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The (Legal) Case Against Bidding Wars Like Amazon's
“The politics of this are kind of bizarre,” Professor Peter Enrich tells CITYLAB. “The business community has every interest in their ability to get the states to compete against one another, and the voices of state government leadership have tended to like to preserve their ability to engage in this competition.”More »
Brown '18 Awarded 2017 Irving K. Zola Award
Lydia X.Z. Brown ’18 has been awarded the 2017 Irving K. Zola Award for Emerging Scholars in Disability Studies for their paper, "Legal Ableism, Interrupted: Developing Tort Law & Policy Alternatives to Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Claims."More »
Immigration and Health Care Under the Trump Administration
"The Justice Department’s continuing refusal to permit immigrant women in custody to undergo abortions suggests that immigration has become the next battlefield in the war over reproductive rights," writes Professor Wendy Parmet in a blog for Health Affairs.More »
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