• Unwarranted: A Conversation on Policing

    Policing Principles Project Reporter Barry Friedman of NYU School of Law, along with Sherrilyn Ifill of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, and Trymaine Lee, national reporter for MSNBC and NBC News, joined in conversation with New America NYC on the contemporary debates about policing. Some of ...

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  • Richard Revesz Authors Piece on the Future of Clean Air and Water

    NYU School of Law professor Richard L. Revesz has written an op-ed piece for Newsweek. The article, ‘Will Trump’s EPA Chief, Scott Pruitt, Keep Our Air And Water Clean?’ examines how the new EPA Administrator will adhere to the current regulations in place that ensure the cleanliness ...

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  • From Inmate to Georgetown Professor

    Shon Hopwood began writing briefs for inmates while he himself was incarcerated. It was during his time in federal prison when the U.S. Supreme Court first agreed to hear a petition for certiorari that Mr. Hopwood had written for a fellow inmate.

    Seth P. Waxman of WilmerHale ...

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  • Lindsay Robertson Receives University Award

    Lindsay G. Robertson of the University of Oklahoma College of Law received the Regents’ Award at the university’s annual event, “A Tribute to the Faculty.”

    “Lindsay is one our college’s greatest champions for service and outreach,” said OU College of Law Dean Joseph Harroz Jr. “He ...

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  • National Archives to Present Program on Jewish Supreme Court Justices

    The National Archives will host a book talk and discussion titled, “The Jewish Justices of the Supreme Court: From Brandeis to Kagan,” on Thursday, May 4. This event will be held in the William G. McGowan Theater, and is free and open to the public. 

    Seth P. Waxman ...

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