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Professor Arlene Kanter Writes on Disabled Employees and the Growth of Work From Home Flexibility

Thursday 3/10/2022

Professor Arlene Kanter writes in the article “Our New Remote Workplace Culture Creates Opportunities for Disabled Employees” at the Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School’s Bill of Health blog about the positive impact that work-from-home arrangements will have on disabled employees.

Professor Arlene Kanter

Professor Mark Nevitt writes about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict and the Montreaux Convention

Tuesday 3/1/2022

Professor Mark Nevitt writes about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict and the Montreaux Convention.

Professor Mark Nevitt

Distinguished Visiting Lecturer David Cay Johnston Pens “Donald’s Time in the Dock” on Former President Trump’s Legal Issues

Monday 2/21/2022

An opinion article by Distinguished Visiting Lecturer David Cay Johnston, “Donald’s Time in the Dock”, ran in the February 20, 2022, New York Daily News. The article focuses on recent legal developments surrounding former President Trump’s’ businesses and taxes.

David Cay Johnston

Professor Doron Dorfman: Penalizing Preventative Mental Health Treatment for Law Students

Friday 11/19/2021

One of the examples of this phenomenon is the Character and Fitness evaluations state bar associations conduct around the country, used to admit prospective lawyers into the bar …

Doron Dorfman

Professor Mark Nevitt: Key Takeaways From the Glasgow Climate Pact

Wednesday 11/17/2021

Nearly 200 nations signed the Glasgow Climate Pact on Nov. 13. Acknowledging the increasingly strong connection between climate change and its role as a threat accelerant, the pact explicitly states that climate change is a “social, economic and environmental threat” ...

Mark P. Nevitt

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