Tag Archives: Scholarship

In Defense of “Rankings Scholarship”

As someone who has done some scholarship on law school rankings (here and here), I concur wholeheartedly (if not disinterestedly) in Bill Hendersons thoughtful post, In Defense of Rankings ScholarshipThe study of rankings is primarily the study of markets within… … Continue reading

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Orange Tulip Scholarship Mexico 2019-2020

ENLACE http://www.anuies.mx/media/docs/avisos/pdf/181126144703Holanda-OrangeTulipScholarship-2019-2020.pdf Read more detail on Recent Intellectual Property Law posts –

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Inspiring future lawyers to pursue justice through Morgan & Morgan’s ‘For the People’ Scholarship

At Morgan & Morgan, we are committed to giving back to the community and fighting for what’s right. We are a leading personal injury law firm dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful. The law, after all, is about … Continue reading

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Fall 2018 Scholarship Winner – Caden Turner

Congratulations to the winner of our Fall 2018 Andrew Flusche Scholarship – Caden Turner! Caden is a high school senior from St. Louis, MO. He is undecided about where is will be attending college, but he certainly has a creative … Continue reading

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What Firearms Law and Regulatory Scholarship Can Learn from Each Other

It would be an understatement to say that gun debate partisans have different views about the proper relationship between gun rights and regulation. From a scholarly perspective, those differences are typically refracted through the lenses of constitutional law, public health, … Continue reading

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