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“Witches Be Crazy” Focuses on Salem Witch Trial Accusations

October 10th, 2014

Mizzou Law’s Historical and Theatrical Trial Society recently presented “Witches be Crazy,” an unscripted, unrehearsed trial, at the Missouri Theatre. The trial, covered by the Columbia Missourian and the Columbia Daily Tribune, focused on Thomas Putnam, who had

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Collective Redress and Class Actions Subject of Professor Strong’s Presentation in Zurich

October 3rd, 2014

Prof. S.I. Strong recently traveled to Zurich, Switzerland, to speak at an international colloquium on collective redress and class actions in Europe and the United States. Professor Strong’s presentation focused on large-scale forms of arbitration, which was

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CSDR Marks 30th Anniversary

October 3rd, 2014

In 1984 the faculty at the University of Missouri Law School embarked on a mission to shape the development of the then nascent field of dispute resolution through the creation of the Center for the Study of

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Professor Lande Joins Indisputably Blog

October 2nd, 2014

Professor John Lande joined the “Indisputably” blog of alternative dispute resolution law professors, which includes two LLM alumni — Cynthia Alkon, LLM ’02, and Art Hinshaw, ’93, LLM ’00. Alkon is on the faculty at Texas A&M

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Second-Year Student Receives Corporate Law Scholarship

October 1st, 2014

Second-year student Yelena Bosovik is the recipient of a $10,000 award from Robert Half Legal and the Minority Corporate Counsel Association that she may use toward her law school tuition. As a Robert Half Legal Scholar and

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