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Law - Social Sciences - 09.11.2018
How law shapes the #MeToo movement
Noise and protest are important parts of the #MeToo movement-but so is civility, Valerie Jarrett, a distinguished senior fellow at the University of Chicago Law School and a former senior adviser for President Barack Obama, told students at a Nov.

Law - 08.11.2018
Justice pilot reaches unreachable family violence victims
A successful justice pilot initiative supported by The ANU has the potential to help young and vulnerable people across rural and regional Australia access legal help more quickly and keep them safe.

Law - 01.11.2018
UQ lawyers welcome Human Rights Act
Human rights experts at The University of Queensland Law School have welcomed the Queensland Government's Human Rights legislation tabled in Parliament yesterday.

Law - 01.11.2018
UQ lawyers respond to Human Rights Act
A number of human rights experts at The University of Queensland Law School have welcomed the Queensland Government's Human Rights legislation tabled in Parliament yesterday.

Law - 23.10.2018
Open Access: Tearing down the paywall is hard work
There's been some bad blood between scientific publishers and their suppliers and customers. Scientists pay to have their work published.

Law - 22.10.2018
New Stanford research reexamines U.S. Constitution’s story
Jonathan Gienapp, assistant professor of history, teaches the course HISTORY 252: Originalism and the American Constitution: History and Interpretation.

Law - 16.10.2018
How Brexit Can Transform the Governance of Global Civil Aviation
The McGill University Institute of Air and Space Law has released a detailed new paper by its Director, Professor Brian F. Havel, that comprehensively analyses the legal and policy consequence

Law - Career - 15.10.2018
New MacArthur fellow found intellectual ’springboard’ at UChicago
More than two decades ago, Rebecca Sandefur stepped onto the UChicago campus for the first time as a graduate student, drawn by what she saw as a unique challenge.

Law - Career - 15.10.2018
Alumna and new MacArthur fellow found intellectual ’springboard’ at UChicago
More than two decades ago, Rebecca Sandefur stepped onto the UChicago campus for the first time as a graduate student, drawn by what she saw as a unique challenge.

Law - 08.10.2018

Law - Astronomy / Space Science - 04.10.2018
Senators, show fairness to Kavanaugh
Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) Senate Judiciary Committee members, take heed: You are not running a criminal trial.

Law - 27.09.2018
Conference on Law & Development in Leiden
Inleiding: On 19 - 21 September 2018, members of the Law & Development Research Group participated in the 3rd Annual Conference of the Law & Development Research Network On 19 - 21 September, members

Health - Law - 13.09.2018

Law - History / Archeology - 12.09.2018

Law - 12.09.2018
Civil rights in a complex world
Civil rights in a complex world
Professor Bruno Perreau examines the relationships between personal identity and public institutions.

Law - Physics - 28.08.2018
Harris scholar fights to reform property tax system
In 2015, if you'd asked property tax expert Christopher Berry about the work he did for the Cook County Assessor's Office, he would have said it was "a textbook example of how to do policy reform." The Assessor's Office determines the value of properties in the county. But James Houlihan, the office's leader at the time Berry began his work, knew that some of those assessments were flawed.

Environment - Law - 26.08.2018
The environment as a human rights issue
From lead pipes in Flint, Michigan, and toxic sites in East Chicago to severe hurricanes and flooding in Texas, Miami and Puerto Rico, environmental and climate disasters pack a hard punch on low-income communities and communities of color.

Environment - Law - 23.08.2018

Law - Religions - 10.08.2018
Boris comments legitimises Islamophobic sentiment says "burqa ban" challenge legal advisor
An expert in international human rights at the University of Sussex has criticised former foreign secretary Boris Johnson claiming his comments on women who wear burqas "legitimise Islamophobic sentiment".

Law - Social Sciences - 10.08.2018

Social Sciences - Law - 10.08.2018
Don’t Blame Nonprofits for Family Separations at the Border
Government-mandated separation of families at our southern border finally sparked collective outrage about the treatment of families seeking asylum in the U.S. But now we have a new problem.

Social Sciences - Law - 06.08.2018
Justice in Wales?
Could a distinct Welsh justice system improve access to justice, reduce crime and promote rehabilitation? The future of the current single 'England and Wales' justice system is being called into question as variations between the laws of the two countries increase.

Law - Social Sciences - 03.08.2018

Law - Administration - 30.07.2018
Senior Vice President and Corporation Secretary Greg Morgan to retire
Senior Vice President and Corporation Secretary Greg Morgan to retire
Suzanne Glassburn of MIT's Office of the General Counsel will assume role.

Law - Social Sciences - 27.07.2018
’Unreasonable behaviour’ most common ground for divorce
What grounds do people give for wanting a divorce?  That question sits at the centre of a new Oxford University study which charts the changes in the main 'facts' that husbands and wives give for petitioning for divorce, since the Divorce Reform Act 1969 was implemented in 1971.

Health - Law - 23.07.2018
Yale scholars tackle opioid crisis in groundbreaking journal issue
Can Congress Subpoena The Interpreter From Trump's Putin Meeting? Experts Aren't Sure. Some constitutional scholars want lawmakers to try anyway.

Career - Law - 23.07.2018
Dr Moana Jackson to explore Indigenous rights at 10th annual Dungala Kaiela Oration
Dr Moana Jackson to explore Indigenous rights at 10th annual Dungala Kaiela Oration
Prominent M?ori lawyer and social justice advocate Moana Jackson will explore treaty, sovereignty and self-governance at the 10 th  annual  Dungala Kaiela 'Defining Goulburn Murray' Oration  on Yorta Yorta country in Shepparton on Tuesday, 24 July.

Social Sciences - Law - 13.07.2018
Separation of Families is the Tip of the Iceberg
The stark images of separated children and parents in cages, and the total chaos of the vast immigration detention system has outraged the American public.

Law - Social Sciences - 12.07.2018

Administration - Law - 12.07.2018
Justice and Jurisdiction project provides important and timely insights
Research being carried out at Cardiff University will help policymakers decide on the future of the Welsh justice system.
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