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Faruki+ Attorneys “Reflect” on Federal Criminal Justice System

Faruki+ partner Ben Dusing and associate Augustus Flottman address some challenging issues in federal criminal practice, offering their candid reflection on the criminal justice system and thoughts on how it can be enhanced.  Click for August 2018 Northern Kentucky Bar Association … Continue reading

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PRA consultation on regulatory reporting requirements to reflect EBA’s proposed changes to ITS on supervisory reporting

On 12 September 2018, the PRA published  Consultation Paper 19/18: Regulatory reporting: European Banking Authority Taxonomy 2.9 (CP19/18). In CP19/18 the PRA sets out proposals to update certain PRA reporting requirements to reflect relevant proposals made by the European Banking … Continue reading

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A sports junkie who ate pasta with ketchup: Law school friends reflect on Kavanaugh’s time at YLS

In the days following the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 to the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats have condemned President Donald Trump’s pick as an enemy of the left. But ask Kavanaugh’s progressive friends from Yale Law School, … Continue reading

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[Eugene Volokh] University of Miami Demands $7500 for Security for Free Speech Debate Involving Charles Murray [UPDATE: Dean's response added, post bumped up to reflect that]

[UPDATE: I've bumped up the post, which was originally posted Monday, in light of the Dean's response; click on "MORE" to see the rest of the original post, the Dean's response, and my reaction to the response.] The Federalist Society … Continue reading

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How Do Men and Women Reflect on Their Divorce Experience, According to This Survey?

A variety of factors can impact response to divorce, but according to one survey, gender may be the most influential. Read on to learn how men and women respond to and reflect on the divorce experience and its aftermath. Read … Continue reading

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