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A distinguished panel of appellate judges took the bench to hear arguments for the championship round of the 2014 Desmond Moot Court Competition.
On Oct. 29 at 6 p.m., a student-sponsored panel of law professors and practicing attorneys will take up the question of how we should treated unaccompanied minors at the border.
Two innovative public service endeavors have invigorated the Law School’s Jaeckle Center: a New York State election news blog and a non-partisan voting rights clearinghouse.
Attorney Kenneth R. Feinberg’s 2014 Lippes Lecture addressed the complex and emotional process of applying money to soothe the human wounds of mass tragedies.
Kenneth R. Feinberg, the Gerald S. Lippes lecturer, will speak on “Settlements and Compensation Funds” at an Oct. 6 Law School conference that will examine recent developments in tort law.
Oct. 29, 2014
The Huffington Post - Professor Lucinda Finley’s paper, “The
Hidden Victims of Tort Reform: Women, Children and the
Elderly,” was quoted in an article about the negative impact
that malpractice caps disproportionately have on women, children
and senior citizens.
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