Marquette Law News

Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Hammons Speaks on The State of Tech in Southeastern Wisconsin: Trends and Legal Challenges

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Professor Nathaniel Hammons spoke at the Milwaukee Bar Association's 2023 Law & Technology Conference on November 17, 2023.

Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Chabot Presents The Inclusive Administrative Law Classroom as a Multidimensional Problem at Chicago-Kent Law Review Symposium

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On November 17, 2023, Professor Christine Kexel Chabot participated in the 2023 Chicago-Kent Law Review Live Symposium "Teaching Law in a Time of Change and Conflict." She spoke presented The Inclusive Administrative Law Classroom as a Multidimensional Problem.

Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Oldfather Discusses Judicial Selection Methods for State High Courts

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Professor Chad Oldfather was a panelist at a program hosted by the Albany Law Review and the Government Law Center at Albany Law School on October 10, 2023. This program, "An Exploration of Judicial Selection Methods of State High Courts," is available online.

Faculty Scholarly Publications

Professor Lindsey Authors New Edition of Taxation of Estates, Gifts and Trusts

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Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Mitten Presents at the 47th Annual Sports Lawyers Association Annual Conference

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Professor Matt Mitten presented on Sports Arbitration from the Athlete's Perspective and Recent Developments in Sports at the 47th Annual Sports Lawyers Association Annual Conference in Los Angeles on May 11 and May 12, 2023.

Faculty Scholarly Publications

Professor Oldfather Authors Rucho in the States: Districting Cases and the Nature of State Judicial Power

Published: Voting Rights & Democracy Forum
Faculty in the News

Derek Mosley to Receive Headliner Award from Milwaukee Press Club

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Faculty in the News

Dean Kearney & Marquette Law School Featured in CBS 58 "Hometowns" Series

Published: CBS 58
Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Strifling Discusses Nanotechnology in Drinking Water Treatment: Risk and Regulatory Compliance

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Land Use

John Johnson Cited in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Regarding a Milwaukee Landlord

Published: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Faculty Scholarly Presentations

Professor Boyden Discusses ChatGPT at University of Richmond's 16th Annual Evil Twins Debate

Published: Suffolk Law Intellectual Property Center

Professor Bruce Boyden was one of the "evil twins" debating the topic "ChatGPT: Pandora's Box or Box of Chocolates?" at the University of Richmond's 16th Annual Evil Twins Debate, hosted by the Suffolk University Law School's Intellectual Property Center. Professor Boyden debated Professor Zahr Said of the University of Washington School of Law.