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Kosovo ambassador works for advancement of women

Mar 26, 2017 - Comments: 0

Consul General Teuta Sahatqija from Kosovo spoke to a full audience of students and faculty in the Moot Courtroom about the importance of women in transitional states.

Kosovo is a relatively young country, having been officially separated from Serbia in 2008. The latest population figures for Kosovo are just under two million people. Over 140 countries recognize Kosovo as a sovereign state except Serbia, making Kosovo a disputed territory.  

Law Lecture Provokes Themes of Today

Nov 28, 2016 - Comments: 0

Professor William R. Casto of the Texas Tech University School of Law spoke to students and faculty in the Moot Courtroom about legal advising to presidents and how the example of attorney General Robert H. Jackson is still relevant for students in school now.

Casto’s presentation recounted history mainly during the administration of President Franklin D Roosevelt before during the great depression and before the outbreak of the Second World War and attorney General Robert H. Jackson’s role in advising the president.

Writer/activist Janisse Ray to discuss environmental issues as Visiting Fellow

Feb 07, 2015 - Comments: 0

Ohio Northern University students have the opportunity to meet with environmental writer Janisse Ray this week as part of the CIC Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows program. The public has the chance to listen to Ray present her writing at a public reading on Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. inside the College of Law's Moot Court Room. 

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