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2014-2015 Year in Review: Pace Law Students Are Demonstrating Oral Advocacy Skills
The oral advocacy program at Pace Law School is a robust one as students have the opportunity to learn and practice oral advocacy skills by participating in the mock trial ad (More)
The Equal Rights Amendment
The U.S. Constitution currently has twenty-seven amendments. What many may not know, or may have forgotten, is that there is a twenty-eighth amendment, which has been waiting in the wings (More)
Department of Homeland Security Sharing Data With Census Bureau
Last summer, President Trump announced that the administration would abandon its effort to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census form after a legal battle that ended i (More)
DOJ Inspector General's Report on FBI Crossfire Hurricane Investigation
The report of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice (redacted for public release) regarding the FBI's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election is available at: More)
The Latest on the Impeachment Inquiry into President Trump
The House Intelligence Committee released a draft of its report on the Trump-Ukrain (More)
The Curse of Blackbeard: Controversy Over Copyrights Nearly 300 Years Later
On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States heard the case of Allen v. Cooper. The case stems from Frederick Allen, a filmmaker and exclusive photographer for the Queen Anne's Revenge shipwreck. The Queen Anne's Revenge is (More)
Supreme Court Preview October Term 2019
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the following cases for the upcoming term. There are several high profile cases involving DACA, copyright for annotated statutes, the insanity defense, sexual orientation discrimination, and "bridgegate", among ot (More)
New Study Aids Available in the Law Library
There are new additions to the wide variety of study aids currently available in the Law Library. We have purchased (More)
Ninth Circuit Panel Hears Arguments in Juliana Case
On June 4, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit heard the arguments for and against letting the claim of youth plaintiffs proceed against the U.S. government and va (More)
Stephen Elliott's Defamation Suit Looking Dim
On Friday, Brooklyn federal judge LaShann D. Hall expressed her doubts on the success of writer Stephen Elliott’s defamation suit against journalist Moira Donegan for a spreadsheet she posted on the internet titled “Shitty Media Men”. The “Shitty Med (More)
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