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Should Older Individuals Be Entitled to a “Second Childhood”?

As more individuals survive for longer periods of time, these individuals have increasingly become the victims of various scams. Should they have a defense of “old age” just like a young individual has the defense of “minority.” This is one… … Continue reading

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Individuals with Disabilities and Families Should Research Eligibility and Services before Moving to another State

By Sandi Rosenbaum, Educational Advocate, Littman Krooks LLP Relocation to another state is a complex prospect for individuals with disabilities and their families. Jason DaSilva’s NY Times Op-Doc  of July 24, “How Healthcare Makes Disability a Trap,” illustrates an important … Continue reading

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The Essential Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh Reader: What Cases Should You Read?

The Essential Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh Reader: What Cases Should You Read?, CRS Legal Sidebar, July 25, 2018 “Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, whom President Trump has nominated to fill the impending Supreme Court vacancy caused by Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s … Continue reading

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The Lawfare Podcast: Should Humans Communicate With Aliens?

For years, Shane Harris of the Washington Post has been fascinated with the search for extraterrestrial life in the universe. But that search raises a profound question: Should we try to communicate with aliens? Is there a risk to alerting … Continue reading

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HMM: Antibiotic Resistance Can Spread Through The Air, Scientists Warn, And Yes You Should Be Terri…

HMM: Antibiotic Resistance Can Spread Through The Air, Scientists Warn, And Yes You Should Be Terrified. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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