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College of Law News

Commentary: Second Thoughts About Taliban Peace Talks

Tuesday 9/10/2019

Two U.S. soldiers were killed in Kabul, Afghanistan, from small-arms fire during combat late last month. We likely won’t know specific details about the service members’ identities or circumstances for some time ...

Corri Zoli

Commentary: You Have a First Amendment Right to Follow Trump on Twitter

Monday 9/9/2019

President Donald Trump and firebrand Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may be polar opposites on the political spectrum, but they have one thing in common: They both blocked critics from their Twitter accounts ...

Roy Gutterman

Dirty Little Wars and the Law: Did Osama bin Laden Win?

Monday 8/19/2019

The past week marked the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. This laudable treaty, signed by every country, codified centuries of custom, treaties and protocols to protect individuals found on the battlefield. There are four articles to the Geneva Conventions protecting the wounded and sick, prisoners of war and civilians ...

David Crane

Commentary: A Fitter Statute for the Common Law of Patents

Thursday 8/1/2019

As a law professor, I am in the camp of those who are critical of the proposed bipartisan, bicameral legislation (“the Coons-Tillis bill”) to amend provisions of the Patent Act dealing with patentable subject ...

Shubha Ghosh

Commentary: Trump’s Role Model

Tuesday 7/30/2019

US President Donald Trump and his advisers have evidently learned a great deal from Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán about racist immigration policies and how to destroy a democracy. Trump is not making America great or even good; he is making it Hungarian ...

David Driesen

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