Tag Archives: Reform

Ropes & Gray Podcast: Tax Reform and Its Impact on Exempt Organizations, One Year In

Podcast Attorneys from the tax exempt group at Ropes & Gray have produced a podcast summarizing the changes to tax laws pertaining to exempt organizations. Click on the Podcast link centered above to listen during your lunch time. The podcast… … Continue reading

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Prosecutor races in Northern Virginia will mean real reform or little change

Prosecutor elections in Virginia may not be seen by enough voters to be as serious as they are. As a Virginia criminal lawyer, I know that awesome powers rest in prosecutors to decide whether to prosecute or not, agreeing to … Continue reading

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Local Resistance and Criminal Law Reform

Trevor Gardner, Right at Home: Modeling Sub-Federal Resistance as Criminal Justice Reform, 46 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2018), available at SSRN. Jennifer Chacón Two important law reform conversations are taking place on largely parallel tracks. One is a … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Can’t Be a Model for Reform if We Undermine People’s Rights

Members of the state’s General Assembly should deny ballot access to a “victims’ rights” constitutional amendment that threatens due process. Elected officials and corrections administrators in Pennsylvania have been doing a bit of a victory lap after the recent announcement … Continue reading

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Alimony Reform Group Outlines Hopes for 2019 Bill

Alimony Reform Group Outlines Hopes for 2019 Bill By Ayo & Iken Legal Correspondent Robert Napper Years of frustration is not stopping a group from launching a renewed fight for alimony reform in Florida this legislative session. Dozens of alimony … Continue reading

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