Tuesday, May 24, 2022

School of Law

  • Victoria Haneman, JD, Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts & Estates at Creighton School of Law wrote an article that is forthcoming in the Nevada Law Journal.  The article titled “Tax...

    Haneman’s Article Receives High Remarks from Legal Scholar

    Victoria Haneman, JD, Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts & Estates at Creighton School of Law wrote an article that is forthcoming in the Nevada Law Journal.  The article titled “Tax...
  • School of Law professor Michael Kelly has been appointed by the American Society of International Law (ASIL) as a Corresponding Editor for International Legal Materials (ILM). Published by Cambridge University Press, along with the American Journal of...

    Kelly Appointed as a Corresponding Editor by American Society of International Law

    School of Law professor Michael Kelly has been appointed by the American Society of International Law (ASIL) as a Corresponding Editor for International Legal Materials (ILM). Published by Cambridge University Press, along with the American Journal of...
  • School of Law Professor Victoria Haneman’s paper “Tax Incentives for Green Burial,” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for Environmental and Natural Resources Law ejournals. Share/Bookmark

    Haneman’s Paper Included on SSRN’s Top Ten Download List

    School of Law Professor Victoria Haneman’s paper “Tax Incentives for Green Burial,” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for Environmental and Natural Resources Law ejournals. Share/Bookmark
  • Professor Edward J. Birmingham in the Creighton University School of Law has received Nebraska State Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Legal Educator Award. Professor Birmingham was honored March 13 at the Foundation’s...

    Birmingham Recognized by Nebraska State Bar Foundation

    Professor Edward J. Birmingham in the Creighton University School of Law has received Nebraska State Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Legal Educator Award. Professor Birmingham was honored March 13 at the Foundation’s...
  • Last week, Creighton’s National Moot Court team of Emily Dickson, Jon Latka, and Mitchell Sell competed in New York City at the national final rounds of the prestigious National Moot Court...

    National Moot Court Team Scores Best Brief Score at National Competition

    Last week, Creighton’s National Moot Court team of Emily Dickson, Jon Latka, and Mitchell Sell competed in New York City at the national final rounds of the prestigious National Moot Court...
  • Richard Mangrum provided two all-day continuing legal education lectures in December. On Dec. 13 he provided a lecture at Creighton to judges and trial attorneys entitled Mangrum on Expert Testimony in...

    Mangrum Presents Continuing Legal Education Lectures

    Richard Mangrum provided two all-day continuing legal education lectures in December. On Dec. 13 he provided a lecture at Creighton to judges and trial attorneys entitled Mangrum on Expert Testimony in...
  • Victoria Haneman presented three papers at the 2020 Association of American Law Schools in Washington D.C.: The New Perspectives in Trusts and Estates Panel on Green Burial, Funeral Poverty, and Tax...

    Haneman Presents at Association of American Law Schools

    Victoria Haneman presented three papers at the 2020 Association of American Law Schools in Washington D.C.: The New Perspectives in Trusts and Estates Panel on Green Burial, Funeral Poverty, and Tax...
  • Michael Kelly, JD, LLM, holder of the Senator Allen A. Sekt Endowed Chair in Law, recently traveled to Rome to address the 20th International Congress of Penal Law and met...

    Kelly Attends Papal Audience at the Vatican

    Michael Kelly, JD, LLM, holder of the Senator Allen A. Sekt Endowed Chair in Law, recently traveled to Rome to address the 20th International Congress of Penal Law and met...
  • Thomas Freeman, JD, adjunct professor in the Creighton School of Law and Heider College of Business, co-authored “Janus and the Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right...

    Paper Co-Authored by Freeman to be Published in William & Mary Law Review

    Thomas Freeman, JD, adjunct professor in the Creighton School of Law and Heider College of Business, co-authored “Janus and the Future of Collective Bargaining: Rhetorically Predicting a First Amendment Right...
  • Thomas Freeman, JD, adjunct professor in the Creighton School of Law and Heider College of Business, was invited to present at the Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics...

    Freeman Presents at University of Florida

    Thomas Freeman, JD, adjunct professor in the Creighton School of Law and Heider College of Business, was invited to present at the Huber Hurst Research Seminar in Business Law and Ethics...
  • Steve Sieberson, JD, PhD, professor of international law at the Creighton School of Law, was interviewed by NET Radio’s “Friday Live” program to discuss his book, Low Mountains or High Tea. The...

    Sieberson Interviewed on NET Radio

    Steve Sieberson, JD, PhD, professor of international law at the Creighton School of Law, was interviewed by NET Radio’s “Friday Live” program to discuss his book, Low Mountains or High Tea. The...
  • In September, Sean Watts, JD, professor of law, traveled to Helsinki, Finland for an invitation-only workshop on Cyber Security and International Norm Development. The Erik Castren Centre for Human Rights...

    Watts Presents in Helsinki, Has Contributed Chapter Published

    In September, Sean Watts, JD, professor of law, traveled to Helsinki, Finland for an invitation-only workshop on Cyber Security and International Norm Development. The Erik Castren Centre for Human Rights...
  • Edward Morse, professor of law and holder of the McGrath North Endowed Chair in Business Law, reports the following: On Sept. 17, he gave a continuing education lecture to the...

