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2021 Global Institute for Human Rights’ Hackathon aimed to build a more equal and sustainable post-COVID-19 world 

October 18

The 2021 Global Institute for Human Rights - Build Back Better focused on generating novel approaches to address human rights challenges during a global pandemic.
Curriculum, Faculty, Featured, Global, Human Rights, International, Law School, LEP, Rangita de Silva de Alwis 

Hon. Naheed Farid testifies before the Senate Committee on Banking 

October 14

Farid is the immediate former Member of Afghanistan Parliament and is a visiting researcher at the Law School this academic year.
Faculty, Global, Government, Human Rights, International, Rangita de Silva de Alwis, Women's Rights 

Joe Jablonski C’81, L’87 publishes debut novel, A Thing With Feathers, as J. John Nordstrom 

October 14

A Thing With Feathers is a work of original literary fiction that explores the nature of the highest love humans are capable of attaining: “soulmate love.”
Alumni, Cross-Disciplinary, Faculty, Featured, Law Review, Law School 

Adjunct Prof. Fernando Chang-Muy explains the Biden Administration’s DACA proposal 

October 13

Adjunct Prof. Chang-Muy explores the past, present, and future of DACA in this Q&A.
Clinics, Faculty, Featured, Global, Government, Immigration, News, Transnational 

New research on the Economics of Digital Services released by CTIC and The Warren Center for Network & Data Sciences 

October 11

The research delves into the role data play in digital platforms’ business strategies and their antitrust implications.

christopher yoo, CTIC, Faculty, Featured, Law and Economics, Law and Technology, Research and Scholarship