Tag:Criminal Law

Law School Faculty Lead Discussions at Legal Education Conference

September 22nd, 2016

Nine members of the Mizzou Law faculty led discussions as speakers, panelists and moderators during the Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2016 Annual Conference. Professor Gary Myers was a panelist on a workshop covering scholarship and book

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Mizzou Law Student Comment Selected for Federal Sentencing Guidelines

March 2nd, 2016

The United States Sentencing Commission (USSC) has chosen a comment written by 2L Hannah Thomas as a representative comment for amending its Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Thomas argued that burglary should be removed as a crime of violence

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Blogs Note Research Performed by Mizzou Law Faculty

December 3rd, 2015

Two professors’ recent work is the subject of blog posts by colleagues at other schools. Stanford Law Professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette discusses Professor Erika Lietzan’s article, The Myth of Data Exclusivity, on a patent law and intellectual

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From the Courtroom to Cocoa Beans: Presentation Now Available Online

May 20th, 2014

During the spring semester, the law school was pleased to host a presentation by Shawn Askinosie, ’89, who had a successful career as a criminal defense attorney for nearly 20 years before founding Askinosie Chocolate in Springfield,

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Mizzou Law Alum Turned Social Entrepreneur to Speak in Hulston Hall

April 15th, 2014

On Wednesday, April 16, in Room 5 of Hulston Hall, Mizzou Law Alum Shawn Askinosie, ’89, will share his story of how chocolate shaped his career path and help him find his passion to give back to

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