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Students from the City University of New York School of Law disrupted and heckled a conservative law professor's speaking engagement recently, Campus Reform reported. And considering the reception he received, you might say the topic that Josh Blackman addressed was more than a little ironic: His ...
Summary: After donning an insensitive costume for Halloween, a UO Law professor took time off and then quietly made her back way to campus. After over a year away ... University officials explained that they don't announce when professors return from sabbatical to the student body. The students felt this ...

Suffolk University Law Professor Jeffrey Wittenberg passed away Thursday night, according to a statement sent to students by President Marisa Kelly in an email on Friday afternoon. “Professor Wittenberg, known for his wonderful sense of humor and kindness, was admired by his colleagues and many ...
A pro-Beijing political activist in Hong Kong on Friday reported a prominent law professor and rights activist to police for "sedition" over speculative comments he made relating to possible independence for the city, as the ruling Chinese Communist Party stepped up its campaign to ban any talk of autonomy ...
The parents of slain Florida State law professor Dan Markel will sit down for their most extensive media interview to date with NBC's Dateline for an episode to be broadcast from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday. In addition to Ruth and Phil Markel, the episode will feature interviews with the lead prosecutor in the ...
Some University of Oregon Law School students said they're upset after learning that a professor would be teaching classes in the fall after a controversial incident more than a year ... However, university officials said they don't typically announce to students when professors come back from sabbatical.

Cornell University is so bad at conducting sex assault and harassment investigations that 23 professors from its law school have filed a brief in court to require ... Professor Sheri Lynn Johnson, who filed the brief, asserts that Cornell didn't provide an accused student the right “to test his accuser's account of ...
The law professor is a grand-nephew of Yen. The revelation came as part of a planned dedication of a dormitory in UVA's International Residential College. The University chose last year to rename the former Lewis House as the W.W. Yen House. The official dedication will take place Friday, and Yin will be ...
So stated by Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz." As with Trump's team more broadly, the President's legal team has seen significant changes in recent weeks. John Dowd, the lead attorney on the team outside the White House, stepped down last month, and several major legal voices have said they ...
Mary Ellen Maatman is an employment law professor at Widener University and has been following along with the situation after Mann lawyered up with Tom Neuberger to slap the parrish with the discrimination lawsuit. Maatman, as previously reported, said there's two roads for Mann and Neuberger to go ...
Law - Scott Pryor WASHINGTON, D.C. – Campbell Law Professor Scott Pryor has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award from The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Beginning in January 2019, Pryor will spend five months in India studying the ...
Amy L. Wax, the tenured Penn Law professor who was relieved earlier this month of some teaching duties after making disparaging statements about the school's black students, is speaking out. In a Wall Street Journal commentary on Friday, Wax charged that higher education in America promotes the ...
We spoke with professor Woodrow Hartzog, who specializes in privacy and data protection law, to explain the possible legal fallout from this investigation. Professor Hartzog is a professor of law and computer science and holds a joint appointment in the School of Law and College of Computer Science.
Professor of employment at Widener University Mary Ellen Maatman noted that there's two different approaches to gender discrimination lawsuits. "One might try to argue that the entire motivation was gender based, in which case you could pursue various kinds of damages-- possibly reinstatement," said ...
Overlapping themes in psychology and law offer endless insights and opportunities for study, but real-life application in the courtroom has been limited since the popular psychology boom of the 1960s and '70s. Leading the charge to revisit those connections, UConn law professor Anne C. Dailey, author of ...
That discussion sparked an outcry from Penn students and professors, and on March 13, Penn Law dean Theodore Ruger said in a statement that ... Those policies generate a racial skills gap in Penn's first-year law class, and Professor Wax has merely voiced what every rational observer already knows.
University of Colorado Law School Professor Sarah Krakoff has been named the 2018 recipient of the Hazel Barnes Prize, the most distinguished award a faculty member can receive from the university. Sarah Krakoff Since 1992, the Hazel Barnes Prize has been awarded each year to a CU Boulder faculty ...

The law dictates 12 miles of territorial sea from the low-water mark of each coastal country that is considered the sovereign territory of that country. Waters within 200 miles of a country's coast is considered its exclusive economic zone. While foreign ships can use those waters, only that country has the right ...
Remember That Law Professor That Wrote Some Pretty Racist Stuff? She's back. Now, with more racism! From The “What The Hell Department”: Judge ordered a defendant hit with an electric shock — multiple times — because he wouldn't answer a question. Sixth Circuit Notches A Victory For Trans ...
Richard Painter, a University of Minnesota law professor and longtime critic of President Donald Trump, announced Wednesday that he is mulling a run for Minnesota's U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Sen. Tina Smith. Painter said at a State Capitol press conference that he has formed an exploratory ...
USF law professor Bill Hing, director of the Immigration and Deportation Defense Clinic at USF and a member of the police commission, spoke to ABC7 News on Wednesday. (KGO-TV). KGO ... A refusal to apprehend and deport those, especially the criminal element, effectively rejects all immigration law.
the conclusion reached by Professor Robert Jarvis of Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center in his article, “Law Professors as Plaintiffs,” which chronicles lawsuits brought by law professors. Jarvis notes that the same three issues are often at the heart of law professors' lawsuits: ...
Richard Painter, George W. Bush's ethics lawyer and University of Minnesota Law School professor, has set up an exploratory committee for a possible run at Al Franken's open Senate seat, but the long-time Republican doesn't know if he has a place in the party anymore. As a prominent Trump critic, ...
Duke University professor of law Guy-Uriel Charles delivered the annual Edward L. Barrett Jr. Lecture on Constitutional Law at King Hall on Feb. 6. Charles spoke on voting rights law and policy in the United States and analyzed the history and future implications of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the ...
According to Sullivan's Harvard Law biography, he is the university's first appointed African-American faculty dean and a “theorist in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedure, trial practice and techniques, legal ethics and race theory.” His bio says he also helped develop a conviction review team for ...
Author Robert Jarvis, a professor at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, wrote that his article, “Law Professors as Plaintiffs,” appears to be the first systemic study of lawsuits brought by law professors. He scoured court records to identify cases involving law professors, and excluded ...
22, the dean of DePaul's College of Law heard from students who alleged that a Law professor used a racial slur during a class discussion about criminal ... In fact, the only sense of entitlement I see here are some professors obsessed with the “freedom” to use straightforward lessons to live out their inner ...
The University of Pennsylvania Law School made the right decision in demoting a white law professor who falsely said in a video that Black students seldom graduated high in their class. The school has taken a step in the right direction, but should go further and remove the professor entirely from the ...
It said that Penn's policies of free and open expression as well as academic freedom protects Wax and that he defends the rights of those in the law school community to express their views openly. "Professor Wax enjoys the same status as every other tenured colleague here: (H)er job, salary, seniority, and ...
PHILADELPHIA — A white University of Pennsylvania law school professor who said she has never seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class has been removed from teaching required first-year law courses. Law school dean Ted Ruger said professor Amy Wax spoke "disparagingly and ...
In mid-February, Stanford Law School Professor Michele Dauber received an envelope filled with a suspicious white powder, along with a threatening note that read, “Since you are going to disrobe Persky, I am going to treat you like 'Emily Doe.' Let's see what kind of sentencing I get for being a rich white ...


 

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