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Professor Peter Blanck Publishes on Workplace Accommodations in the Legal Profession

Monday 11/23/2020

This article focuses on workplace accommodations, with findings that: “Disabled lawyers, older women lawyers, older racial/ethnic minority lawyers, and LGBQ minority lawyers have relatively low odds of having requests granted. The results highlight the need to consider intersectional identities in the accommodation process.”

Peter Blanck

Professor Doron Dorfman Publishes on Urban Accessibility in Fordham Urban Law Journal

Wednesday 11/18/2020

Part of a symposium on Urban Cities & Accessibility, Doron Dorfman and Mariela Yabo explore how different US cities enforce disability access laws and the role local government plays in enforcing compliance.

Doron Dorfman

Institute for Security Policy and Law Experts Featured in JNSLP COVID-19 Special Issue

Thursday 10/22/2020

As the novel coronavirus swept the globe in late 2019 and early 2020, a full-blown pandemic quickly and significantly affected the United States. The public health crisis worsened in the winter and spring of 2020, and it soon became clear that national security institutions and processes were being tested, sometimes in new and unique ways ...


Professors Banks and Driesen Publish on "Implied Presidential and Congressional Powers"

Tuesday 10/6/2020

A significant question of constitutional law has received a lot of attention lately—whether the Department of Justice may indict a sitting President ...

William Banks and David Driesen

Professor Doron Dorfman Reweighs Medical Civil Rights in Stanford Law Review

Tuesday 10/6/2020

Civil rights law is at a crossroads. It’s tough to find vindication for injustice claims in the courts. Scholars and advocates are looking elsewhere for legal paradigms that will help provide relief.

Doron Dorfman

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