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Professor Kanter, Students, and Staff Contribute to SCOTUS Amicus Brief in Endrew

Thursday 1/5/2017

Professor of Law Arlene Kanter together with her research assistant, Alyssa Galea, students from her Fall 2016 Disability Law class, Megan Brooks, Cintia Garcia and Alexandra Caraballo, and the Law Library’s Assistant Director of Student Learning, Christine Demetros contributed to an amicus brief filed in the Supreme Court of the United States case, Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District.


Arlene Kanter

Professor Germain: SCOTUS Upholds Integrity of Security Markets By Broadly Defining “Personal Benefit” in Insider Trading

Wednesday 12/28/2016

On December 6, 2016, a unanimous Supreme Court decided that insiders who breach their fiduciary duties by making gifts of insider information to relatives or friends are guilty of insider trading under Section 10(b) of the 1934 Exchange Act. Salman v. United States (2016), available here.


Gregory Germain

Professor Helfman Writes on Gerrymander Cases

Tuesday 12/20/2016

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has contributed the article “Is Gerrymander on its Way Out?” to Commentary Magazine.


Tara Helfman

Professor David Crane Discusses Syria with New York Times

Monday 12/19/2016

Professor of Practice David Crane recently spoke with the New York Times about developments in Syria.


David M. Crane

Professor Michael Schwartz Helps to Establish Tangata Group to Address Disability Rights

Wednesday 12/14/2016

Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Disability Rights Clinic Michael Schwartz has helped to establish the Tangata Group, a non-governmental organization to provide technical assistance to international signatories to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).


Michael Schwartz

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