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"A Slow Check & Balance": Newsweek Speaks to William C. Snyder About SCOTUS & Presidential Power

Wednesday 7/11/2018

“Our federal courts are reactive. They only respond to actual cases and controversies. So, they seem to be a slow check and balance in a world that moves fast. But, the Supreme Court does come around,” Snyder told Newsweek in an email ...


William C. Snyder

CCJI to Assist With Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit filed by the Family of Native American Rexdale Henry

Tuesday 7/10/2018

On Friday, July 6, 2018, the family of Rexdale Henry filed a lawsuit alleging constitutional claims and violations of federal civil rights that resulted in Mr. Henry’s death while in custody at the Neshoba County Detention Center in July 2015.


Commodity Futures Trading Commission Chairman Rostin Behnam L’05 Hosts DCEx Students

Friday 7/6/2018

Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Chairman Rostin Behnam L’05 recently participated as a distinguished guest lecturer for the DCEx program.


Rostin Behnam

Shubha Ghosh on the EU's Delay of "New Media" Copyright Legislation

Thursday 7/5/2018

The European Union (EU) parliament has rejected proposed legislature that would have imposed a tax on tech companies such as Facebook that linked to content (a “link tax”) and would have required companies to implement technology to screen copyrighted content from being uploaded to their platforms ...


Shubha Ghosh

Arlene Kanter Pens OpEd for The Jerusalem Post

Monday 7/2/2018

Why are so many countries (other than Israel) working so hard to promote inclusion over segregation? Because inclusion works. It is good for students with and without disabilities ...


Arlene Kanter

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