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"Just When You Think It Can't Get Worse": Professor Nina Kohn Speaks to Chicago Reader

Thursday 8/13/2020

“Just when you think it can’t get worse, you see that what Illinois did was simultaneously suspend substantial portions of both the public system for protecting residents and the private system for protecting residents.”

Nina Kohn

Professor Peter Blanck Joins Webinar on "The Future of Accessibility and Law"

Thursday 8/13/2020

mong the highlights of this one-hour discussion was a look at some of the challenges facing law students with disabilities. Blanck, who has done tremendous work in this area throughout his career, shared the results of a 2020 study showing that in addition to the implicit (and explicit) bias experienced by lawyers across their careers, many also experience high levels of stress and mental health issues ...

Peter Blanck

Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 to CNN: Georgia Students Were Akin to Whistleblowers

Tuesday 8/11/2020

“It would be unreasonable to punish students who are exposing misbehavior or other problems during this public health crisis. If a student exposes something like this, the student is more akin to a whistleblower or public critic and should be praised rather than punished,” Gutterman added.

Roy Gutterman

Mask Exemptions: Professor Doron Dorfman's Research Quoted by CNBC

Friday 8/7/2020

In an article published on July 10, 2020 entitled “Mask Exemptions During the Covid-19 Pandemic—A New Frontier for Clinicians,” authors Dr. Mical Raz and attorney Doron Dorfman argue people with these conditions may have even more reason to mask up ...

Doron Dorfman

Professor Roy Gutterman L'00 in WaPo: Safeguarding Free Speech

Wednesday 8/5/2020

There is something ironic, if not Kafkaesque or Orwellian, about an executive order, imbued with language extolling free speech, that proposes an opposite effect by also calling on the federal government to monitor and regulate Internet and social media platforms ...

Roy Gutterman

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