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$1 Million Gift Helping UToledo Law Students

September 17, 2021

Pete and Amy Kadens' pledge, in honor of his parents, establishes the Michael and Judith Kadens Scholarship for Diversity in Legal Practice Fund, which will advance social, economic and cultural diversity.


$1 Million Gift Given to UToledo’s College of Law

September 17, 2021

Pete and Amy Kadens' pledge, in honor of his parents, establishes the Michael and Judith Kadens Scholarship for Diversity in Legal Practice Fund, which will advance social, economic and cultural diversity.


$1 Million Gift to UT Law Aims to Improve Diversity in Legal Field

September 16, 2021

D. Benjamin Barros, dean of the College of Law, discussed the support that will advance social, economic and cultural diversity.


$1 Million Gift Seeks to Further Diversify Legal Ranks

September 16, 2021

Pete and Amy Kadens' pledge, in honor of his parents, establishes the Michael and Judith Kadens Scholarship for Diversity in Legal Practice Fund, which will advance social, economic and cultural diversity at UToledo.


IPWatchdog LIVE Panel Examines Google v. Oracle: SCOTUS Punted on Copyrightability

September 15, 2021

Llewellyn Gibbons, UToledo Distinguished University Professor of law, discusses the implications of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that Google’s copying of computer code developed by Oracle was considered fair use.


WGTE to Broadcast Documentary Film by UToledo Faculty, Students

September 15, 2021

“Reentry Realities, Hope Deferred,” a documentary directed and edited by UToledo film professor Holly Hey, airs at 4 p.m. Sunday on WGTE-TV followed by a Facebook Live discussion beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Championing Inclusion

September 14, 2021

Diversity is a core value at The University of Toledo and our faculty support our commitment to equity and inclusion through their work to explore bias in their disciplines, expose systemic injustices and advance more inclusive practices. Learn more at utoledo.edu/features.


Elizabeth Holmes Trial: COVID Will Play ‘Background Role’ as Judge Delays Proceedings

September 13, 2021

Gregory Gilchrist, professor of law, discusses the risk of mistrial in the case of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes, who is on trial for allegedly defrauding investors with false claims about the health technology startup she founded.


Naturalization Ceremony Set for Sept. 17 at UToledo

September 13, 2021

More than 50 people will become U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony at 11 a.m. Sept. 17 in the Law Center McQuade Auditorium on The University of Toledo’s Main Campus.


Can Health Orders be Enforced by Law?

September 10, 2021

Evan Zoldan, a professor of law, discusses the difference between laws, rules and orders.


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