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The journal, Violence Against Women seeks original manuscripts for a special issue entitled “Teaching About Domestic Violence.” The special issue will be edited by Madelaine Adelman (Justice & Social Inquiry, Arizona State University) and Donna Coker (Law, University of Miami)....The journal,...
Mike Rappaport’s paraphrase of “Physician Heal Thyself” is richly ironic. In his most recent post at the Liberty Law Blog Mike makes the following astonishing claim: While we have argued the Constitution should be interpreted in accordance with original methods,... Mike Rappaport’s...
Being based in Cleveland, previously a Continental Airlines hub, I am now a victim, er customer, of the new United Airlines presence in North East Ohio. Very recently the merger between the two airlines was completed and I took my...Being based in Cleveland, previously a Continental Airlines hub, I...
The updated visiting faculty list for next year is available here. Keep those updates coming to me so I can keep the list as current as possible (JDL14@case.edu).The updated visiting faculty list for next year is available here. Keep those updates coming to me so I can keep the list as...
As I noted over at Leiter, a wonderful young colleague of mine - Hunter Tart - passed away unexpectedly last week from a brief illness. He was a visiting assistant professor teaching intellectual property courses. One difficult part of being...As I noted over at Leiter, a wonderful young...
Mitt Romney just wrapped up victory in Illinois and, for the moment, quelled republican fears that Santorum would fundamentally alter the race. Some now are willing to say the race is all but over. What has struck me throughout this... Mitt Romney just wrapped up victory in Illinois and, for...
The National Coalition for School Diversity will be hosting its second conference on school diversity at Georgetown Law Center on May 17th. Two years ago it was at Howard School of Law, attended by over 300 participants and, on every...The National Coalition for School Diversity will be hosting its...
A Stunning But Largely Unnoticed Anomaly In Recent Employment Outcomes Data Suggests That Things May Be Even Worse Out There Than We Imagined
In the Spring, a law dean’s fancy turns to thoughts of . . . jobs. In reaction to employment prospects for new law graduates that are seriously inadequate for what is probably the first time in the history of the...In the Spring, a law dean’s fancy turns to thoughts of . . . jobs. In...
I talk a lot about monuments here -- often about what the people who put them up were saying. That's one of the reasons I so love the Gettysburg battlefield -- the monuments are everywhere and they also contain a... I talk a lot about monuments here -- often about what the people who put them up...