Legally Weird is your house for strange lawsuits, dumb crimes, celebs stepping into hassle, legislative oddities, and anything we discover offbeat. When it comes to essential laws and impactful legal disputes, Courtside breaks all of it down for you. Our Law and Daily Life weblog is right here to answer questions about household issues, real property, accidents and accidents, immigration, workplace law, and much more. Honoring Gants Symposium honors SJC jurist for his progressive perspective and eternal influence on the Massachusetts authorized group. Help for Farmworkers BC Law’s Civil Rights Clinic students help coalition preventing to boost farmworkers’ labor rights.

  • Trump’s Conflicts of Interest Professor Quinn talks to Reuters on the president-elect’s enterprise conflicts.
  • A Better Way Adjunct Professor and head of BC Law’s Project Entrepreneur program Larry Gennari writes an op ed for Bloomberg on the collateral consequences of conviction.
  • April 6, 2022 – The UH Law Alumni Association has chosen outstanding alumni and law faculty who’ve made vital contributions and who continue to showcase the Law Center in the business and authorized group.
  • Modifying the Supreme Court Kent Greenfield is interviewed by NBC Boston on the Democratic push to increase the number of justices on the nation’s highest court docket.

The fact that college students are nonetheless actually lining up for the long-offered course is a testament to the endurance of interest in studying about the many legal and social areas that course covers. The Sixth Circuit’s opinion in Jasso Arangure v. Garland serves as a big verify on federal prosecutorial power in administrative immigration proceedings, according to medical professor Nadia Anguiano-Wehde ’17. News Ranked 84th total within the just-released 2023 rankings, the law school remains in the high 25 among public law schools for third year in three specialty categories.

Desantis Indicators Law Creating Voting Fraud Squad In Florida

Kent Greenfield feedback in Newsweek on whether Justice Clarence Thomas has the potential to influence the now conservative majority Supreme Court. Musk’s Charitable Giving Professor Ray Madoff speaks with Reuters concerning the chance of Elon Musk donating to attenuate tax bills after promoting $5.8 billion of Tesla stock. Protest Ban In CBS Boston, Robert Bloom discusses whether a proposed invoice that would ban protesting at houses of public officers violates democracy and free speech.

Law News

Net Neutrality Delay Professor Dan Lyons talks to Denton Daily on the potential delay in California’s new net neutrality law because of an ongoing lawsuit with the FCC. Bombing Appeal Bob Bloom talks to NPR about the work by Tsarnaev’s legal professionals to enchantment the death penalty decision. Innocence Found BC Law Innocence Program adjunct professor Charlotte Whitmore is profiled in a characteristic story in Dartmouth Magazine. Musk in Spotlight Brian Quinn speaks to Reuters about why plaintiffs may have settled with the Tesla board in their lawsuit over the Solar City deal.

For Students, College, And Employees

Not on Our Watch Trump won’t be ready to take down national monuments with no authorized fight, Prof. Plater says in Vice. Bloom on Texting Suicide Case Professor Bloom talks to the Boston Globe on Michelle Carter’s lawyers aiming for acquittal before they call any witnesses. Professor Albert feedback in Boston Globe story on push to increase free education in Haiti. ‘Travel Ban’ History Lesson Prof. Kanstroom pens an op-ed for BC Law Magazine on constitutional rights v. presidential power.

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