Congratulations to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Health Law faculty on their accomplishments.
Date range: March 1, 2020 – March 31, 2020
EVENT: 3/10/2020 Board of Trustees Meeting, Action on Smoking and Health
Doug Blanke of the Public Health Law Center participated remotely in a meeting of the Board of Trustees ofAction on Smoking and Health (ASH) held in Washington, D.C. on March 10, 2020.
PRESENTATION: 3/2/2020 “E-cigarettes: Federal, State, Local & K-12 School Policies”
Rachel Callanan of the Public Health Law Center presented “E-cigarettes: federal, state, local & K-12 schoolpolicies” at The Vaping Epidemic: Separating Fact from Fiction Regarding the Harmful Impact on Today’sYouth conference held in Vadnais Heights, Minnesota on March 2, 2020.
PUBLICATION: 3/15/2020 Preventive Medicine Reports
Natasha Frost of the Public Health Law Center co-authored the article, “Provider Reported Implementation ofNutrition-related Practices in Childcare Centers and Family Childcare Homes in Rural and Urban Nebraska”which was published in volume 17 of Preventive Medicine Reports. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211335519301925
PRESENTATION: 3/12/2020 “Underutilization of No-Tobacco-Sale Orders Against Retailers that Repeatedly Sell to Minors, 2015-2019”
Desmond Jenson of the Public Health Law Center presented “Underutilization of No-Tobacco-Sale OrdersAgainst Retailers that Repeatedly Sell to Minors, 2015-2019” at the Annual Meeting of the Society For ResearchOn Nicotine and Tobacco held in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 12, 2020.
PRESENTATION: 3/2/2020 “Should We Revise What Sexual Harassment Means in the #MeToo Era?
“Professor David Larson presented “Should We Revise What Sexual Harassment Means in the #MeToo Era?” tothe Mitchell Hamline School of Law Fellows on March 2, 2020.P
RESENTATION: 3/2/2020 “The New York State Unified Court System Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) System for Small Claims”
Professor David Larson, along with Diana Colon (Assistant Deputy Counsel New York State Unified CourtSystem) and Brian Derickson (Matterhorn/Court Innovations), presented “The New York State Unified CourtSystem Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) System for Small Claims.”The two hour Zoom presentation was made to an audience of New York University law students.
PRESENTATION: 3/10/2020 “Online Dispute Resolution (ODR): The Future Is Now”
Professor David Larson, along with Alex Sanchez presented “Online Dispute Resolution (ODR): The Future Is Now,” a one-hour presentation for a Minnesota State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education course.
PRESENTATION: 3/20/2020 “ODR in the ERA of COVID-19: Experts Answer Your Questions”
Professor David Larson presented at the ABA webinar, ODR in the ERA of COVID-19: Experts Answer YourQuestions. The program was a chance for dispute resolution professionals of all levels of experience to ask the expertsquestions about ODR in new era of delivering services to clients.
PRESENTATION: 3/4/2020 “Legal Resources for Smoke Free Protection”
Joelle Lester of the Public Health Law Center presented “Legal Resources for Smoke Free Protection” at theU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention meeting, “Closing the Gap: Building Capacity for Smoke FreeCities” held in Atlanta, Georgia on March 4, 2020.