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News & Galleries tagged with: Faculty in the News
- Coleman: Botched Oklahoma execution was "horrendous" and "easily avoidable" - May 01, 2014
- Buell on criminal prosecution of global banks: Systemic importance doesn't necessarily prevent guilty pleas - May 01, 2014
- Rai: U.S. courts are “in a state of disarray” on issue of limiting the use of essential patents to hinder competition - April 30, 2014
- Haagen: NBA Commissioner Silver has "put his stamp on the league" with ban on Clippers' owner - April 30, 2014
- Justice John Paul Stevens cites Adler's 1998 article "The Etiquette of Federalism" in forthcoming book - April 28, 2014
- Coleman comments on political corruption investigations and the entrapment defense - April 28, 2014
- Blocher weighs in on Senate candidate's constitutional claims - April 28, 2014
- Haagen says Northwestern football players' vote on unionizing will inevitably be divisive - April 25, 2014
- Charles comments on the unprecedented public clash over race between Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Sotomayor - April 24, 2014
- Cox discusses unlikely alliance between corporate raider and corporate leadership - April 23, 2014
- Purdy describes the evolution of an accidental neoliberal - April 22, 2014
- Bart to contribute to new "Clinical Law Prof Blog" - April 22, 2014
- Richman’s forthcoming DLJ article, “The Challenge of Co-Religionist Commerce,” cited in Kentucky Supreme Court opinion - April 21, 2014
- Beskind argues Racial Justice Act death penalty case before N.C. Supreme Court - April 15, 2014
- Bowling predicts future of unionized college football - April 15, 2014
- Wiener co-authors portion of climate change report issued by U.N. panel - April 14, 2014
- Ward and Foster offer four steps for NCAA reform - April 11, 2014
- Farahany and student team analyze the rise of neuroscience-based legal defenses - April 11, 2014
- 1974 Vidmar study revealed bigoted viewers didn't see "All in the Family" as satire - April 11, 2014
- Longest discusses North Carolina's "relaxing of environmental regulations" - April 10, 2014
- Adler's "Well-Being and Fair Distribution" cited as example of how best to use specialized language - April 09, 2014
- Zelenak talks about taxation and citizenship - April 09, 2014
- Purdy: Our fascination with "Game of Thrones" may speak to political truths - April 08, 2014
- Siegel discusses legal challenge that could affect North Carolina's same-sex marriage ban - April 08, 2014
- Gulati and Blocher ask, "What if Putin had bought Crimea?" - April 07, 2014