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Tinkering With Circuit Conflicts Beyond The Schoolhouse Gate, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2020

Tinkering With Circuit Conflicts Beyond The Schoolhouse Gate, Stephen Wermiel

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The Clinical Law Review At 25 - What Have We Wrought, Robert Dinerstein Jan 2019

The Clinical Law Review At 25 - What Have We Wrought, Robert Dinerstein

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Speech Across Borders, Jennifer Daskal Jan 2019

Speech Across Borders, Jennifer Daskal

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As both governments and tech companies seek to regulate speech online, these efforts raise critical, and contested, questions about how far those regulations can and should extend. Is it enough to take down or delink material in a geographically segmented way? Or can and should tech companies be ordered to takedown or delink unsavory content across their entire platforms—no matter who is posting the material or where the unwanted content is viewed? How do we deal with conflicting speech norms across borders? And how do we protect against the most censor-prone nation effectively setting global speech rules? These questions ...


Exploring The Meaning Of Experiential Deaning, Robert Dinerstein, Margaret Martin Barry Jan 2018

Exploring The Meaning Of Experiential Deaning, Robert Dinerstein, Margaret Martin Barry

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This article explores the position of associate dean of experiential education in law schools across the country and the central role associate deans play in the changing landscape of legal education. Experiential deans have broad responsibility for overseeing law schools’ experiential education programs. Additional responsibilities differ between institutions, but range from leading efforts to comply with new ABA standards to overseeing the integration of experiential education into the broader curriculum. Analyzing survey data collected from associate experiential deans across the country, the authors find the structure, content, and authority of the position is under-developed. The authors make recommendations on how ...


If You've Seen One, You Have Not Seen Them All, David Spratt Jan 2017

If You've Seen One, You Have Not Seen Them All, David Spratt

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Civil Rights Remedies In Higher Education: Jurisprudential Limitations And Lost Moments In Time, Lia Epperson Jan 2017

Civil Rights Remedies In Higher Education: Jurisprudential Limitations And Lost Moments In Time, Lia Epperson

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Yes, Virginia, There Are Stupid Questions, David Spratt Jan 2015

Yes, Virginia, There Are Stupid Questions, David Spratt

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The Cost Of Opportunity: Student Debt And Social Mobility, Daniela Kraiem Jan 2015

The Cost Of Opportunity: Student Debt And Social Mobility, Daniela Kraiem

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Hitting A Home Run In Your Writing, David Spratt Jan 2015

Hitting A Home Run In Your Writing, David Spratt

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The Ohio State University Dispute Resolution In Special Education Symposium Panel, Robert Dinerstein Jan 2014

The Ohio State University Dispute Resolution In Special Education Symposium Panel, Robert Dinerstein

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Brown's Dream Deferred: Lessons On Democracy And Identity From Cooper V. Arron To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Lia Epperson Jan 2014

Brown's Dream Deferred: Lessons On Democracy And Identity From Cooper V. Arron To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Lia Epperson

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The Promise And Pitfalls Of Empiricism In Educational Equality Jurisprudence, Lia Epperson Jan 2013

The Promise And Pitfalls Of Empiricism In Educational Equality Jurisprudence, Lia Epperson

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'No Body Left Behind': Re-Orienting School-Based Childhood Obesity Interventions, Lindsay Wiley Jan 2013

'No Body Left Behind': Re-Orienting School-Based Childhood Obesity Interventions, Lindsay Wiley

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Although there are now laws on the books in virtually every jurisdiction aimed at addressing childhood obesity in K-12 schools, these efforts are inadequate and may even be misguided in important ways. Efforts aimed at health promotion - through healthier eating and increased physical activity - remain woefully underfunded even as they proliferate at every level of government. It is one thing to enact a requirement that all schools offer a minimum number of minutes of physical education each week or that school lunches include more fruits and vegetables. But it is quite another to make the budgetary commitment to ensure that ...


