Congratulations to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Health Law faculty on their accomplishments.
Date range: August 1, 2020 – August 31, 2020
COMMUNITY SERVICE: 8/11/2020 Election Judge
Professor Laura Hermer served as an election judge in the City of Golden Valley for the August 11 primary.
UPCOMING: 8/15/2020 Mitchell Hamline Law Review
Professor Laura Hermer’s article, “Covid-19, Abortion, and Public Health in the Culture Wars” has been selected for publication in a forthcoming issue of the Mitchell Hamline Law Review.
SSRN TOP TEN LIST: 8/15/2020 SSRN Top Ten
Professor Eric Janus’ paper “Preventing Sexual Violence: Alternatives to Worrying About Recidivism” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: Criminology eJournal, CJRN: Activism & Social Movements, Prisoner Re-Entry, Sex Offenses & Offenders, and LSN: Causes & Consequences of Crime.
PRESENTATION: 8/13/2020 “Vape Waste & Filter Fraud: Commercial Tobacco’s Environmental Impacts”
Hudson Kingston of the Public Health Law Center virtually presented “Vape Waste & Filter Fraud: Commercial Tobacco’s Environmental Impacts” to the the Allianz “Green Team.”
PRESENTATION: 8/27/2020 “Tobacco Product Waste Prevention and Mitigation”
Hudson Kingston of the Public Health Law Center co-presented “Tobacco Product Waste Prevention and Mitigation” on an Action on Smoking and Health webinar. https://youtu.be/4cErqroc46g
APPOINTMENT: 8/3/2020 Co-chair ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo
Professor David Larson was appointed Co-chair for the upcoming ABA Dispute Resolution Tech Expo scheduled for September 14-18.
INVITATION: 8/15/2020 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution Jed D. Melnick Annual Symposium
Professor David Allen Larson was invited to present and participate in the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution Jed D. Melnick Annual Symposium to be held virtually on October 23. The symposium focuses on presumptive alternative dispute resolution and court systems of the future.
INVITATION: 8/15/2020 Resolution System Institute’s National Convening of ODR Experts
Professor David Allen Larson has been invited to participate in the Resolution System Institute’s National Convening of ODR Experts to discuss the potential for online dispute resolution (ODR) to help thinly resourced parents work out parenting plans when they separate whether or not they were married. The convenings will take place September 25th, October 2nd, and October 9th.
SSRN TOP TEN LIST: 8/17/2020 SSRN Top Ten
Professor David Allen Larson’s paper, “Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Avatars and the Demise of the Human Mediator” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: PsychRN Subject Matter eJournals, PsychRN: Interpersonal Relations & Group Processes (Topic), PsychRN: Psychological Applications of Technology & Media (Topic), Psychology (Forthcoming), Psychology Research Methods eJournal and Social & Personality Psychology eJournal. As of 17 August 2020, th paper has been downloaded 2,054 times.
PRESENTATION: 8/18/2020 “Finish the Fight: Ending the Commercial Tobacco Epidemic”
Joelle Lester of the Public Health Law Center presented “Finish the fight: Ending the commercial tobacco epidemic” as part of a panel at the California Tobacco Control Program’s virtual Tobacco Control University for local public health department staff.
PRESENTATION: 8/19/2020 “Policy Pieces to Ensure Successful Implementation of Smoke Free”
Joelle Lester of the Public Health Law Center presented “Policy pieces to ensure successful implementation of smoke free” as part of a panel at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s virtual meeting, “Getting to Equity in Commercial Tobacco Control: Ensuring a Healthy, Commercial Tobacco-Free Life for All.”
PRESENTATION: 8/21/2020 “Finished with Flavors: How the FDA has Responded & What Communities Can Do”
Joelle Lester of the Public Health Law Center presented “Finished with flavors: How the FDA has responded & what communities can do” as part of a panel at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s virtual meeting, “Getting to Equity in Commercial Tobacco Control: Ensuring a Healthy, Commercial Tobacco-Free Life for All.”
MEDIA: 8/1/2020 Medical Ethics Advisor
Professor Thaddeus Pope was quoted in the story, “Establishing the Right Policies on Decision-Making for Unrepresented ICU Patients” published in the August 1, 2020 edition of the Medical Ethics Advisor.
MEDIA: 8/1/2020 Medical Ethics Advisor
Professor Thaddeus Pope was quoted in the August 1, Medical Ethics Advisor article, “Establishing the Right Policies on Decision-Making for Unrepresented ICU Patients.”
PUBLICATION: 8/3/2020 JAMA
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article, “Determination of Brain Death / Death by Neurologic Criteria – The World Brain Death Project” was published in volume 323 of JAMA. The article was co-authored with David M. Greer, Sam D. Shemie, Ariane Lewis, and others.
PUBLICATION: 8/3/2020 JAMA Neurology
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article, “Is There a Right to Delay Determination of Death by Neurologic Criteria?” was published in volume 77 of JAMA Neurology. The article was co-authored with Ariane Lewis, and Richard J. Bonnie.
OTHER: 8/15/2020 Study Committee on the Uniform Health Care Decisions Act
Professor Thaddeus Pope served as an observer for the Uniform Law Commission’s Study Committee on the Uniform Health Care Decisions Act.
PUBLICATION: 8/17/2020 American Journal or Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article “Reply to: Treatment Decisions for Unrepresented Patients: ATS/AGS Policy Statement Lacks Sufficient Guidance” was published in the American Journal of Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine. The article was co-authored with Lynette Cederquist and others.