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College of Law News

World War III Alarmism: It’s Time to Press for Sober, Rational, & Contextual Analysis of the Iran Situation

Monday 1/13/2020

Let’s begin with the obvious to self-aware observers of the region: “Iran’s so-called retaliation was not smart, to say the least. It was theater for its gullible constituents, and the US seems willing to let it slide.” So said Hassan Hassan about Iran’s ballistic missile attacks on Iraqi bases (Ain Assad and Erbil), which house US forces ...

Corri Zoli

Professor Doron Dorfman Explores the "Fear of the Disability Con" in Law & Society Review

Wednesday 1/8/2020

Professor Doron Dorfman presents a new framework for analyzing the development and implementation of disability law and policy: the prism of the “fear of the disability con”—popular perceptions of fraud and fakery ...

Doron Dorfman

The Soleimani Airstrike: An End to His Signature Middle East Strategy?

Monday 1/6/2020

Less well-known than Al Qaeda’s Osama bin Laden or ISIS’s Abū Bakr al-Baghdadi, the covert Iranian commander Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani had widespread strategic influence throughout the Middle East ...

Corri Zoli

Commentary: The Burden of a Militarized US Foreign Policy

Friday 11/1/2019

What role should American troops play — some would say, standing in the crossfire — between distant governments and groups engaged in protracted armed conflicts, whose grievances long predate 9/11?

Corri Zoli

Professor Antonio Gidi Publishes on "Incorporation by Reference"

Tuesday 10/22/2019

American lawyers mechanically introduce each count in a pleading with the talismanic clause of “repeat and reallege” everything said before. This is a useless recitation, cluttering complaints, answers, and indictments. It has no purpose, makes no sense, and is not used in any other legal system ...

Antonio Gidi

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