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Wendella P. Fox L’ 76 works to even the playing field for students at the DOE’s Office for Civil Rights 

September 22

Fox emphasizes empathy and respect in her investigation of civil rights complaints against educational institutions within the Philadelphia Office’s jurisdiction.
Alumni, Civil Rights, Featured, Government, inclusion, inclusionalumnivoices, Main feature, Social 

Meghan Downey L’21 argues for a totality of the circumstances approach for habeas petitions in forthcoming article 

September 20

Downey’s article was developed during a federal habeas corpus course at the Law School and will appear in the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law.
Alumni, coronavirus, Criminal Justice, Externships, Featured, Government, judicial, Law Review, Main feature, Pro Bono, Public Service, Publications, Quattrone, Research and Impact, Tertiary features 

Prof. Allison Hoffman explains why parents’ argument against school mask mandate may not succeed: Philadelphia Inquirer

September 17

Coronavirus, Faculty, Government, Media 

Myles Lynch L’20 explores federal and state official qualifications in forthcoming article in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 

September 14

Lynch explores the provision that prohibits those who have violated their oath to uphold our Constitution from holding any federal or state office.
Alumni, constitution, Government, Journal of Con Law, Pro Bono, Publications, Student Groups 

Twenty years later: Law School faculty reflect on 9/11’s impact on the law 

September 10

Law School faculty share their insights into how 9/11 has impacted the law, particularly in their areas of expertise:
Anita Allen, Criminal Justice, faculty perspectives, Faculty, Government, Human Rights, Quattrone, Research and Impact 

Prof. Claire Finkelstein warns of the “grave risk” of a hostage situation in Afghanistan: Washington Examiner

August 27

Claire Finkelstein, Faculty, Government, