Professor Jennifer Oliva Participates in Third Annual Regional Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat at Seton Hall Law School

On Friday, February 8, 2019, WVU Law professor Jennifer Oliva participated in the  Third Annual Regional Health Law Works-in-Progress Retreat at Seton Hall Law School.  The event is designed to give health law scholars an opportunity to share their work and exchange ideas.  It is sponsored by the school's Center for Health & Pharmaceutical Law & Policy.   Professor Oliva was an invited commentator in a session discussing "Health Information Defederalization".

Read Professor Oliva's scholarship on SSRN.  

Professor Weishart on the Constitutionality of Charter School Bill, SB 451

West Virginia University law professor Joshua Weishart comments on the constitutionality of the charter school provisions of West Virginia Senate Bill, SB 451 in a blog post on West Virginia Legal Ed: "Charter School Bill Likely Unconstitutional".

Professor Weishart was also interviewed on the issue on West Virginia Public Broadcasting by news director Jesse Wright. Watch the interview here:

Professor Amy Cyphert Cited by the Court of Appeals of Iowa

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West Virginia University law professor Amy Cyphert has been cited by the Court of the Appeals of Iowa. Professor Cyphert's article "Prisoners of Fate: The Challenges of Creating Change for Children of Incarcerated Parents" was cited in In re R.B., Minor Child, 919 N.W.2d 769 (2018).

From the abstract of "Prisoners of Fate: The Challenges of Creating Change for Children of Incarcerated Parents":

Professor Jena Martin to Speak at IU Symposium on Trans-Boundary International Crime

On March 1, 2019, West Virginia University law professor Jena Martin will participate in a symposium at Indiana University McKinney School of Law. The symposium is sponsored by the Indiana International and Comparative Law Review and is titled "The Fight Against Trans-Boundary International Crime - Approaches, Methods and Solutions".

Professor Martin will present her forthcoming work, "Be Careful What You Wish For: Prosecuting TNCs for Criminal Activity".