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  • Virtual Courts and Litigant Empathy

    Virtual Courts and Litigant Empathy

    Susan A. Bandes of DePaul University College of Law was interviewed by Law360 on her new article discussing the virtual adaptations courthouses and legal bodies have had to make as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and what potential side effects these changes may have had on litigants ...

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  • Olatunde Johnson on Civil Rights and Climate Change

    Olatunde Johnson on Civil Rights and Climate Change

    Olatunde C.A. Johnson of Columbia Law School is featured on the school’s final episode of the Defending the Planet podcast. She discusses climate change and how low-income communities and communities of color have greater exposure to harmful air and water pollution, and also reviews the legal ...

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  • Chris Odinet on Fintech and Nonbank Mortgage Servicers

    Chris Odinet on Fintech and Nonbank Mortgage Servicers

    A Morning Consult article details the developments in the housing market over the past year that have enabled nonbank and fintech mortgage companies, financial institutions that offer bank related lending services, to grow their market share. The end of forbearance protections, however, presents a challenge for these institutions ...

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  • Jane Cutler Greenspan on Understanding Title IX

    In a JAMS podcast “JAMS Solutions for Higher Education: Examining Informal Resolution of Title IX Cases,” Jane Cutler Greenspan, retired judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, discusses Title IX adjudication and resolving campus disputes. Greenspan helps establish the groundwork for understanding informal resolution in the context of ...

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  • Danielle Citron and Debating Section 230

    Danielle Citron and Debating Section 230

    Danielle Citron of the University of Virginia School of Law participated in a discussion with The American Prospect analyzing different facets of Section 230, a provision in the Communications Decency Act that provides immunity to website platforms from third-party content. The discussion reviewed the original goals of Section ...

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