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CCJI: Emmett Till Act Passes House, Heads Back to Senate for Action

Thursday 12/8/2016

The House of Representatives passed the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016 by voice vote during its evening session on December 7.


Emmitt Till

Semester in DC Program Concludes Fall Session with Guest Lecturer Joseph DiScipio L’95

Wednesday 12/7/2016

The Semester in Washington D.C. Program concluded the Fall 2016 semester with Distinguished Guest Lecturer Joseph DiScipio L’95.


Joseph DiScipio L’95

Professor Crane Writes “Fatal Attraction – The International Criminal Court and Politics”

Wednesday 12/7/2016

Professor of Practice David Crane L’80 recently contributed a guest column to Jurist on the International Criminal Court and the role politics plays in seeking justice for victims.

Read the article here.


David M. Crane

Professor Helfman Participates in Commercial Republicanism Conference

Tuesday 12/6/2016

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman recently participated in a conference organized by the Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions. The conference, which was attended by historians and political philosophers from Europe and the United States, focused on the historical development of commercial republicanism.


Tara Helfman

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