Congratulations to the Mitchell Hamline School of Law Health Law faculty and staff on their accomplishments!
Date Range: May 1st, 2022 to May 312st, 2022
MEDIA: 5/3/2022 Associated Press
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 3, 2022 Associated Press article, “Minnesota prepares to be abortion destination if Roe falls.”
MEDIA: 5/3/2022 WCCO-AM Radio
Professor Laura Hermer was a guest on WCCO-AM’s Mike Max Show on May 3, 2022 to discuss what may be next for abortion and reproductive rights in the US.
MEDIA: 5/3/2022 MPR News
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 3, 2022 MPR story, “Minnesota elected officials respond to draft Supreme Court ruling on Roe.”
MEDIA: 5/3/2022 Minn Post
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 3, 2022 Minn Post article, “What we know about abortions in Minnesota.”
MEDIA: 5/3/2022 WCCO TV News
Professor Laura Hermer was interviewed on the May 3, 2022 WCCO News segment, “If Roe v. Wade Were Overturned, Would Abortion Still Be Legal in Minnesota?”
MEDIA: 5/4/2022 KSTP TV News
Professor Laura Hermer was interviewed on the May 4, 2002 KSTP TV News segment, “Legal analysts explain other cases that could be affected if SCOTUS overturns Roe v. Wade.”
MEDIA: 5/4/2022 Bring Me the News
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 4, 2002 Bring Me the News story, “Without Roe, where do abortion rights stand in Minnesota?”
PUBLICATION: 5/4/2022 Star Tribune
Professor Laura Hermer’s op-ed column, “Pregnant people have rights. Products of conception don’t” was published in the May 4, 2022 edition of the Star Tribune.
MEDIA: 5/5/2022 Associated Press
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 5, 2022 Associated Press article, “Next battle over access to abortion will focus on pills.”
MEDIA: 5/6/2022 Associated Press
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 6, 2022 Associated Press story, “Tennessee governor signs bill regulating medication abortions.”
MEDIA: 5/6/2022 Al Jazeera
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 6, 2022 Al Jazeera story, “Minnesota’s abortion clinics brace for influx in wake of Roe leak.”
MEDIA: 5/6/2022 Minnesota Lawyer
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 6, 2022 Minnesota Lawyer article, “Abortion Will Stay Legal Here, but Restrictions Challenged.”
MEDIA: 5/11/2022 Popular Information
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 11, 2022 Popular Information story, “After Roe.”
MEDIA: 5/17/2022 Factcheck.org
Professor Laura Hermer was quoted in the May 17, 2022 Factcheck.org story, “Plan B Pills Still Legal in Tennessee and Missouri, Contrary to Social Media Claims.”
APPOINTMENT: 5/2/2022 National Academy of Arbitrators/Industrial Labor Relations School at Cornell University
Professor David Allen Larson was appointed to the Advisory Council for the National Academy of Arbitrators/Industrial Labor Relations School at Cornell University for the April 2023 national conference that will focus on expanding the number and subsequent selection of more diverse arbitrators and mediators.
MEDIA: 5/2/2022 KMSP Fox 9 News
Professor David Allen Larson was interviewed for and appeared on the May 2, 2022 KMSP Fox9 News segment, “Minneapolis, St. Paul Starbucks locations vote to unionize.”
MEDIA: 5/12/2022 ThinkTech Hawaii
Professor David Allen Larson was a guest on the May 12, 2022 ThinkTech Hawaii videocast, “Women’s Rights, Civil Rights and SCOTUS.” Professor Larson was joined in the discussion by host Chuck Crompton, law professors Ben Davis and Vernellia Randall and attorney Jeffrey Portnoy.
MEDIA: 5/26/2022 ThinkTech Hawaii
Professor David Allen Larson was a guest on the May 26, 2022 ThinkTech Hawaii videocast, “Civil Rights at Risk (The Rule of Law in the New Abnormal).” Professor Larson was joined in the discussion by host Chuck Crompton and attorney Jeffrey Portnoy.
PUBLICATION: 5/1/2022 Journal of Pain & Symptom Management
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article, “Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking: A Lesser Known, Widely Available Palliative Option of Last Resort” was published in volume 63(5) of the Journal of Pain & Symptom Management. Professor Pope’s co-authors on the article were Timothy Quill, Robert Horowitz, and Judith Schwarz.
PUBLICATION: 5/1/2022 CHEST Journal
Professor Thaddeus Pope’s article, “Counterpoint: Whether Informed Consent Should Be Obtained for Apnea Testing in the Determination of Death by Neurological Criteria” was published in volume 161(5) of CHEST Journal. Professor Pope’s subsequent rebuttal to a rebuttal of his piece was also published in the same issue.
PRESENTATION: 5/12/2022 “Brain Death Controversies”
Professor Thaddeus Pope presented “Brain Death Controversies” at the Institute for Critical Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, NY on May 12, 2022.
MEDIA: 5/18/2022 Medscape
Professor Thaddeus Pope was a guest on the May 18, 2022 Medscape videocast, “At What Point Does Comfort Care Become Murder? The Husel Verdict.” Professor Pope was joined in the discussion by host Dr. Robert D. Glatter and fellow guests Dr. Ferdinando Mirarchi, and Dr. Lewis S. Nelson
MEDIA: 5/25/2022 Physician’s Practice
Professor Thaddeus Pope was quoted in the May 25, 2022 Physician’s Practice article, “Wrongful life and advance care directives.”
Pottratz Acosta, Ana
PRESENTATION: 5/11/2022 “Navigating Along the Intersection of Ethics, Client/Community Relationships and Professional Identity”
Professor Ana Pottratz Acosta was a featured speaker at the “Navigating Along the Intersection of Ethics, Client/Community Relationships and Professional Identity” workshop held on May 11, 2022 as part of the AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education.
PRESENTATION: 5/20/2022 “Best Practices in Representing Clients with a Mental Health Diagnosis, Severe Trauma and Diminished Capacity”
Professor Ana Pottratz Acosta presented the CLE, “Best Practices in Representing Clients with a Mental Health Diagnosis, Severe Trauma and Diminished Capacity” at the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Upper Midwest Conference on May 20, 2022.