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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 ...

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Arlene Kanter

"The Problem with Civility;" Keith J. Bybee Speaks to NPR's On the Media

Monday 7/2/2018

The idea that our societal norms are on the verge of destruction has been in vogue ever since the 2016 election. But in the context of history, that’s normal, especially when the codes of civility that safeguard them seem to be continually battered by culture and politics ...

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Keith Bybee

Keith J. Bybee Writes on "The Rise of Trump and the Death of Civility"

Thursday 6/28/2018

According to supporters and opponents alike, President Donald J. Trump has been an unconventional candidate and president. In this article, Vice Dean Keith J. Bybee evaluates the relationship between Trump’s unconventional behavior and the requirements of civility ...

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Keith Bybee

TCLP to be Re-Named Innovation Law Center, and a New Intellectual Property Law Institute Created

Thursday 6/28/2018

Founded in 1990 by the late Professor Ted Hagelin, the Technology Commercialization Law Program (TCLP) was the first in the nation to combine scholarly legal analysis and a guided, hands-on law curriculum with the active development of new technologies, intellectual property (IP), and start-up companies ...

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Innovation Law Center students.

David M. Crane to Speak on Yemen Crisis at Stimson Center Event

Tuesday 6/26/2018

INSCT Faculty Member David M. Crane will join other distinguished international law scholars and practitioners at “Crisis in Yemen: Accountability and Reparations,” an event designed to bring the world’s attention to a growing humanitarian disaster in this Middle East nation ...

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David M. Crane

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