• ‘The Right of Redress’ by Andrew Gold

    ‘The Right of Redress’ by Andrew Gold

    Andrew S. Gold of Brooklyn Law School has published a new book, The Right of Redress. The book offers readers a new theory on private law.

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    The law enables private parties to undo the wrongs committed against them, allowing victims to seek redress. A distinctive ...

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  • In Memoriam: Ted Reid

    Edward (Ted) S. Reid of Davis Polk passed away on July 17 at the age of 90.  

    A 1951 graduate of Yale University, Mr. Reid went on to serve in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves on active duty before receiving his LL.B. from Harvard Law School ...

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  • Australian High Court Cites Intentional Torts Tentative Draft

    On June 3, 2020, the Australian High Court cited §§ 26 and 44 in a decision involving the use of CS gas, a form of tear gas, during an incident at a juvenile detention center. The question was whether the tort of battery was committed when prison officers used ...

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  • ‘Inventing Latinos’ by Laura Gómez

    ‘Inventing Latinos’ by Laura Gómez

    Laura E. Gómez of UCLA Law has written a new book, Inventing Latinos: A New Story of American Racism

    Described as a “timely and groundbreaking argument that all Americans must grapple with Latinos’ dynamic racial identity,” the book offers readers a fascinating exploration of the Latino identity, and ...

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  • John Browning Honored with Patrick A. Nester Award

    John Browning Honored with Patrick A. Nester Award

    John G. Browning of Spencer Fane was recently honored by the Texas Bar College with the Patrick A. Nester Outstanding Achievement in CLE Award.  

    The award is named in honor of Patrick A. Nester, Director of the State Bar of Texas Professional Development Program and TexasBarCLE (1986-2000; 2005-2016 ...

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