In an article for CQ Roll Call, Paul B. Stephan of UVA School of Law spoke on the constitutionality of civil forfeiture proceedings against frozen assets of Russian oligarchs. The Senate Judiciary Committee held a meeting where they discussed redirecting the proceeds from the forfeitures to humanitarian and ...Continue Reading
UCLA School of Law has launched the Safeguarding Democracy Project, aimed at ensuring free and fair elections in the United States. Headed by Richard L. Hasen, who recently joined the law faculty of UCLA, the project will promote research, events, and advocacy aimed at ensuring election integrity.
When ...Continue Reading
Following his retirement from the Supreme Court of the United States, Stephen G. Breyer has joined the faculty of Harvard Law School as the Byrne Professor of Administrative Law and Process. He will teach seminars and reading groups, author books and scholarship, and participate in the Harvard community ...Continue Reading
In their study of eviction rates in Philadelphia, David A. Hoffman of Penn Law and Anton Strezhnev of University of Chicago explore the role of transit to court in preventing tenants from asserting their rights. The study found that tenants living further away from the courthouse, relying on ...Continue Reading
The University of Washington School of Law announced that Tamara F. Lawson has been selected as the next Toni Rembe Endowed Dean.
“I’m inspired by UW Law’s commitment to academic excellence while rooted in its core values of access to justice and public service,” Lawson said ...Continue Reading