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Militarizing Civilian Emergencies? Professor William C. Banks Interviewed for the NATO M4CE Project

Tuesday 11/23/2021

Professor Emeritus William C. Banks recently was interviewed as part of the M4CE Project, an initiative of the NATO Foundation for Global Governance and Sustainability, on the subject of military intervention in domestic natural and man-made emergencies ...

William C. Banks

#FreeBritney: BBI's Jonathan Martinis Helps The New Yorker Review the Case

Friday 11/19/2021

“There are hundreds of thousands of other Britneys across the United States, people who aren’t famous, but who deserve the same rights we all take for granted—until they get taken away.”

Jonathan Martinis

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

Professor Nina Kohn Comments on the Power of the Nursing Home Industry in Politico

Tuesday 11/16/2021

“The nursing home industry is very powerful in state legislatures,” says Nina Kohn. “It’s really state sponsored market-failure. You are propping up an industry that people don’t’ want to use.”

Nina Kohn

COVID-19 and ADA Reform: Professor Doron Dorfman Speaks with Law360

Monday 11/15/2021

“Private enforcement models often create this stigma against the enforcers, the plaintiffs, who are just enforcing a law that’s been in place for three decades.”

Doron Dorfman

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