Prof. Ben Trachtenberg

Professor Trachtenberg to Publish Article on Grand Juries

September 22nd, 2015

Associate Professor of Law Ben Trachtenberg recently posted his essay “No, You ‘Stand Up': Why Prosecutors Should Stop Hiding Behind Grand Juries” to the Social Science Research Network. The essay will also be published in a forthcoming

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Professor Trachtenberg Speaks to Newsy about Law School Statistics

June 10th, 2015

Professor Ben Trachtenberg recently spoke to Newsy about average salary statistics for recent law school graduates and how they can be misleading. In his interview, he explains the bimodal distribution of salary data for lawyers, noting that while

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Professor Trachtenberg Discusses Mistrial in Local Case

January 22nd, 2015

Professor Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in a story from KOMU about the case of Brian Adkison, who has been charged with burglary, rape and deviate sexual assault. Adkison’s trial resulted in a mistrial, according to the

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Law School Trial Featured in Columbia Daily Tribune

January 21st, 2015

The School of Law’s Historical and Theatrical Trial Society presented “Salem Witch Trials: The Trial of the Accuser” in September, and the performance was recently featured in the Columbia Daily Tribune’s review of the fall 2014 theater

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Title IX Procedures Explained by Professor Trachtenberg

January 20th, 2015

Professor Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in a story from the Columbia Daily Tribune about the University of Missouri’s procedures for hearing “cases of professors being accused of sexual discrimination under Title IX,” according to the article.

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