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2801 W. Bancroft, MS 507
Toledo, OH 43606
Prof. Joseph Slater's new book focuses on 'Mastering Labor Law'
October 15, 2014
Toledo Law faculty give TEDx Talks
October 15, 2014
Prof. Susan Martyn honored by YWCA of Northwest Ohio
January 22, 2014
College of Law creates Certificate of Concentration in Health Law
November 25, 2013
College of Law faculty members are nationally recognized scholars and excellent teachers.
Our faculty members have written more than 30 books and published hundreds of articles, many in the best law journals across the country. They include Fulbright Scholars, celebrated law bloggers, and members of the American Law Institute.
Moreover, they are highly committed to our students' success, offering personal attention and a "no appointment required" open door policy.
In The News
As experts in their fields, College of Law professors are regularly consulted for analysis and opinion by the news media. Faculty members are interviewed for local television and newspaper articles, and by national publications such as The New York Times and USA Today. Topics range from doping by professional athletes to the death penalty to electronic surveillance. The following is a sampling of recent media coverage of Toledo Law faculty.
11/18/2014 - Professor Evan Zoldan talks Congress's Keystone XL bill and the problems of special legislation with the Washington Post's Wonkblog. He also chatted with the New Orleans Times-Picayune on this topic.
10/2/2014 - Professor Geoffrey Rapp discusses with New Orleans radio station WWL a petition calling on the FCC to prohibit stations from airing the word “Redskins,” the name of Washington’s NFL team.
8/10/2014 - Professor Geoffrey Rapp discusses antitrust litigation involving the National Hockey
League with the Helsinki Times.
7/27/2014 - Professor Benjamin Davis pens an Op-Ed for The Toledo Blade titled "Workers’ consciences deserve protection too; Faith arguments should not affect any worker in seeking or holding a job, or getting health care."