College of Law News

Professor Helfman Publishes Review of Sasha Abramsky’s “The House of Twenty Thousand Books”

Friday 10/9/2015

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has published a review of Sasha Abramsky’s The House of Twenty Thousand Books, a memoir of his grandfather, Chimen Abramsky, a leader of the British Communist Party a professor at Oxford University and the University of London.


Professor Bybee Discusses Supreme Court’s New Term

Monday 9/28/2015

The first Monday in October is around the corner and that means that the Supreme Court’s new term is almost upon us. Like many Court watchers, I am interested in upcoming cases concerning affirmative action, the death penalty, and electoral redistricting. But I will not be paying attention only to what the Court decides. I will also be looking to see how the justices frame their disagreements and present their work.


Q&A with Professor Isaac Kfir on the Refugee Situation in Europe

Thursday 9/10/2015

Isaac Kfir, a visiting assistant professor of law at the College of Law, a research associate with the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, and a co-director of the Mapping Global Insecurities project at the Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, explains some of the complexities facing the migrants and the European states.


Professor David Driesen writes on Extreme Weather and Public Policy Since Hurricane Katrina

Monday 8/31/2015

University Professor David Driesen has contributed a perspective on the reoccurrences of extreme weather since Hurricane Katrina and the need to further enact clean energy policies that reduce the reliance on fossil fuels.


Professor Helfman Writes on U.S. Treasury Profit Sweep of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac

Monday 8/24/2015

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has written about the constitutionality of the U.S. Treasury Department’s “profit sweep” of the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Government Sponsored Entities and its impact on shareholders.


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