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    February 2010 Faculty Briefs

    Dean Lisa Kloppenberg will co-chair the American Bar Association's Deans' Workshop February 3-5 in Orlando. At the meeting, the largest gathering of law deans annually, participants will discuss the future of the profession, the shifting admissions and placement markets, revisions to ABA standards and a host of other topics.


    Professor Susan Brenner was interviewed by Discovery News about new ways to stop cybercrime. The interview is available as a podcast.

    Brenner is also writing a monthly column on developments in cybercrime and digital evidence law for the Journal of Internet Law.


    Professor Jim Durham has been appointed by the ABA¿s Real Property, Trust and Estates Section to serve as its member on the Working Group on Inbound Foreign Lawyer Issues of the ABA's Commission on Ethics 20/20. The commission was formed by the ABA to engage in a thorough review of the ABA's Model Rules of Professional Conduct (all states base their ethics rules on the ABA's Model Rules).


    Professor Dennis Greene was quoted in "20 Must-See Legal Films," an article in the January 2010 National Jurist.