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American Constitution Society Chapter Receives Programming Award

The Mizzou Law chapter of the American Constitution Society will receive the national organization’s 2017-2018 Programming Award at the annual conference in June. The award specifically acknowledges the many important issues the chapter brought to public discourse in the law school this year. These include net neutrality, criminal justice, immigration, the rule of law, income inequality, labor, and free speech.…

Professor Lambert Serves as Guest Columnist on Net Neutrality

Professor Thom Lambert wrote a guest column, “The FCC should abandon Title II and return to antitrust,” for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He argues that by repealing the rule that created net neutrality, internet service providers could become more innovative and it would incentivize them to expand broadband access in rural…