attorneys General's cybercrime training program. "NBC Nightly News" featured her internationally known website, http://cyb3rcrim3.blogspot.com/. Also an expert in grand juries, she has published numerous law review articles and book chapters dealing with criminal law, and two books: Federal Grand Jury Practice and Precedent Inflation. Quoted in/Interviewed by: NPR, Houston Chronicle, USA Today, Associated Press, Daily Southtown (Chicago), South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch, Reforma (Mexico City).
Cox's research focuses on disability and employment discrimination. Her recent work analyzes the conceptual relationship between the newly amended Americans with Disabilities Act and traditional civil rights laws. Her work has been published in the North Carolina Law Review, Indiana Law Journal, San Diego Law Review, Florida Law Review and Boston College Law Review. She also serves as faculty advisor for the Disability Law Association. Quoted in/Interviewed by: The Takeaway, a national public radio morning show co-produced by WNYC with The New York Times, the BBC, and Public Radio International; Toronto Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, CNN.com WGN-AM (Chicago), the syndicated show "The Doctors," CBS Marketwatch.
Durham can discuss eminent domain, real estate and legal ethics. He wrote a three-volume treatise on Ohio real property law written for use by practitioners and as a casebook for use in advanced real estate transactions classes. Quoted/interviewed by: The Associated Press, Detroit Free Press, The Detroit News, The Miami Herald, The Kansas City Star, WLW-AM (Cincinnati). Ohio News Network.
Gerla can discuss corporations, anti-trust laws, consumer cases. Quoted/interviewed by: CBS Marketwatch.com, CBS Sportsline.com, Orlando Sentinel, The Columbus Dispatch, San Francisco Daily Journal.
Greene can discuss entertainment law, Constitutional law, torts, and race and American Law. Greene is a former vice president of production and features at Columbia Pictures. Quoted/interviewed by: The Sacramento Bee, preLaw Insider, National Jurist, Dayton Business Journal, WDTN-TV (Dayton), WLW-AM (Cincinnati), WYSO-FM (Dayton).
Hagel can discuss criminal procedure, criminal law and evidence. Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland appointed him to the Ohio Judicial Appointment Recommendation Panel (his second appointment) to interview and select applicants to fill the judgeship in the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas. He also serves as an acting local judge. Hagel has represented criminal clients in more than 200 bench trials, motion hearings and post-trial proceedings in state and federal courts. He was also the lead trial attorney in approximately 20 homicide cases. Quoted in/Interviewed by: CBS Radio News, The Associated Press, New York Post, National Law Journal, The Columbus Dispatch, WCPN-FM (Cleveland), Dayton-area media.
Hallinan can discuss Ohio law, contracts, legislation and commercial transactions. He has chaired the evidence rules subcommittee of the Ohio Rules Advisory Committee, which sends proposals for the next year¿s rule-making to the Ohio Supreme Court.Quoted in/Interviewed by: Cincinnati Enquirer, The Associated Press, Dayton Daily News, Akron Beacon Journal.
Edits and produces the blog at http://juries.typepad.com/. The judge in the Barry Bonds case used his proposed jury instructions as a guideline. A major in the U.S. Army reserves, he served as a JAG officer. He's interested in jury behavior, how social media can affect a jury, and how pop culture is affecting the jury pool (CSI, how movies depict the legal process, jury selection as reality show fodder.) Speaks to various conferences, including a trial consultants conference last year. He can comment about federal criminal law, criminal procedure and international law including war tribunals.Quoted in/Interviewed by: Chicago Tribune, WLW-AM (Cincinnati), The Baltimore Sun, ABA Journal, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Reuters.
Ingram can discuss criminal procedure, death penalty issues, civil liberties and criminal law. Quoted in/Interviewed by: WLW-AM (Cincinnati), Dayton-area media.
Jipson researches laws regarding roadside memorials. Quoted in/Interviewed by: WLW-AM (Cincinnati), Dallas Morning News, The Associated Press, Arizona Republic, USA Today, CBS Radio News, NBC.com Technolog.
Lampke can discuss employment, personal injury, product liability and medical malpractice. she has represented a wide-ranging variety of clients, including corporations, hospitals, law firms, universities, bar associations and many state agencies.
Her research interests include family law, feminist theory, issues of religion and state, Jewish law, bioethics and international law. Before joining the faculty, she was a litigator focusing on international arbitration, securities arbitration and general litigation at Debevoise & Plimpton in New York City and Meitar, Liquornik, Geva & Leshem, Brandwein in Israel.
Dean McGreal's areas of expertise include constitutional law, religion and the law, First Amendment rights, corporate compliance and business ethics, including foreign anti-corruption laws such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), and corporate social responsibility. He has published nearly 40 articles and essays for law review publications at the University of Notre Dame, Northwestern University and the University of Pennsylvania, among others. He is also a co-author of a popular Constitutional Law study guide published by LexisNexis. McGreal is a frequent speaker and commentator on corporate compliance and ethics programs, and he writes an annual survey of legal developments on the subject for The Business Lawyer. Quoted in/Interviewed by: Gaming Nexus, C&G Monthly, Examiner.com, National Law Journal, ABA Journal, The Wall Street Journal.
Involved with the American Civil Liberties Union for many years, he provides pro bono work as a civil rights and liberties lawyer. He has received the Service Award from the ACLU of Ohio. He has served as co-counsel in a number of voting rights cases, including Stewart v. Blackwell, a challenge to Ohio's dual-balloting voting system, and Project Vote v. Madison County Board of Elections, a challenge to Ohio voting regulations that restricted the right to register to vote. He is a co-author of ¿The Voting Rights Act and the Racial Gap in Lost Votes." Quoted in/Interviewed by: Newark Star-Ledger, The Associated Press, Ohio News Network, WMUB-FM (Oxford, Ohio), Gongwer News Service, Dayton-area media.
Shaw's specialties include the death penalty, grand juries and criminal law. Quoted in/Interviewed by: The Associated Press, Forbes, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, Salon.com, XM Radio's Catholic Channel, National Jurist, Ohio News Network, WLW-AM (Cincinnati), WCPO-TV (Cincinnati), Dayton-area media.
Watson can discuss Indian gaming law, oil and gas law, natural resources law, hydraulic fracturing law and property law. Before coming to the School of Law, Watson worked for the Department of Justice where he represented the United States before federal courts of appeal and state supreme courts in cases relating to environmental, natural resources, wildlife, and Indian law. He also assisted on a few cases that went to the Supreme Court. Quoted in/Interviewed by: Several Ohio media regarding Indian casinos and Indian fishing rights in Ohio, The Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, Ohio News Network, WLW-AM (Cincinnati), Philadelphia Inquirer, GamblingMagazine.com.