Tag:Wall Street Journal

Alumnus Richard Elias Featured in The Wall Street Journal in “How a Memo Cost Big Banks $37 Billion”

January 5th, 2015

Richard M. Elias, ’02, was recently the focus of a Wall Street Journal article that centered on Elias’ discovery of a memo that allowed the U.S. Department of Justice to reach settlements with various banks, such as

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Wall Street Journal Publishes Essay on Justice Holmes and Free Speech by Prof. Joshua Hawley

August 27th, 2013

Prof. Joshua Hawley explores Justice Holmes’s discovery of the right to free speech in a book review in the Wall Street Journal. Prof. Hawley contends that Holmes’s idiosyncratic defense of free speech sheds light on the First

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Prof. Trachtenberg Interviewed about Recent Ethical Issues in Law School Admissions

August 27th, 2013

The National Law Journal and the Wall Street Journal Law Blog recently interviewed Prof. Ben Trachtenberg about recent ethical controversies resulting in “pretty significant” bar sanctions for two former law school officials. Prof. Trachtenberg caught the national

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The Wall Street Journal Cites Paper by Prof. Trachtenberg

January 4th, 2013

The Wall Street Journal recently referred to a paper written by Prof. Ben Trachtenberg in an article about fraud in the reporting of law school employment statistics. In “Professor: Law School Advertising Violates Legal Ethics,” author Joe

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