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How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Properly Used By In-House Counsel, Michael Pastor Apr 2024

How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Properly Used By In-House Counsel, Michael Pastor

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With all of AI's potential benefits, and there will likely be more down the line unknown to us, it’s imperative to understand the risks inherent in using these tools.


Ask The Professor: How Has The Recent U.S. Supreme Court Opinion In Murray V. Ubs Securities Provided Much Needed Protection To Whistleblowers?, Ronald Filler Apr 2024

Ask The Professor: How Has The Recent U.S. Supreme Court Opinion In Murray V. Ubs Securities Provided Much Needed Protection To Whistleblowers?, Ronald Filler

Articles & Chapters

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Aclp - Comments To The Fcc Re Rdof Amnesty - March 2024, New York Law School Mar 2024

Aclp - Comments To The Fcc Re Rdof Amnesty - March 2024, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Aclp - Navigating The Bead Weeds - Vetting Subgrantees - March 2024, New York Law School Mar 2024

Aclp - Navigating The Bead Weeds - Vetting Subgrantees - March 2024, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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To Save Our Democracy, Stop Desantis’ Racist Education Crusade, Lewis Steel '63 Feb 2024

To Save Our Democracy, Stop Desantis’ Racist Education Crusade, Lewis Steel '63

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A New Hope: Perez V. Sturgis Public Schools Opens The Doors To Children With Disabilities, Richard D. Marsico Jan 2024

A New Hope: Perez V. Sturgis Public Schools Opens The Doors To Children With Disabilities, Richard D. Marsico

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In Perez v. Sturgis Public Schools, the United States Supreme Court ruled that parents of children with disabilities who allege that their child’s school discriminated against them because of their disabilities can seek compensatory monetary damages pursuant to federal laws that prohibit such discrimination without exhausting the administrative process of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. This seemingly innocuous decision, based on two obscure procedural provisions of the IDEA, overturned decades of circuit court decisions that ruled otherwise.

Perez has already had a profound effect, opening the courthouse doors for children with disabilities. In all twenty-five post-Perez decisions in which …


I Hope The Final Judgment’S Fair: Alternative Jurisprudences, Legal Decision-Making, And Justice, Michael L. Perlin Jan 2024

I Hope The Final Judgment’S Fair: Alternative Jurisprudences, Legal Decision-Making, And Justice, Michael L. Perlin

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At the core of any legal decision is an assumption that the decision will be “fair,” yet this is an elusive term. A close study of cases involving criminal defendants with mental disabilities shows that many (perhaps most) of the decisions involving this cohort are not “fair” in the contexts of due process and justice. If legal decisions reflect principles such as procedural justice, restorative justice, and therapeutic jurisprudence, the chances of such fairness will be significantly enhanced. This chapter explains why this goal of fairness, in the context of these cases, can never be met absent a consideration of …


Centering Students’ Rights In Our Democracy: A Case Study From Maryland’S Eastern Shore, Samantha C. Pownall Jan 2024

Centering Students’ Rights In Our Democracy: A Case Study From Maryland’S Eastern Shore, Samantha C. Pownall

Articles & Chapters

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The Intersection Of Special Education And Family Law: Thoughts For Family Law Attorneys In Divorce And Custody Cases, Richard D. Marsico Jan 2024

The Intersection Of Special Education And Family Law: Thoughts For Family Law Attorneys In Divorce And Custody Cases, Richard D. Marsico

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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires participating states to provide a free appropriate public education (FAPE) to children with disabilities. The IDEA gives parents of children with disabilities significant rights and major responsibilities in developing and maintaining their child’s education. Getting the most out of the IDEA for their children requires parents to commit substantial time and financial resources that are difficult to provide in the best circumstances. When parents are having marital difficulties, separated, undergoing a divorce, or negotiating child custody, these difficulties can be exacerbated as parents navigate the intersection of the federal IDEA and state …


Family Law And Children’S Educational Rights: Introduction & Acknowledgements, Lisa Grumet Jan 2024

Family Law And Children’S Educational Rights: Introduction & Acknowledgements, Lisa Grumet

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License Revoked For Fatal Injury, Ross Sandler Dec 2023

License Revoked For Fatal Injury, Ross Sandler

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’Tis The Season: Tale Of The Three Unwise Women, Jethro K. Lieberman Dec 2023

’Tis The Season: Tale Of The Three Unwise Women, Jethro K. Lieberman

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No abstract provided.


Aclp - Comments Re Nys Bead Initial Proposal Volume 2 - December 2023, New York Law School Dec 2023

Aclp - Comments Re Nys Bead Initial Proposal Volume 2 - December 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Aclp - Comments Re Tn Bead Initial Proposal Volume 2 - December 2023, New York Law School Dec 2023

Aclp - Comments Re Tn Bead Initial Proposal Volume 2 - December 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Aclp - Comments To The Fcc Re Net Neutrality - December 2023, New York Law School Dec 2023

Aclp - Comments To The Fcc Re Net Neutrality - December 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Offend No One But The Truth: The Second Half Of 2023, Jethro K. Lieberman Dec 2023

Offend No One But The Truth: The Second Half Of 2023, Jethro K. Lieberman

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No abstract provided.


