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International commercial courts: should the EU be next? – EP study building competence in commercial law

By Erlis Themeli, Xandra Kramer, and Georgia Antonopoulou, Erasmus University Rotterdam (postdoc researcher, PI, and PhD candidate ERC project Building EU Civil Justice) Previous posts on this blog have described the emerging international commercial and business courts in various Member States. … Continue reading

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Immigration groups ponder next move (AP via Yahoo! News)

Immigration advocates are struggling to frame images of this weeks clash between police and protesters in a way that promotes their cause, with some activists considering using the event to attract supporters. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – … Continue reading

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MICHAEL BARONE: If Democrats can’t run Chicago, can they run anything? No. Next question?…

MICHAEL BARONE: If Democrats can’t run Chicago, can they run anything? No. Next question? Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Planned Parenthood’s Next President: An Immigrant Doctor of Color Who Grew Up on Medicaid

Slate (Sept. 12, 2018): Planned Parenthood’s Next President: An Immigrant Doctor of Color Who Grew Up on Medicaid, by Christina Cauterucci: Planned Parenthood announced in September that its new president, Leana Wen, will start in November. Wen currently serves as… … Continue reading

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Archbishop of Canterbury May be the Next Robin Hood

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, of the United Kingdom has co-written a report for the Institute for Public Policy Research which calls for the wealthiest of Britain's citizens to pay much more in taxes. The tax hikes would include… … Continue reading

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