Environmental Response Professor Zygmunt Plater was quoted in a letter to Quincy Sun suggesting society take a unique approach to addressing climate change submit Covid-19. Bostock Professor Kent Greenfield offered on the Supreme Court decision on LGBTQ+ office rights in a Pride at Orrick occasion. CharlieCard Data Professor Michael Cassidy feedback on whether or not police warrants are needed for accessing MBTA logs within the Boston Globe.
Catholicism and Politics Professor Kaveny’s op-ed on the intersection of religion and politics, and the influence of Senator Feinstein’s latest comments at the Barrett confirmation hearing. GOP Tax Plan Concerns Professor Repetti quoted in MetroWest Daily News on the Trump tax plan’s influence on Massachusetts. What Rape Reform Needs Prof. Hong’s op ed for The Crime Report on need for extra convictions and fewer punishment in reforming rape legal guidelines leads to look on NECN’s The Take. Tax Plan Perk Professor Repetti speaks to Bloomberg, Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Politico, Esquire and Mother Jones on the last-minute addition to the tax plan that might benefit real estate traders.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offers $466 million to the BIS to help these tribal communities nationwide through fiscal 12 months 2026. The Mitchell Hamline School of Law has created a database on present e-cigarette rules in all 50 states, Washington DC, and 5 US territories. The database offers the choice to have a look at regulation by state or territory, as nicely as the option to have a look at totally different regulation topic areas, corresponding to taxing or product packaging.
WooSox Stadium Professor Zygmunt Plater discusses the town’s potential eminent area case to safe land for the new stadium in the Worcester Business Journal. Nonprofit Fraud Professor Ray Madoff speaks to NECN on the rising concern for undetected fraudulent exercise in nonprofits following budget cuts in the IRS. Star Island Conference Professor Daniel Kanstroom will current on international migration and government responses to illegal immigrants.
Love that the late great Barbara Babcock continues to contribute to the dialog about public defense, girls who form the law and our nation, and #KBJ. Interested students should register for this event, by 12 p.m., Thursday, March 31. A Teams invitation shall be sent to all registered students the day of the event.Register by clicking right here to visit the event webpage. If you want to try out to take part within the Trial Skills Course or want extra data on tips on how to be selected, please reach out to adjunct professors Katie Halopka-Ivery (katherine.halopka-) or Grant Huebner (). Join us as we celebrate future Marquette legal professionals in an event that options a dialog between the Pro Bono Institute’s Eve Runyon and the Law School’s Mike Gousha.
Runyon’s work has included testimony and appearances throughout the country, from the Conference of Chief Justices to (closer to Marquette’s home) the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Runyon first joined PBI in 2005 as director of Corporate Pro Bono, a project with the Association of Corporate Counsel to enhance Law News in-house pro bono. She beforehand labored as a lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Washington, D.C. Runyon graduated from the University of Virginia and Yale Law School.