Tag:Internet

Third-Year Student’s Article Featured by National Trial Lawyers

September 24th, 2014

The National Trial Lawyers website recently featured a piece on third-year student Allison Tungate about her article in the journal Information and Communications Technology Law on revenge porn. “Writing in the journal Information and Communications Technology Law, Allison Tungate

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Mizzou Law Student’s Article about Revenge Porn Cited by Al Jazeera America

June 23rd, 2014

An article written by third-year law student Allison Tungate was recently cited in an opinion piece published by Al Jazeera America entitled, “Learning to Live with ‘Love Porn.’” The editorial argues that there is no moral argument

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The Nation Highlights Prof. Cherry’s Research

February 20th, 2014

Prof. Miriam Cherry was recently quoted and cited in an article by Moshe Z. Marvit of The Nation. Prof. Cherry’s current legal research focuses on employment and labor law in the virtual world. The article focused on

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“Pirates of Cyberspace” Focus of Prof. Cherry’s Symposium Contribution

November 8th, 2013

Prof. Miriam Cherry was featured in an online symposium on the book, The Electronic Silk Road, written by Prof. Anupam Chander of the UC Davis School of Law. Her contribution, “Pirates of Cyberspace,” analyzed differing local and

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Scope of Retroactive Amelioration Subject of Online Discussion Featuring Prof. Mitchell

June 10th, 2013

Prof. S. David Mitchell recently published “Blanket Retroactive Amelioration: a Remedy for Disproportionate Punishments” in City Square, a Fordham Law School online discussion forum.  The article was in response to Dean Krent of the IIT Chicago-Kent School

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