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Provisions addressing terminating the appointment of a Special Counsel

In May 2017 Acting Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein appointed Robert S. Mueller III, a former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as Special Counsel pursuant to the authority set out in 28 CFR 600. Mr. Mueller serves at … Continue reading

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Addressing the International Legal Challenges of Genetic Engineering

Thanks to rapid advances in genetic technology, scientists can give cells cancer-fighting capabilities and improve athletic performance with genes that help build muscle faster. But this new gene editing technology raises serious ethical concerns. In a recent keynote at the … Continue reading

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The Unrecognized Warzone: Addressing PTSD in NICU Parents

It is well known that returning soldiers often develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a condition marked by flashbacks to a trauma, hyperalertness, avoidance of situations that trigger upsetting memories, and negative emotions such as guilt or shame. However, fewer people … Continue reading

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Addressing Legal Estrangement

Monica C. Bell, Police Reform and the Dismantling of Legal Estrangement, 126 Yale L.J. 2054 (2017). Jennifer Chacon The topic of police reform has received a great deal of attention in academic and policy circles in recent years. One of … Continue reading

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Addressing the Dangers of Partially Driverless Cars

A world with driverless cars is coming closer to being a reality. Cars with features that allow a carefully monitoring driver to remove both hands from the steering wheel and foot from the pedal—known as partially driverless cars—are already on … Continue reading

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