Bringing The Market To Students: School Choice And Vocational Education In The Twenty-First Century, Lia Epperson Jan 2012

Bringing The Market To Students: School Choice And Vocational Education In The Twenty-First Century, Lia Epperson

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Legislating Inclusion, Lia Epperson Jan 2012

Legislating Inclusion, Lia Epperson

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Teaching International Law: Lessons From Clinical Education: Introductory Remarks, Richard J. Wilson Jan 2010

Teaching International Law: Lessons From Clinical Education: Introductory Remarks, Richard J. Wilson

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The Role Of A Law School Dean: Balancing A Variety Of Roles And Interests - The American University Washington College Of Law Experience, Claudio Grossman Jan 2010

The Role Of A Law School Dean: Balancing A Variety Of Roles And Interests - The American University Washington College Of Law Experience, Claudio Grossman

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Supporting Inclusiveness At Seattle U. And In The Law, Mark Niles Jan 2010

Supporting Inclusiveness At Seattle U. And In The Law, Mark Niles

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Western Europe: Last Holdout In The Worldwide Acceptance Of Clinical Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson Jan 2009

Western Europe: Last Holdout In The Worldwide Acceptance Of Clinical Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson

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Clinical legal education has achieved widespread acceptance throughout the world, growing by leaps and bounds during recent decades in countries like Russia and China, and expanding rapidly in other areas of Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa. It is, arguably, the most significant innovation in legal education since the “invention” of the Socratic-case method in the United States, at the turn of the 20th Century. There is, however, one geographic area where the philosophy and methodology of clinical legal education has been resisted. That area is Continental Western Europe (the UK has some clinics, though not widespread). This article examines ...


Taking Stock Of Student Rights Forty Years After Tinker, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2008

Taking Stock Of Student Rights Forty Years After Tinker, Stephen Wermiel

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The Need For Equal Opportunity And A Right To Quality Education, Stephen Wermiel, Paul Wockstein Jan 2008

The Need For Equal Opportunity And A Right To Quality Education, Stephen Wermiel, Paul Wockstein

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Mary Beth Tinker, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2008

Mary Beth Tinker, Stephen Wermiel

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Undercover Power: Examining The Role Of The Executive Branch In Determining The Meaning And Scope Of School Integration Jurisprudence, Lia Epperson Jan 2008

Undercover Power: Examining The Role Of The Executive Branch In Determining The Meaning And Scope Of School Integration Jurisprudence, Lia Epperson

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Religious Liberty And The Law, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2006

Religious Liberty And The Law, Stephen Wermiel

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Resegregation In Public Education, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2005

Resegregation In Public Education, Stephen Wermiel

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Women As Supreme Court Advocates, 1879-1979, Mary Clark Jan 2005

Women As Supreme Court Advocates, 1879-1979, Mary Clark

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True Integration: Advancing Brown's Goal Of Educational Equity In The Wake Of Grutter, Lia Epperson Jan 2005

True Integration: Advancing Brown's Goal Of Educational Equity In The Wake Of Grutter, Lia Epperson

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Training For Justice: The Global Reach Of Clinical Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson Jan 2004

Training For Justice: The Global Reach Of Clinical Legal Education, Richard J. Wilson

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Resisting Retreat: The Struggle For Equity In Educational Opportunity In The Post-Brown Era, Lia Epperson Jan 2004

Resisting Retreat: The Struggle For Equity In Educational Opportunity In The Post-Brown Era, Lia Epperson

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Comparing Remedies For School Desegregation And Employment Discrimination, Candace Kovacic-Fleischer Jan 2004

Comparing Remedies For School Desegregation And Employment Discrimination, Candace Kovacic-Fleischer

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INTRODUCTION: Ten years after the Supreme Court decided Brown v. Board of Education, now a symbol of the beginning of the end of racial discrimination, Congress passed Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII opened the workplace to all races and women in ways that had not previously existed. While discrimination in the workplace has not disappeared in the forty years since Title VII's enactment, one sees minorities and women in a greater variety of jobs, and at higher levels, than one would have seen a generation ago. The promise of Brown, however, has not ...