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- 08/18/14--05:30: _Professor Baker coa...
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- 08/18/14--05:30: Professor Baker coauthors new con law book
- 08/25/14--23:15: Professor Howard Wasserman on NPR
- 08/27/14--00:03: Read FIU Law Fellow Ryan Stoa’s recent RegBlog posting
- 09/01/14--23:12: Professor Howard Wasserman on MPR News
- 09/01/14--23:16: Professor George Knox on C-Span
- 09/02/14--00:27: Professor Jalloh gives opening keynote in Norway
Professor Thomas E. Baker has coauthored another constitutional law book: First Amendment Law: Freedom of Expression & Freedom of Religion, Third Edition.
Baker explained, “I am proud to have collaborated with two leading First Amendment scholars, Arthur Hellman at Pittsburgh and William Araiza at Brooklyn. Our casebook is one of the most adopted texts for this challenging subject. It includes the latest Supreme Court cases and numerous problems that make it eminently teachable – very student friendly. I enjoy using ...
Professors H.T. Smith and H. Scott Fingerhut have once again been selected for inclusion in the latest edition of Best Lawyers in America, in the practice areas of Criminal Defense: White-Collar and Non-White-Collar.
Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, published in almost 70 countries around the world. A listing in Best Lawyers is widely regarded by both clients and legal professionals as a significant honor, conferred on a lawyer by his or her ...
Hear Professor Howard Wasserman’s recent interview on NPR radio. The show is titled, Even Police Body Cameras Can Lose Sight of the Truth.
Ryan Stoa, a Fellow in Water Law and Policy and Deputy Director of Global Water for Sustainability (GLOWS) Program, recently contributed to the University of Pennsylvania’s RegBlog, read it here.
Professor Howard Wasserman appeared on MPR News as part of a discussion entitled, “Should cops be wearing video cameras?” Listen to it here.
Professor George Knox discusses, “Ethnic & Racial Political Discourse” on C-Span. Watch it here.
On August 28, 2014, Professor Charles C. Jalloh gave the opening keynote speech entitled, “The Negative Impact of the Security Council on the Legitimacy of the International Criminal Court.” The theme of this two-day inter-disciplinary conference, which is comprised of some leading international lawyers, political theorists and other social scientists from both Europe and the United States is on Legitimacy and Effectiveness of International Criminal Tribunals. The University of Oslo Faculty of Law is the convener. Read the conference program here.