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College of Law News

Professor William C. Banks Helps Fact Check Patriot Act Claim with Politifact

Monday 10/25/2021

“The lines that may be crossed are the same ones that law enforcement has had to observe and navigate for most of the last century, since the U.S. Supreme Court said that the First Amendment protects expressive conduct up to the point that it incentivizes imminent lawless action” ...

William C. Banks

Professor Doron Dorfman Describes "Fear of the Disability Con" to Bloomberg Law

Monday 10/25/2021

Concerns that disability will be overclaimed perpetuate ableist stereotypes about people with disabilities, what Syracuse University College of Law Professor Doron Dorfman refers to as “Fear of the Disability Con” ...

Doron Dorfman

Profanity Watch: Deseret News Talks with Professor Keith Bybee

Friday 10/22/2021

“There’s going to be this low-level static all the time about what constitutes civil and polite behavior,” Bybee said. “We learn it and apply it on a de-centralized basis. But there are big changes that take place in civility and manners over time” ...

Keith Bybee

Professor John Wolohan Addresses American Sports Gambling with The Daily Caller

Wednesday 10/20/2021

“Legal sports gambling brings everything above board. Now, if you were looking at the integrity of the game, you can follow where the money was going,” Wolohan told the DCNF. “The casinos can look at where every specific bet goes and recognize if there are unusual trends in bets placed” ...

John Wolohan

Professor William C. Banks Helps CNN Explain Steve Bannon 1/6 Subpoena

Wednesday 10/20/2021

“Historically, one of the remarkable things about the clash between the executive and the legislature in this kind of setting, involving executive privilege and congressional demands for information, is that almost all of the time the parties have negotiated a settlement.”

William C. Banks

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