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Watch: Dean Craig M. Boise Moderates NYSBA Panel on White Nationalism & Domestic Terrorism

Friday 1/31/2020

Watch Dean Craig M. Boise moderate a star-studded and extraordinary panel at the NYSBA 2020 Presidential Summit on Jan. 29, 2020 in New York City. The panel tackled head-on one of the most disturbing trends of our time—the rise of white nationalism and domestic terrorism. More than 500 people packed the Hilton Midtown Grand Ballroom to witness the Summit live and many more watched the livestream across the globe ...

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Dean Craig M. Boise

A Question of Executive Privilege: Professor David Driesen Speaks to VOA

Wednesday 1/29/2020

In an impeachment context, “the interest in getting accurate information is just too great,” Driesen said. “It doesn’t make any sense to say that information that’s important to an impeachment trial could be withheld based on executive privilege” ...

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David Driesen

Black Law Student Association Trial Team Advances to National Round of the Constance Baker Motley Trial Competition

Monday 1/27/2020

The College of Law’s Black Law Student Association trial team of 3Ls Davida Hawkes and William Wolfe and 2Ls Kenneth Knight and Sharon Otasowie placed second at the regional round of the Constance Baker Motley Trial Competition.

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William Wolfe, Davida Hawkes, Sharon Otasowie, Kenneth Knight

DCEx and PhillyEx Students Hear from Distinguished Guest Lecturer Principal Assistant U.S. Attorney Alessio Evangelista L’95

Monday 1/27/2020

Distinguished Guest Lecturer and Principal Assistant U.S. Attorney Alessio Evangelista L’95 recently hosted Spring 2020 DCEx and PhillyEx students at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia.

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Spring 2020 DCEx and PhillyEx Students

Professor William C. Banks Discusses Trump Impeachment Trial on KPCC

Wednesday 1/22/2020

The U.S. Senate plunged into President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial with Republicans abruptly abandoning plans to cram opening arguments into two days but solidly rejecting for now Democratic demands for more witnesses ...

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William C. Banks

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