Tag:Supreme Court

Disparate Impact Claims an Important Legal Option: Professor Oliveri

February 18th, 2015

Professor Rigel Oliveri recently had an opinion piece published in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the Supreme Court’s review of “disparate impact claims,” or actions that are superficially non-discriminatory but do “disproportionately (harm) members of one racial

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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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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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“Jurisdictional Question in Hobby Lobby:” Prof. E. Hawley Publishes Article in Yale Law Journal Forum

September 12th, 2014

Professor Erin Morrow Hawley recently published a piece in the Yale Law Journal Forum arguing that the Supreme Court failed to discuss an important jurisdictional question stemming from a statute, the Anti-Injunction Act of 1867, in Burwell

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Columbia Daily Tribune Quotes Prof. Trachtenberg about Sex Crimes Case

August 22nd, 2014

Prof. Ben Trachtenberg was recently quoted in a Columbia Daily Tribune article about a relatively unpublicized Missouri Supreme Court ruling in July that struck down the option for judges to “set aside” sex crime convictions if they

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