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April 24, 2015 – Professor Dan Bussel has published an article in Law360 on embracing an inquisitorial model of justice, in which an active and informed neutral investigates the...
April 23, 2015 – Professor Joanna Schwartz discussed a case in which an inmate was abused by San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies in an interview on KPCC’s “Take Two.”
April 23, 2015 -- Professor Eugene Volokh commented on the constitutional grounds for a United States District Court decision not to ban a controversial ad on an New York City bus....
April 21, 2015 – Professor Emeritus Norman Abrams was quoted in a Bloomberg BNA “U.S. Law Week” Legal News report on the RJR Nabisco case and the implications for applying RICO...
April 21, 2015 – UCLA Law student Heather Torres ’17 has been selected by the Udall Foundation as a 2015 Native American Congressional Intern. She is one of 12 students from 11...
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