In Brief

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Defending Regulations

Senator Edward Markey ’72 vows to go down fighting to help consumers....

US Senator Edward Markey ’72 invoked the spirit of BC Law during a campus speech in October, part of  the...

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Around the Academy

Yee Mon Htun: Burmese human rights advocates discussed the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar at a panel co-sponsored by the Kupferschmidt Holocaust/Human Rights Project and ...

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The Heart of Desperation

In his inaugural lecture, a visiting Rappaport professor pins his hopes for ...

Why did you compare Trump supporters to Nazis and the KKK?” a self-described conservative student asked fo...

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Falling Through the Cracks

On matters of crime and immigration, a gap persists between state and federa...

The disconnect between state and federal courts in adjudicating criminal cases and the impact of that schism...

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Guns and Roses

How respect for both sides could lead to reform....

Two panelists well schooled in the intricacies of gun control, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey (...

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Let’s Share the Burden

Former UN official condemns the ‘feel-good route to avoid responsibility...

In a period of political turmoil surrounding border security and forced migration, former UN Deputy High Com...

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Around the Academy

Eric Muller: The University of North Carolina law professor is the author of three books on the wartime status of Japanese Americans. He discussed the contradiction between the unj...