In Brief

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On the Move

Correcting the false narratives of global migration....

When scholar E. Tendayi Achiumeopened a two-day global migration conference at BC Law last April, seven choi...

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Slices of PIE

The Law School’s Program on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (PIE) sponsored provocative discussions last spring on how technology is changing perceptions about Americans’ right...

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A System So Strange

Election experts shine a light on the ‘dark money’ of campaigns....

Saying there’s a disconnect in our campaign finance system, that the typical donor is older, white, and we...

University of Virginia Law School Foundation -- George Yin
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Around the Academy

George Yin: The Edwin S. Cohen Distinguished Professor of Law and Taxation Emeritus at the University of Virginia presented “Who Speaks for Tax Equity and Tax Fairness?:...

Visions of Democracy in a Troubled World

BC Law Professor Frank Garcia believes that in order to address the crisis in trade policy and economic globalization, nations need to recapture a vision of trade as a mutually beneficial consensual exchange. As he explained to international scholars gathered last March, trade is nothing more or less than the economic bargains we agree to, and the rules we agree on to protect, support, and facilitate these bargains. Garcia’s book, Con...