Prof. Ben Trachtenberg

Using Shared Governance to Preserve Free Speech on Campus: Professor Trachtenberg in The Chronicle for Higher Education

May 25th, 2017

Professor Ben Trachtenberg recently wrote an article published in The Chronicle for Higher Education, “How Missouri Used Shared Governance to Preserve Free Speech on Campus,” in which he discussed free speech at public universities. Specifically, he described

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Law Faculty Help Develop New Policies Designed to Help Campus Community, Visitors Understand Rights Related to Protests and Use of Public Spaces

April 28th, 2017

School of Law faculty were among the members of a committee that created new and revised policies that will help the MU community and visitors understand their rights and responsibilities related to campus protests and the use

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Professor Trachtenberg Testifies on Two Bills Concerning Police-Involved Shootings and Deaths

March 2nd, 2017

Professor Ben Trachtenberg testified at a public hearing before the Missouri House Committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety on House Bill 41. This bill specifies that “if charges are filed against a law enforcement officer based

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Faculty Present to Missouri Attorney General Conference

September 28th, 2016

Two members of the Mizzou Law faculty recently presented at an annual conference held by the Missouri Attorney General’s Office (AGO). During the eighth annual Continuing Legal Education Conference, speakers included Professors Chuck Henson and Ben Trachtenberg.

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Universities Should Encourage Teams to Create Casebooks: Professor Trachtenberg Proposes Free Casebooks Plan

July 25th, 2016

Professor Ben Trachtenberg recently published an article in the Saint Louis University Law Journal’s “teaching issue” on reducing the cost of law school textbooks to the price of printing, which for electronic versions is zero. Professor Trachtenberg

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