Faculty News

Podcast Features Prof. Abrams Discussing Diversity in Youth Sports

January 22nd, 2013

Prof. Doug Abrams recently appeared on “The Sports Edge” with Rick Wolff on WFAN radio in New York, focusing on diversity in youth sports. The discussion, which is now available as a podcast, related to an incident

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Prof. Abrams Continues to Blog About “Celebrating Diversity in Youth Sports”

January 16th, 2013

On December 8, two referees in Cooper City, Fla., ejected a volunteer youth soccer coach from a game for instructing some of his teenage players in Spanish. The coach refused to heed the refs’ instructions to speak

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Prof. Mitchell to be a Featured Speaker at “Legal Aspects of Civil and Social Equalities”

January 16th, 2013

Prof. David Mitchell will be a featured speaker at “Legal Aspects of Civil and Social Equalities,” a program sponsored by the Mid-Missouri Young Lawyers Association. The panelists will be discussing issues related to civil rights, e.g. voter

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The “New Normal:” Prof. Trachtenberg Discusses Job Placement Statistics in The Chronicle of Higher Education

January 15th, 2013

Prof. Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in an article, “Law Deans Confront a ‘New Normal’ as Schools Adjust to Job-Market Changes,” in The Chronicle of Higher Education. In the article, which examines the challenges currently facing law

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Federal Judicial Center Publishes Judges’ Guide Authored by Prof. Strong

January 14th, 2013

The Federal Judicial Center recently published a judges’ guide, “International Commercial Arbitration: A Guide for U.S. Judges,” written by Prof. S.I. Strong. The monograph introduces readers to the intricacies of international commercial arbitration and discusses the various

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