Tag:Ferguson, MO

Professor Mitchell Discusses Ferguson Committee Report on HuffPost Live

September 25th, 2015

Professor S. David Mitchell appeared on Huffpost Live’s segment discussing the Ferguson Committee’s report highlighting racial inequality. The Ferguson Committee’s report, “Forward Through Ferguson,” highlighted several areas of racial inequality as well as recommendations on how to

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Professor Trachtenberg to Publish Article on Grand Juries

September 22nd, 2015

Associate Professor of Law Ben Trachtenberg recently posted his essay “No, You ‘Stand Up’: Why Prosecutors Should Stop Hiding Behind Grand Juries” to the Social Science Research Network. The essay will also be published in a forthcoming

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Professor Reuben Quoted Regarding City Manager, Columbia Police Officers’ Association

August 28th, 2015

The Columbia Daily Tribune recently quoted Professor Richard Reuben in an article regarding claims that City Manager Mike Matthes violated state and federal constitutions during a meeting with Columbia Police Officers’ Association board members. Matthes demanded the board

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Scholarship Repository Informs Conversation on Ferguson Protests

August 26th, 2015

The School of Law launched its open access Scholarship Repository in September of 2013. Almost two years later, it houses 5,077 total articles, including faculty publications and complete archives of the Missouri Law Review, Journal of Dispute

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Missouri Scholars Academy Panel Discussion Includes Dean Henson

June 19th, 2015

Associate Dean Chuck Henson recently participated in the Missouri Scholars Academy (MSA) panel discussion on Ferguson, Mo., police brutality and the significance behind the hashtag #blacklivesmatter. In his presentation, he summarized the U.S. Department of Justice’s response

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