UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh creates ‘Free Speech Rules’ video series for K-12 students

17 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LOS ANGELES SCHOOL OF LAW — UCLA Law Professor Eugene Volokh, one of the nation’s leading experts on free speech and First Amendment law, has launched a series of short, animated videos for explaining modern constitutional law issues in clear, concise and often humorous terms for K-12 students.

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Brooklyn Law Professor Julian Arato elected to American Society of International Law executive council

17 April 2019

BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL — Julian Arato, Associate Professor of  Law and Co-Director of the Dennis J. Block Center for International Business Law at Brooklyn Law School, has been elected to the Executive Council of American Society of International Law for a three-year term.

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Brooklyn Law Professor Aaron Twerski receives lifetime achievement award from Marquette Law

17 April 2019

BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL — Brooklyn Law Professor Aaron Twerksi, the Irwin and Jill Cohen Professor of Law and preeminent authority in the areas of products liability and tort law, was honored by Marquette Law School with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Twerski is a graduate of the law school. The awards program was held April 3.

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Baylor Law Professor Tom Featherston appointed to Uniform Law Commission

17 April 2019

BAYLOR LAW SCHOOL — The ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law has appointed trust, estate, and marital property law expert and Professor of Law Thomas M. (Tom) Featherston, Jr. as an advisor to the drafting committee charged with revising the Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act.

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American University Washington College of Law professor Angela Davis discusses criminal justice reform at Hofstra Law

17 April 2019

THE HOFSTRA CHRONICLE — Angela Davis, professor of law at American University Washington College of Law, delivered a talk to students at Hofstra’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law addressing prison reform and prosecution. Her solution to the problem of mass incarceration is a unique one: better prosecutors. 

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University of Colorado Law Professor Margot Kaminski participates in Federal Trade Commission hearing focused on consumer privacy

15 April 2019

COLORADO LAW — Associate Professor Margot Kaminski participated in a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hearing focused on the FTC’s approach to consumer privacy April 9-10, 2019.

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Fordham Law Professor Deborah Denno cited in Supreme Court death penalty case

15 April 2019

FORDHAM LAW —  The United States Supreme Court cited professor Denno’s 2007 Fordham Law Review article and her 2014 Georgetown Law Journal article on lethal injection.

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Georgetown Law Professor Peter Edelman delivers keynote address at conference on child homelessness at University of Baltimore Law

15 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE LAW — The theme of homelessness was a timely one for the 11th Annual Urban Child Symposium, because housing insecurity is such a serious, and growing, challenge for inner-city families and youth.

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Sarah Lora to lead Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at Lewis & Clark Law

15 April 2019

LEWIS & CLARK LAW SCHOOL — Oregon attorney Sarah Lora will lead the Lewis & Clark Law School Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) starting in June 2019. Lora will replace beloved faculty member Jan Pierce, who is retiring this year after 19 years leading the clinic and serving as a clinical professor.

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University of Hawaii Law archivist Avis Poai recognized for work preserving historic Hawaiian legal materials

15 April 2019

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII NEWS — Hawaiʻi Business magazine selected University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Avis Poai as one of the “20 for the Next 20.” Poai serves as director of archives, legal history and student outreach at the School of Law’s Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.

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