Faculty Speaker's Bureau

Below are the list of our Faculty Experts and the topics they are speaking on around the country. To arrange for a faculty speaker to visit your firm, contact lawjobs@case.edu

  • headshot of Jonathan H. Adler

    Jonathan H. Adler

    • Making Sense of the US Supreme Court
    • The Fable of Federal Environmental Regulation
    • The Continuing Evolution of Administrative Law
  • headshot of Michael Benza

    Michael Benza

    Senior Instructor in Law
    School of Law

    • 4th Amendment and the Resurgent Trespass Theory
    • Current State of Lethal Injection and the Death Penalty
    • Police Use of Force Issues (Brelo, Rice and Beyond)
    • The Supreme Court, the Fourth Amendment, and Modern Technology
  • headshot of Jaime Bouvier

    Jaime Bouvier

    Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills
    School of Law

    • Leadership in the Law: What Neuroscience, Psychology, and Organizational Behavior Can Teach Us About Being A Good Leader
    • Urban Agriculture Law & Policy: Food Systems and Local Land Use Laws
  • Schott-van den Wynden Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Frederick K. Cox International Law Center Juscelino Colares

    Juscelino F. Colares

    Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Business Law
    School of Law
    Professor
    Department of Political Science
    College of Arts and Sciences
    Associate Dean for Global Legal Studies
    School of Law

    • International Trade and Energy Development
    • Anti-Corruption in Business Transactions
    • International Trade Law and Policy (I can speak on President Trump’s approach to trade negotiations)
    • International Cooperation on Civil and Criminal Matters
  • headshot of Avidan Y. Cover

    Avidan Y. Cover

    • Do International Human Rights Matter in the US?
    • Do You Have Anything to Hide? Privacy and Technology in the Post-Snowden World
    • Police Brutality & Civil Liability
  • headshot of Joseph A. Custer

    Joseph A. Custer

    Director
    School of Law
    Associate Professor of Law
    School of Law

    • Legal Records
    • Electronic Discovery
  • CWRU School of Law professor Richard Gordon

    Richard Gordon

    Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Director
    Financial Integrity Institute
    School of Law
    Associate Director
    Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
    School of Law

    • Integrity Compliance Requirements for Non-Experts
    • Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Compliance
  • headshot of Ayesha Bell Hardaway

    Ayesha Bell Hardaway

    Assistant Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Director
    Social Justice Law Center
    School of Law

    • Criminal Law
    • Labor, 13th Amendment and Peonage
    • Race and the Law
    • Reparations
    • Consent Decrees, Police Reform, Civil Rights
  • Headshot of Jessie Hill

    Jessie Hill, JD

    Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Judge Ben C. Green Professor of Law
    School of Law

    • State of Reproductive Rights in Ohio & Beyond
  • headshot of Sharona Hoffman

    Sharona Hoffman, JD, LLM, SJD

    Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Professor
    Department of Bioethics
    School of Medicine
    Co-Director
    The Law-Medicine Center
    School of Law

    • Aging with a Plan: How A Little Thought Today Can Vastly Improve Your Tomorrow
    • Big Data, Public Health, and Ethics
    • E-Health Hazards: Provider Liability and Electronic Health Records
    • The Use and Misuse of Biomedical Data: Is Bigger Really Better?
  • headshot of Lewis R. Katz

    Lewis R. Katz

    John C. Hutchins Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Director
    Foreign Graduate Studies
    Frederick K. Cox International Law Center
    School of Law

    • Criminal Law and Procedure
    • Arrest, Search and Seizure
    • Police Issues
  • headshot of Charles Korsmo

    Charles Korsmo

    Professor of Law
    School of Law

    • Appraisal Arbitrage and the Future of Public Company M&A
  • headshot of Maxwell J. Mehlman

    Maxwell J. Mehlman, JD

    Distinguished University Professor
    Arthur E. Petersilge Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Professor
    Department of Bioethics
    School of Medicine
    Director
    School of Law

    • Military Bioethics
    • Promoting Trust Between Patients and Health Care Providers
    • The Promise and Peril of Genetic Engineering
    • What’s Wrong with Doping in Sports?
    • Performance Enhancement and the Law
  • headshot of Kathryn S. Mercer

    Kathryn S. Mercer

    Professor of Lawyering Skills
    School of Law

    • Child Welfare
    • Dispute Resolution
    • Ethics in Negotiation
    • Oral Advocacy
    • Mediation
    • Persuasive Brief Writing
  • headshot of Dale A. Nance

    Dale A. Nance

    Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in Law and Criminal Justice
    School of Law

    • The Daubert Reliability Requirement: Why it is Meaningless, and How to Fix It
    • Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado: Have the Gates Opened to Impeachment of Jury Verdicts?
    • The Weights of Evidence: How Different Meanings Have Radically Different Implications
  • headshot of Craig A. Nard

    Craig A. Nard

    Galen J. Roush Professor of of Law
    School of Law
    Director
    Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts
    School of Law

    • International and Comparative Aspects of Patent Law
    • New Developments in Patent Law and Policy
  • headshot of Aaron Perzanowski

    Aaron Perzanowski

    Professor of Law
    School of Law

    • Consumer Ownership of Digital Media and Developing Digital Resale Markets
    • Regulation of Copying and Creativity
  • headshot of Andrew S. Pollis

    Andrew S. Pollis

    • Appellate Jurisdiction in Ohio
    • Jurisdiction in Federal Appellate Courts
    • Standards of Appellate Review
    • The Death of Inference: How Courts Have Eroded the Jury’s Power to Draw Inferences from Circumstantial Evidence, and What We Should Do About It
    • Trying the Trial: Why Jurors Should Be Permitted to Hear Evidence of Litigation Misconduct
    • Understanding Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b) – and Why It’s Time to Get Rid of It
    • Proposals for Streamlining Civil Litigation
  • headshot of Cassandra Burke Robertson

    Cassandra Burke Robertson

    John Deaver Drinko - BakerHostetler Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Director
    Center for Professional Ethics
    School of Law

    • New Supreme Court Precedent on Personal Jurisdiction
    • Student Debt and Legal Ethics
    • Yelp for Lawyers: The Law and Ethics of Online Reviews
  • headshot of Matthew Rossman

    Matthew Rossman

    Professor of Law
    School of Law

    • Evaluating Trickle Down Charity: When is Economic Development Charitable?
    • Understanding the Long-Term Housing Market Impact of the Foreclosure Crisis
    • Nonprofit Law/Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations
    • Transactional Law