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Bybee Discusses the Rules of Civility in PolitiFact Article

Tuesday 2/20/2018

Vice Dean Keith Bybee was interviewed for the PolitiFact article, “George Washington’s lessons and the future of political civility.” Bybee writes, “In a static and homogenous society, one would expect homeschooling in civility to yield a consensus on the norms of appropriate public behavior,” says Bybee. “But the United States is not such a society” ...

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Keith Bybee

Shubha Ghosh's Scholarship Continues with Completed Manuscripts, Published Articles, and More

Tuesday 2/20/2018

The intellectual property, patent law, antitrust, technology commercialization, and biotechnology scholarship of Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Shubha Ghosh continues in spring 2018 with a number of published and placed articles and chapters; presentations in Israel, Singapore, and Washington, DC; a planned workshop on trademarks and patents for entrepreneurs; and a half-day symposium on “Climate Change: Law, Policy, and Technology” at the College of Law ...

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Shubha Ghosh

BBI Chairman Peter Blanck to discuss Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession at the University of Texas School of Law

Tuesday 2/20/2018

BBI Chairman Peter Blanck to discuss Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession at the University of Texas School of Law on March 26.

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Peter Blanck

Kevin Noble Maillard Pens "Black Panther" Article for The New York Times

Monday 2/19/2018

... In 23 years as an educator specializing in the relationships of law, society and entertainment in the construction of racial norms and beliefs, I had been keenly following the hype surrounding “Black Panther” and the argument that the story of an African superhero would benefit black children’s self-esteem ...

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Kevin Noble Maillard

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Receives 2018 IRS Grant

Monday 2/19/2018

The College of Law’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC), directed by Professor Robert G. Nassau, has again received the maximum allowable annual grant of $100,000 from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). LITC offers legal assistance to low income taxpayers who have controversies with the IRS and with New York State ...

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Professor Robert Nassau

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