Faculty Impact

Our faculty is engaged in a constant quest for knowledge and wisdom it can share with our students as well as with the legal profession, scholars, policy makers, and others, consistent with Penn State’s role as a world-class research university.

Flyer PROFESSOR DARYL LIM SPEAKS AT SIXTH ANNUAL TEXAS A&M INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SCHOLARS ROUNDTABLE

November 2022 — Professor Daryl Lim gave an invited presentation at Sixth Annual Texas A&M Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable on Friday, November 11, 2022. Full story

Discussion PROFESSOR DARYL LIM DISCUSSES IP TRENDS IN AI LAW: DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL TREATMENT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

November 2022 — Professor Daryl Lim spoke to the Texas Tarrant County Bar Association on “IP Trends in AI Law — Domestic and International Treatment” on Thursday, November 10, 2022. Full story

Daryl Lim PROFESSOR DARYL LIM PARTICIPATES IN 38TH U.S. BAR-EUROPEAN PATENT OFFICE (EPO) LIAISON COUNCIL MEETING

November 2022 — Professor Daryl Lim participated as a council member in the 38th U.S. Bar-European Patent Office (EPO) Liaison Council Meeting via hybrid format in Washington, D.C., on Monday, November 7, 2022. Full story

Sarah Williams PROFESSOR SARAH WILLIAMS TO SERVE AS DISCUSSANT AT MARCH 2022 RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE ON CAPITALISM & THE RULE OF LAW

November 2022 — Professor Sarah Williams has accepted an invitation to serve as a discussant at the March 2022 Research Roundtable on Capitalism & the Rule of Law, sponsored by the Law & Economics Center at George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. Full story

logo PROFESSOR EMERITA LAUREL TERRY SPEAKS TO INTERNATIONAL LAWYER REGULATORS

October 2022 — Professor Emerita Laurel S. Terry recently spoke at the 2022 annual meeting of the International Conference of Legal Regulators. She joined the CEO of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Deputy CEO of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada [FLSC] on a panel that addressed the topic of lawyer anti-moneylaundering education and compliance. Full story

Daryl Lim PROFESSOR DARYL LIM HOSTS WEBINAR ON CYBERSECURITY AND DATA PRIVACY

October 2022 — Professor Daryl Lim organized and moderated a webinar on “Cybersecurity and Data Privacy: What Every Lawyer Should Know.” The program provided a forum for legal professionals to learn about the latest developments in cybersecurity and data privacy. Full story

Sarah Williams PROFESSOR SARAH WILLIAMS WRITES FOR THE COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL BLUE SKY BLOG

October 2022 — Professor Sarah Williams accepted an invitation from Columbia Law School’s blog on corporations and the capital markets to submit a conversational summary of her upcoming article, “Regulatory Personhood: The Elixir for Redundancy Between the SEC and the PCAOB.” Full story

Daryl Lim in class DEAN DARYL LIM JOINS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW SOCIETY FOR LUNCHTIME DIALOGUE

October 2022 — Dean Daryl Lim joined the Intellectual Property Law Society members for a lunchtime dialogue that Professor Martin Skladany moderated. Full story

JOTWELL PROFESSOR EMERITA TERRY AUTHORS JOTWELL REVIEW REGARDING CLIMATE CHANGE AND LAWYER REGULATION

October 2022 — Professor Emerita Laurel Terry recently published a JOTWELL review entitled, “Is Climate Change Really A Lawyer Regulation Issue?” She reviewed Professor Victor Flatt’s law review article entitled, “Disclosing the Danger: State Attorney Ethics Rules Meet Climate Change.” In doing so, she drew upon her work with an International Bar Association committee that prepared a paper entitled “Legal Services and Climate Change.” Full story

Medha Makhlouf MEDICAL-LEGAL PARTNERSHIP CLINIC STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN INAUGURAL “HEALTH EQUITY IMMERSION” WITH PENN STATE HEALTH MEDICAL RESIDENTS AND PENN STATE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE STUDENTS

October 2022 — An interdisciplinary group of Penn State students, faculty, and medical residents boarded a bus in Hershey to embark on the inaugural Health Equity Immersion — a five-hour experience designed to teach participants about the social and political determinants that contribute to health disparities. Among the participants were students in the Medical-Legal Partnership Clinic and Professor Medha D. Makhlouf, who co-developed the experience with colleagues at Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Health. Full story