• Weekly Faculty in the News, 10/24/14

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    A roundup of faculty appearances in news sources and media from the last week, 10/17/14 to 10/24/14.

    10/19Mary Rose Strubbe was quoted in a Chicago Daily Herald article about flight attendants’ role in battling sex discrimination (“Flight attendants helped to ground sex discrimination”). The article also mentioned the Chicago-Kent conference on the same subject, which was held at the school this past Thursday.

    10/21Richard Warner and colleague Robert Sloan (UIC) authored an article in Crain’s Chicago Business on the problem of corporate data breaches (“Why those corporate data breaches are happening,” limited access).

    10/23Edward Lee and his new nonprofit—The Free Internet Project—were highlighted in a Chicago-Kent NewsBrief. Prof. Lee’s organization is dedicated to providing the public with information about the latest legal and technological efforts to protect Internet freedoms around the world.


    10/22 – At his blog Nahmod Law, Sheldon Nahmod highlighted the Fourth Amendment Deep Dive that Oyez has put together.


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