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Stacey-Rae Simcox

Stacey-Rae Simcox’s article, Lightening the VA’s Rucksack: A Proposal for Higher Education Medical-Legal Partnerships to Assist the VA in Efficiently and Accurately Granting Veterans Disability Compensation, made the SSRN’s Top Ten Download list for eight different eJournals, including Clinical Law Teaching & Practice, Disability Law, and Health Economics.… » Read more
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Robert Batey

Professor Emeritus Robert Batey’s paper, “TEACHING CRIMINAL LAW: SOME USEFUL CASES,” was recently listed on SSRN’s Top Ten download list for: LSN: Courses, Cases & Teaching Materials (Topic).  An article by Professor Batey has recently been cited in Commonwealth v. Knox, 2014 WL 7090082 (Pa. Dec. 15, 2014).… » Read more
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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy addressed the Harvard Club of Sarasota on December 12, 2014.  Her talk was entitled “Money in Politics after Citizens United” and included a discussion of current campaign finance jurisprudence surrounding pay to play, the regulation of corporate political spending and transparency, as well as updates on reform efforts at the FCC, FEC, SEC and IRS.… » Read more
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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy spoke on a panel entitled “Can Someone Please Turn on the Lights? Ensuring Transparency When Non-Profits Engage in Lobbying and Political Activities” at the 2014 Council on Governmental Ethics Laws (COGEL) Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, PA on December 10, 2014.  She spoke about constitutional ways to regulate dark money. Co-Panelists included the Chairman of the FEC Lee Goodman, the Director of the… » Read more
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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy presented on a panel on “Money in Politics and Democracy” with co-panelists John Bonifaz, Professor Mark Alexander, Professor Larry Lessig, and Moderator FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub at Harvard Law School’s Symposium on “Advancing a New Jurisprudence for American Self-Government and Democracy” on November 7, 2014. She spoke about how money in American politics places meritocracy at risk.… » Read more
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Ashley Chase

Ashley Chase contributed a chapter (Chapter 12) to The Small Library Manager’s Handbook and the book has recently been released:  https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442230132.… » Read more
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Jason Palmer

Professor Jason Palmer has been appointed to the first AALS Task Force on Professional Development.… » Read more
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Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy’s article, “The Democracy We Left Behind in Greece and McCutcheon” has recently been published in 89 NYU Law Review 112 (2014), http://www.nyulawreview.org/issues/volume-89-online-symposium/democracy-we-left-behind-greece-and-mccutcheon.… » Read more
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Linda Anderson

Professor Linda Anderson recently presented at the New England Regional Legal Writing Conference, Developing Persuasion Skills Through Leadership Training:  Providing Students with a New Lens for Legal Writing, at the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Teachers Conference, Vermont Law School.… » Read more
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Jason Palmer

Professor Jason Palmer has been appointed co-chair for the Legal Writing Institute’s Biennial Meeting in Portland, Oregon, in July 2016, an event which will attract approximately 500 legal writing professors from all across the United States.… » Read more
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