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  • The Karsh Institute of Democracy

    The Karsh Institute of Democracy at the University of Virginia has announced its inaugural advisory board. The institute is nonpartisan, focusing on participation and civil debate on national issues, supporting discussion of the underpinnings of democracy, and engagement in public outreach.

    The advisory board is led by Risa ...

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  • Paul Friedman to Receive Edwin F. Jaeckle Award

    Paul Friedman to Receive Edwin F. Jaeckle Award

    The University at Buffalo School of Law will award the 2022 Edwin F. Jaeckle Award to Paul L. Friedman of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The award, given annually to someone who exemplifies the highest ideals of the law school and its alumni ...

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  • Brian Fitzpatrick Is the 2022 Recipient of Civil Justice Scholarship Award

    Brian Fitzpatrick Is the 2022 Recipient of Civil Justice Scholarship Award

    Brian T. Fitzpatrick of Vanderbilt University Law School is a recipient of the 2022 Civil Justice Scholarship Award from the Pound Civil Justice Institute. The award is given periodically to published legal academics whose current scholarly legal research is focused on civil justice topics.

    Fitzpatrick is recognized for ...

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  • ‘Credible’ by Deborah Tuerkheimer

    ‘Credible’ by Deborah Tuerkheimer

    Deborah Tuerkheimer of Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law has authored Credible: Why We Doubt Accusers and Protect Abusers, examining credibility surrounding sexual assault accusations. Tuerkheimer provides a framework to explain how credibility is perceived and its effects on survivors.

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    In this landmark book, a ...

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  • ‘Tax and Time’ by Anthony Infanti

    ‘Tax and Time’ by Anthony Infanti

    Anthony C. Infanti of University of Pittsburgh School of Law has authored Tax and Time, On the Use and Misuse of Legal Imagination, discussing how tax laws have been used to shape time and maintain economic and social injustice. 

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    How tax law perpetuates injustice but ...

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