Professor Cheryl Beckett presented on Ethical Considerations in Employment Law on December 1 at the Hotel Lusso in Spokane at a CLE sponsored by The Seminar Group.
Professor Stephen Sepinuck has completed the latest draft of the Uniform Certificate of Title Act for Vessels. He will be traveling to Washington D.C. next month to meet with the U.S. Coast Guard about the draft act. Professor Sepinuck also completed his latest article for Clark’s Secured Transactions Monthly. The article, provisionally entitled Isn’t That Special – Court Rejects Secured Party’s Right to Exercise Setoff Against $500 Million Deposit Account, analyzes a decision related to the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.
In November, Professors Kim Pearson and Gail Hammer participated in the Mission Possible CLE. Professor Pearson presented Ethical Issues in Representing LGBT Families and Professor Hammer presented International Child Custody Disputes: Some Legal and Practical Considerations.
Professor Lynn Daggett presented a paper in November on “School District Tort Liability for Injuries to Special Education Students” at the Education Law Association Annual Conference in Vancouver, B.C. At the same conference, she also presented the Joseph Award for excellence in student writing in the area of education law.