Navigating The Bead Weeds - Project Areas - November 2023, New York Law School Nov 2023

Navigating The Bead Weeds - Project Areas - November 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Federal Judge Denies Preliminary Injunction Against Idaho’S Bathroom Law, But Refuses To Dismiss Challenge, Arthur S. Leonard Oct 2023

Federal Judge Denies Preliminary Injunction Against Idaho’S Bathroom Law, But Refuses To Dismiss Challenge, Arthur S. Leonard

Articles & Chapters

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Aclp - State Broadband Profile - New York (October 2023), New York Law School Oct 2023

Aclp - State Broadband Profile - New York (October 2023), New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Preface: New Directions In Prosecutorial Reform, Miriam Aroni Krinsky, Justin Murray, Maybell Romero Oct 2023

Preface: New Directions In Prosecutorial Reform, Miriam Aroni Krinsky, Justin Murray, Maybell Romero

Articles & Chapters

This Preface, which introduces the American Criminal Law Review’s Symposium Issue on Reform-Minded Prosecution, begins by describing the power that prosecutors hold in the criminal legal system, which has historically gone unchecked and unquestioned. As mass incarceration, police violence, and wrong- ful convictions began to permeate the public consciousness, many communities focused their attention on the critical role of their local elected prosecutor and elected leaders who promised to do the job differently. Reform-minded prosecu- tors have enjoyed remarkable electoral successes over the past decade such that close to twenty percent of the U.S. population now resides in a jurisdiction …


A Fiduciary Theory Of Progressive Prosecution, Bruce Green, Rebecca Roiphe Oct 2023

A Fiduciary Theory Of Progressive Prosecution, Bruce Green, Rebecca Roiphe

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Progressive prosecutors differ from their more traditional counterparts primarily in the way in which they make decisions. They tend to bind their discretion by announcing categorical policies rather than making fact-based decisions case by case. This article catalogs the unusual degree of pushback progressive prosecutors have encountered from the public, legislatures, courts, police, and their own subordinate prosecutors. Drawing on fiduciary theory, it explains this reaction as a response to progressive prosecutors’ abdication of their fiduciary role. As a public fiduciary, prosecutors are entrusted with protecting the public’s abstract interest in justice, and an integral part of this role is …


Aclp - State Broadband Profile - Tennessee (July 2023), New York Law School Jul 2023

Aclp - State Broadband Profile - Tennessee (July 2023), New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Aclp - Further Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of June 16, 2023, New York Law School Jun 2023

Aclp - Further Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of June 16, 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

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Aclp - Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of June 2023, New York Law School Jun 2023

Aclp - Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of June 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Aclp - Comments To Ntia Re Digital Equity Act Grants Programs - May 2023, New York Law School May 2023

Aclp - Comments To Ntia Re Digital Equity Act Grants Programs - May 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Take The Motherless Children Off The Street: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome And The Criminal Justice System, Michael L. Perlin, Heather Ellis Cucolo Apr 2023

Take The Motherless Children Off The Street: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome And The Criminal Justice System, Michael L. Perlin, Heather Ellis Cucolo

Articles & Chapters

Remarkably, there has been minimal academic legal literature about the interplay between fetal alcohol syndrome disorder (FASD) and critical aspects of many criminal trials, including issues related to the role of experts, quality of counsel, competency to stand trial, the insanity defense, and sentencing and the death penalty. Nor has there been any literature about the interplay between FASD-related issues and the legal school of thought known as therapeutic jurisprudence.

In this article, the co-authors will first define fetal alcohol syndrome and explain its significance to the criminal justice system. We will then look at the specific role of experts …


Once More Unto The Breach, Renee R. Roth, William P. Lapiana Feb 2023

Once More Unto The Breach, Renee R. Roth, William P. Lapiana

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No abstract provided.


Aclp - Updated Overview Of Iija Digital Equity Grant Programs - March 2023, New York Law School Jan 2023

Aclp - Updated Overview Of Iija Digital Equity Grant Programs - March 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Aclp - Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of January 2023, New York Law School Jan 2023

Aclp - Updated Estimates Of State Bead Allocations - As Of January 2023, New York Law School

Reports and Resources

No abstract provided.


Law Professors’ Conceptualization And Use Of Students’ Prior Knowledge And Experience In Developing Subject-Matter Understanding, Matthew Gewolb Jan 2023

Law Professors’ Conceptualization And Use Of Students’ Prior Knowledge And Experience In Developing Subject-Matter Understanding, Matthew Gewolb

Articles & Chapters

No abstract provided.