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CWRU Law Faculty Research Prizes


Congratulations to Professors Korsmo and Hoffman on receiving Distinguished Research Prizes this year! Here are are some of their publications. Charles R. Korsmo High-Frequency Trading: A Regulatory Strategy  48 U. Rich. L. Rev. 523 (2014) Mismatch: The Misuse of Market Efficiency in Market Manipulation Class Actions 52 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1111 (2011) Structure of Stockholder Litigation: …Read the Rest

National Park Week


  April 15, 2016 President Obama issued a Presidential Proclamation designating April 16 – April 24, 2016 National Park Week. The picture above is part of the White House’s campaign to encourages everyone to “[e]xplore America’s Great Outdoors During National Park Week*.” During this week admission to national parks, national heritage areas, and national historical sites are …Read the Rest

Exams and Study Aids


Dear Students, The current study aids in the Law Library’s print collection have been relocated to a cart behind the Circulation Desk. The Library has extended the loan period for such items to four hours. Selected, prior exams released by CWRU Law professors are available via the Intranet. (CWRU ID and password required.) For some …Read the Rest

Saturday reference


Tomorrow will be the last day for Saturday afternoon (12-5 p.m.) reference desk coverage for the semester. Please stop by or email (lawref@case.edu) if you have any last-minute reference questions.  

Mindfulness at Work (and School)


The CWRU-Daily.com recently featured the mindfulness research of Christopher Lyddy, an organizational doctoral candidate at Case Western Reserve’s Weatherhead School of Management.  Lyddy, a co-lead author with Weatherhead alum Darren Good, PhD., and colleagues have published an article entitled “Contemplating Mindfulness at Work:  An Integrative Review” in the 42 Journal of Management 114 (2016). The Daily …Read the Rest

Teddy Bear: No Longer Endangered


The Louisiana black bear, the inspiration for the teddy bear,* is no longer on the endangered species list. 81 Federal Register 13124 (March 11, 2016). The Louisiana black bear was put on the endangered species list in 1992. 57 Federal Register 588 (January 7, 1992) The listing was based on a finding of four of the five …Read the Rest