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

April 11th, 2014

In his “Youth Sports Heroes of the Month” blog column for April, Prof. Doug Abrams features a Colorado high school soccer team whose girls supported a Muslim teammate who was ejected by referees who ruled that her

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Religious Conscience and the Contraception Mandate: Prof. Esbeck Addresses Memphis Law School

April 9th, 2014

“Religious Conscience and the Health Care Contraception Mandate” was the topic of Prof. Carl Esbeck’s address at the SBA Spring Endowed Lecture at the University of Memphis School of Law. Esbeck’s lecture and follow-up workshop on March

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Prof. Reuben’s Mindfulness Study Referenced In NALP Bulletin

April 8th, 2014

Prof. Richard Reuben’s current study on the effects of mindfulness on first-year law students was recently referenced in the National Association of Law Placement’s (NALP) bulletin. The focus of the NALP article featuring the study discussed the

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Prof. Strong Elected to Leadership Position in American Society of International Law

April 8th, 2014

Prof. S.I. Strong was recently elected co-chair of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) Private International Law Interest Group. The group’s general mission includes making developments in the field more readily accessible to interest group members and

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ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Conference Features Mizzou Law Faculty

April 7th, 2014

Three Mizzou professors recently spoke at the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution’s Sixteenth Annual Spring Conference in Miami. Prof. Carli Conklin presented at the Legal Educators Colloquium as part of a panel, “Historical Perspectives on Arbitration

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