Tag:Faculty blogs

Professor Bowman Publishes Op-Ed on How Mueller Can Present Conclusions to Congress

February 1st, 2018

In his latest op-ed for Slate, Professor Frank Bowman discusses the options that special counsel Robert Mueller has if during his investigation into any coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign he finds any legal wrongdoing on

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Mizzou Law Student Contributes to Consumer Tips Blog

September 7th, 2017

Second-year Mizzou Law student Bob Bennett recently contributed to MyConsumertips.info, the nonprofit website created and run by Professor Amy Schmitz that is dedicated to helping consumers with common issues. In his post, he provides useful information regarding

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Objective Intent: Professor Lietzan’s New Blog Focuses on Food and Drug Administration

July 13th, 2017

Professor Erika Lietzan has launched a new blog, Objective Intent. In this blog, she and a co-author, Professor Patricia Zettler of Georgia State University, explore legal and policy issues associated with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

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“Missouri Takes a Strong Stance on Arbitration:” Mizzou Law Student Contributes to My Consumer Tips Blog

March 14th, 2017

Third-year law student Cailynn Hayter recently published an article, “Missouri Takes a Strong Stance on Arbitration,” as a guest blogger on Professor Amy Schmitz’s website, My Consumer Tips. In her post, Hayter analyzes the consumer friendly implications

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Professor Crouch’s Blog, Patently-O, Celebrates 6,000th Post

January 20th, 2017

This week, Professor Dennis Crouch published his 6,000th post on Patently-O, his successful patent law blog. For the past 13 years, Patently-O has covered U.S. patent law issues on a daily basis. The site is read by

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