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Mizzou Law to Host HUD/DOJ Roundtable on May 2

Professor Rigel Oliveri has been designated as one of the Humans of HUD during Fair Housing Month at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Professor Oliveri was recognized for her work as both a lawyer and academic expert on the issues surrounding sexual harassment of low-income women in housing. HUD and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) are…

Professor Bowman Writes that Firings Could Only Slow Down the Process

In his April 16 op-ed in Slate, “It’s Too Late for a New “Saturday Night Massacre,” Professor Frank Bowman suggests that a firing spree of Department of Justice personnel, including special counsel Robert Mueller, is unlikely because, although firings might hinder or delay the multiple federal investigations, it would not resolve President Trump’s legal…

Professor Frank Bowman Explains That Latest News in Mueller Probe Might Not Be Good News for President Trump

Professor Frank Bowman explains that a recent Washington Post report that President Trump “is not a target” in the investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller does not mean that Trump should feel relieved. In an April 7 guest commentary by Bowman in The Kansas City Star – “Trump shouldn’t relax to hear he isn’t a ‘target’ in Mueller investigation” and…