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Mizzou Law Student’s Article Accepted by Emory International Law Review

January 9th, 2015

Third-year Mizzou Law student Liz LaFoe recently received an acceptance from the Emory International Law Review for her article “Save the Children: The Eighth Circuit Correctly Applies the Grave Risk Defense in Acosta v. Acosta.” The law

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Housing Discrimination Article by Professor Oliveri Cited in Amicus Brief

January 8th, 2015

Professor Rigel Oliveri’s article, “Between a Rock and A Hard Place: Landlords, Latinos, Anti-Illegal Immigrant Laws, and Housing Discimination” (published in the Vanderbilt Law Review), was recently cited in an amicus brief filed by the State Attorneys

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Professor Conducts Empirical Research, Report Cited by United Nations

January 7th, 2015

Professor S.I. Strong recently conducted a large-scale empirical study on the use and perception of international commercial mediation and conciliation that appears to be the first of its kind. The information was gathered to assist the United Nations Commission on International

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Alumnus Richard Elias Featured in The Wall Street Journal in “How a Memo Cost Big Banks $37 Billion”

January 5th, 2015

Richard M. Elias, ’02, was recently the focus of a Wall Street Journal article that centered on Elias’ discovery of a memo that allowed the U.S. Department of Justice to reach settlements with various banks, such as

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Affordable Care Act Topic of Editorial by Professor Hawley

December 30th, 2014

Professor Joshua Hawley recently wrote an editorial that was published in the Southeast Missourian about a lawsuit that the United States Supreme Court decided to hear regarding the Affordable Care Act. “The suit, called King v. Burwell,

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