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Professor Mitchell Presents to Kinder Forum on Constitutional Democracy

December 15th, 2014

Professor S. David Mitchell recently gave a talk at the University of Missouri’s Kinder Forum on Constitutional Democracy Society of Fellows dinner. In his presentation, Enduring Hypocrisy: How Felon Disenfranchisement Laws and Collateral Consequences Deny Full Citizenship,”

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Professor Trachtenberg Discusses Monetary Compensation for Vacated Sentences with The Kansas City Star

December 5th, 2014

Professor Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in an article from The Kansas City Star about the civil lawsuit being filed by Ryan Ferguson’s attorney, Kathleen Zellner. Ferguson was convicted in the 2001 killing of Columbia Daily Tribune

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Removal of Ichthus Subject of Comment by Professor Esbeck

December 4th, 2014

Professor Carl Esbeck was recently quoted in an article from the Columbia Daily Tribune about the controversy over a Gulf War veterans memorial located on the Boone County (Mo.) Courthouse plaza. An ichthus, a Christian symbol, was

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Prof. Abrams Writes, Speaks About Local Government’s “Power of the Permit”

December 4th, 2014

In a new law review article, Professor Doug Abrams urges local government agencies to exercise their “power of the permit” to authorize use of public fields, gymnasiums and other sports facilities only by youth sports organizations that

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Mizzou Law Student Wins LexisNexis Full Year Tuition Contest

December 3rd, 2014

Second-year student Chris Shade was recently announced as the winner of the LexisNexis Full Year Tuition Contest. You can watch a video of the Vice President for LexisNexis Law Schools, Paul Speca, announce Shade as the winner

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