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Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Hired Yale Law School's Eugene Fidell
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Enrique Armijo named an Affiliated Fellow at Yale Law center

Enrique Armijo, assistant professor of law, Elon University School of Law Yale describes the Information Society Project (ISP) asan intellectual center addressing the implications of the Internet and new information technologies for law and ... Elon University, 1 day ago

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Journalist describes her quest to give voice to patients struggling with psychosis

Yale University - "The more I focus on my thoughts, the more I feel like they don't belong to me" -- that is how Anna, an individual with psychosis, describes her experience. This disruption in a person's sense of self has long fascinated Rachel ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago

Journalist Rachel Aviv to discuss 'Writing About Psychosis'

Yale University - Rachel Aviv, an award-winning journalist and a staff writer for The New Yorker, will speak at Yale on Friday, June 27 as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism. The talk, "Writing About Psychosis," will take place at 10:15 a.m. in the ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago

Eduardo Peñalver Steps Up as New Dean of Cornell Law

After a stellar career so far of graduating from Yale Law in 1999, clerking for Judge Guido Calabresi of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and for Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, and going on to serve as John P.
 JD Journal3 weeks ago Cornell Law Appoints Eduardo Peñalver New Dean  JD Journal3 weeks ago Law School welcomes new dean, Eduardo Peñalver  Cornell University3 weeks ago
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Machines v. Lawyers

This article originally appeared in the City Journal on June 4, 2014. By John O. McGinnis Law schools are in crisis, facing their most substantial decline in enrollment in decades, if not in the history of legal education. Applications have ...
 Northwestern University1 month ago
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The Careerist: The 10 Law Schools with the Most Applicants

So how low can it go? That's essentially the game that law schools are nervously playing these days about the decline in applications. Just last week, I reported that the number of LSAT takers in June hit a 14-year low . And over at The ...
 American Lawyer.com14 hours ago Newest Law Courses Discuss Video Games, Robots and Neurology  JD Journal4 weeks ago Law Schools Adding Courses Outside of the Traditional Curriculum  JD Journal4 weeks ago Brand New Law Courses to be Offered This Fall  JD Journal4 weeks ago

Volokh Conspiracy: Caleb Nelson on when federal courts can make federal law

Caleb Nelson has an excellent new paper on SSRN, The Legitimacy of (Some) Federal Common Law . As my friend Steve Sachs put it, self-recommending. Here's the abstract: Much of the modern debate over federal common law starts from the premise that ...
 Washington Post23 hours ago Competitive Federalism and Broadband Federalism  National Review2 days ago

State high court nominee learned power of law as a child in Mexico

Cuellar, 41, was born in Matamoros, Mexico, and for years crossed the border by foot to attend school in Texas. He moved with his family to the Imperial Valley when he was 14 and obtained his bachelor's degree from Harvard College, his law degree ...
 Los Angeles Times2 days ago Mexico-born law professor Cuellar chosen for California Supreme Court  Los Angeles Times2 days ago

Am Law 100 Trio Advising on Murdoch's Time Warner Bid

Rupert Murdoch. Having helped Rupert Murdoch divide his media empire a year ago, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher &Flomis advising the Australian billionaire's Twenty-First Century Fox on its reported $80 billion bid for media conglomerate Time ...
 American Lawyer.com1 week ago

Volokh Conspiracy: A surprising part of federal law enforcement training

Maybe some of our readers already knew this, but I did not : [A]ll FBI academy trainees learn about the rise of Nazi Germany and the transformation of law enforcement into a tool of oppression. We send every one of our agents to the Holocaust ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
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