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College of Law News

Commentary: The Burden of a Militarized US Foreign Policy

Friday 11/1/2019

What role should American troops play — some would say, standing in the crossfire — between distant governments and groups engaged in protracted armed conflicts, whose grievances long predate 9/11?

Corri Zoli

Professor Antonio Gidi Publishes on "Incorporation by Reference"

Tuesday 10/22/2019

American lawyers mechanically introduce each count in a pleading with the talismanic clause of “repeat and reallege” everything said before. This is a useless recitation, cluttering complaints, answers, and indictments. It has no purpose, makes no sense, and is not used in any other legal system ...

Antonio Gidi

Professor Paula Johnson writes about William H. Johnson L’1903

Wednesday 10/16/2019

Professor Paula Johnson writes on the significance of the posthumous admission to the New York State Bar of William Herbert Johnson L’1903, the College’s first African American graduate.

William Herbert Johnson L'1903

Professor William C. Banks Publishes on "Hybrid Threats, Terrorism, and Resilience Planning"

Tuesday 9/17/2019

We live in an inter-connected, inter-dependent world, not only in digital spaces, but increasingly between the physical and digital worlds ...

William C. Banks

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

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