REOPENING THE EMMETT TILL CASE: LESSONS AND CHALLENGES FOR CRITICAL RACE PRACTICE

[#item_title] 1 REOPENING THE EMMETT TILL CASE: LESSONS AND CHALLENGES FOR CRITICAL RACE PRACTICE Oh, what sorrow, Pity, pain, That tears and blood Should mix like rain In Mississippi! And terror, fetid hot, Yet clammy cold Remain. 1 Margaret M. Russell* INTRODUCTION On May 10, 2004, the United States Department of Justice and the Mississippi District Attorney’s Office for the...

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Coming home to roost

[#item_title] Coming home to roost © Danny Green/Minden Pictures From North America to Western Europe, northern gannets live all along the North Atlantic coasts. These large birds spend most of their lives at sea, following schools of sardines, herring, and other small fish that they feed on. During breeding and hatching season, northern gannets often return to the same colony...

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Regulating and Lawyering for Social-Economy Companies

On Feb. 14, the Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal will bring together prominent scholars, policy makers, practitioners, and entrepreneurs to discuss The Rise and Regulation of the High Tech Sharing Economy. Feb. 14 Event Sponsored by Santa Clara University’s High Tech Law Journal Will Explore the Intersection of Privacy, Regulation, and the Social Economy SANTA CLARA, Calif.,  Feb. 4,...

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Why the increase in malpractice risk? Lawyers for plaintiffs point to trial lawyering, bill padding

Home[1] Daily News[2] Why the increase in malpractice risk? Lawyers… Law Firms By Debra Cassens Weiss[3] February 12, 2020, 11:46 am CST Two lawyers who handle malpractice cases are pointing to two possible reasons why BigLaw is facing increasing malpractice risks. In a column for Law360[4], Klein & Wilson partner Gerald Klein[5] and associate Amy Nguyen[6] said they are seeing...

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