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Professor Joan Schaffner Receives 2018 AALS Section Animal Law Award

Professor Schaffner received the award by the Association of American Law Schools at the organization's annual meeting in San Diego for her excellence in legal education.

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Professor Karshtedt Debates on the PTAB: Is it Constitutional?

Professor Dmitry Karshtedt participated in a debate last month regarding the Oil States patent law case. The question in the case is whether the IPR proceeding created in the America Invents Act is unconstitutional.

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Celebrating the Legacy of Prominent International Lawyer Louis B. Sohn

Sean D. Murphy, Manatt/Ahn Professor of International Law, attended the unveiling of a plaque in Lviv, Ukraine, which honored Professor Sohn's distinguished career.

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