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Chronicle: Leading Legal Educators Call for a Shakeup in How the Law Is Taught

Interesting article in the Chronicle of Higher Education: Leading Legal Educators Call for a Shakeup in How the Law Is Taught, by Katherine Mangan: Years of frustration over a system of legal education that has changed little in more than… … Continue reading

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Call for LEL Papers: Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review

Here's a call for papers from the Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review: The Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review is seeking submissions for its Spring 2019 Symposium on the topic of the revitalization of labor law. In… … Continue reading

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Law Professor Twitter Census 2018-2019 Edition: Call for Entries

The latest Law Professor Twitter Census is under way here at the Faculty Lounge.  If you are a full-time faculty member at a law school and are on Twitter, please feel free to add yourself to the list and indicate … Continue reading

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Can a New York Judge Order Spousal Support for Less Time than the Guidelines Call For?

When a judge presides over a New York divorce, one of the parties will often request to receive post-divorce maintenance payments, formerly called alimony, from the other party. Up until 2015, the determination of the amount and duration of post-divorce … Continue reading

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Stop-and-Frisk Settlement in Milwaukee Lawsuit Is a Wakeup Call for Police Nationwide

Police must institute reforms to end biased policing and unlawful stops and frisks. In a banner day for police reform, the city of Milwaukee has entered into a settlement agreement to end practices amounting to a decade-long stop-and-frisk program that … Continue reading

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