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Law practice in the 21st century—Where are we heading?
Stephen C. Sieberson, Alex Fayad & Carola Cintron-Arroyo, Law Practice in the 21st Century—Where Are We Heading?, Omaha Bar Ass’n Newsl., Sept. 2016, at 9.
Taking professionalism to new heights: Mountaineering lessons for the practice of law
Stephen C. Sieberson, Taking Professionalism to New Heights: Mountaineering Lessons for the Practice of Law, Ninth Annual Seminar on Ethics and Professionalism (Omaha Bar Ass’n 2015).
Cyber security for lawyers – What can we do?
Stephen C. Sieberson & Rich Hoffman, Cyber Security for Lawyers – What Can We Do?, Eleventh Annual Seminar on Ethics and Professionalism (Omaha Bar Ass’n 2017).
Two lawyers, one client and the duty to communicate: a gap in rules
Stephen C. Sieberson, Two Lawyers, One Client and the Duty to Communicate: A Gap in Rules 1.2 and 1.4, 11 U. New Hampshire L. Rev. 27 (2013), reprinted in 63 Def. L.J. 209 (2014).
“Bar talk” virtual chat with Steve Sieberson, Creighton University School of Law
Omaha Bar Association, “Bar Talk” Virtual Chat with Steve Sieberson, Creighton University School of Law, YouTube (May 28, 2020), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4BVfVnSFeE&feature=youtu.be&t=510.
Dave Sommers, Omaha Bar Association Executive Director, interviews Steve Sieberson regarding his book and writing process for his recent book, Low Mountains or High Tea.
Inching toward EU supranationalism? Qualified majority voting and unanimity under the Treaty of Lisbon
Stephen C. Sieberson, Inching Toward EU Supranationalism? Qualified Majority Voting and Unanimity Under the Treaty of Lisbon, 50 Va. J. Int'L L. 919 (2010).
The European Union's senior legislative body, the Council, can make decisions either by unanimity or by a qualified majority vote (QMV). When unanimity is required, each Member State can block the action by voting against ...
Did symbolism sink the constitution? Reflections on the European Union's state-like attributes
Stephen C. Sieberson, Did Symbolism Sink the Constitution? Reflections on the European Union's State-Like Attributes, 14 U.C. Davis J. Int'L L. & Pol'y 1 (2007).
After several years of debate and controversy, in June of 2007 the European Union abandoned its proposed Constitution. On December 13, 2007, representatives of the Member States signed a replacement document, a treaty ...
The Treaty of Lisbon and its impact on the European Union's democratic deficit
Stephen C. Sieberson, The Treaty of Lisbon and Its Impact on the European Union's Democratic Deficit, 14 Colum. J. Eur. L. 445 (2008).
In volume 10 of the Columbia Journal of European Law, the editors published an extensive article by Professor Sieberson, entitled "The Proposed European Union Constitution-Will It Eliminate the EU's Democratic Deficit?" ...
Dividing lines between the European Union and its member states: The impact of the Treaty of Lisbon
Stephen C. Sieberson, Dividing Lines Between the European Union and Its Member States: The Impact of the Treaty of Lisbon (2008).
In the European Union the balance of power between Brussels and the Member State governments is an ongoing matter of contention. With each treaty amendment during the Union's first 50 years, EU competences have grown, and ...
Dividing lines between the European Union and its member states: Assessing the impact of the constitutional treaty
Stephen C. Sieberson, Dividing Lines Between the European Union and Its Member States: Assessing the Impact of the Constitutional Treaty (2007) (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Erasmus University Rotterdam).