    Morse Delivers Lectures

    Edward Morse, professor of law and holder of the McGrath North Endowed Chair in Business Law, reports the following: On Sept. 17, he gave a continuing education lecture to the...
  • Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, has been invited to present her work at three upcoming law review symposiums at the University of Toledo, Seton Hall University, and Stetson University. She was...

    Dineen Presents at Law Symposiums

    Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, has been invited to present her work at three upcoming law review symposiums at the University of Toledo, Seton Hall University, and Stetson University. She was...
  • Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, was interviewed by Ohio public media about the criminal prosecution on 25 counts of murder of a physician, William Husel, for ordering fatal doses of medications...

    Dineen Interviewed by Ohio Media

    Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, was interviewed by Ohio public media about the criminal prosecution on 25 counts of murder of a physician, William Husel, for ordering fatal doses of medications...
  • Victoria Haneman, JD, associate professor of law, has been named the Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts and Estates at the School of Law. Share/Bookmark

    Haneman Named Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts and Estates

    Victoria Haneman, JD, associate professor of law, has been named the Frank J. Kellegher Professor of Trusts and Estates at the School of Law. Share/Bookmark
  • Craig Dallon, JD, professor of law, presented at a continuing legal education seminar in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Aug. 13 and in Omaha on Aug. 16 on “Ethics and Estate Administration.” The...

    Dallon Presents ‘Ethics and Estate Administration’

    Craig Dallon, JD, professor of law, presented at a continuing legal education seminar in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Aug. 13 and in Omaha on Aug. 16 on “Ethics and Estate Administration.” The...
  • Paul McGreal, JD, LLM, professor of law, was published by Practising Law Institute. His article, “An Introduction to Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs,” is included in Compliance & Ethics Essentials. Share/Bookmark

    McGreal Published by Practising Law Institute

    Paul McGreal, JD, LLM, professor of law, was published by Practising Law Institute. His article, “An Introduction to Corporate Compliance and Ethics Programs,” is included in Compliance & Ethics Essentials. Share/Bookmark
  • Raneta Lawson Mack, JD, professor of law, has a new article in the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy. The article, “Of Docks and Shackles: A Comparative Examination of Courtroom Control...

    Mack’s Article Published in Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy

    Raneta Lawson Mack, JD, professor of law, has a new article in the Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy. The article, “Of Docks and Shackles: A Comparative Examination of Courtroom Control...
  • Thomas Freeman, JD’07, MS’09, MBA’12, adjunct professor in the School of Law and the Heider College of Business, co-authored “As Technology Evolves, So Does Practice of Law, and So Must...

    Freeman Co-Authors Feature for Nebraska Lawyer

    Thomas Freeman, JD’07, MS’09, MBA’12, adjunct professor in the School of Law and the Heider College of Business, co-authored “As Technology Evolves, So Does Practice of Law, and So Must...
  • Edward Morse, JD, professor of law and the holder of the McGrath North Mullin and Kratz endowed chair in business law, led the non-U.S. cyber regulations subcommittee at the spring...

    Morse Led on-U.S. Cyber Regulations Subcommittee

    Edward Morse, JD, professor of law and the holder of the McGrath North Mullin and Kratz endowed chair in business law, led the non-U.S. cyber regulations subcommittee at the spring...
  • Victoria Haneman, JD, LLM, assistant professor of law, presented her forthcoming article, “Contemplating Homeownership Tax Subsidies and Structural Racism” at the Critical Tax Conference hosted by Pepperdine University’s law school...

    Haneman Presents at Pepperdine

    Victoria Haneman, JD, LLM, assistant professor of law, presented her forthcoming article, “Contemplating Homeownership Tax Subsidies and Structural Racism” at the Critical Tax Conference hosted by Pepperdine University’s law school...
  • Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, assistant professor of law, is one of a handful of invited participants in the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)-sponsored workshop on research priorities for...

    Dineen Invited to Canadian Institutes of Health Research Workshop

    Kelly Dineen, RN, JD, PhD, assistant professor of law, is one of a handful of invited participants in the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)-sponsored workshop on research priorities for...
  • Craig Dallon, JD, professor of law, presented a continuing legal education seminar for the National Business Institute, entitled “Maintaining an Ethical Balance in Probate Practice,” on March 22 in Omaha....

    Dallon Presents “Maintaining an Ethical Balance in Probate Practice”

    Craig Dallon, JD, professor of law, presented a continuing legal education seminar for the National Business Institute, entitled “Maintaining an Ethical Balance in Probate Practice,” on March 22 in Omaha....
  • Sean Watts, JD, LLM, professor of law, attended the U.S. Cyber Command Annual Legal Conference on March 7 in greater Washington, D.C. The event included representatives from the U.S. defense,...

    Watts Speaks at U.S. Cyber Command Annual Legal Conference

    Sean Watts, JD, LLM, professor of law, attended the U.S. Cyber Command Annual Legal Conference on March 7 in greater Washington, D.C. The event included representatives from the U.S. defense,...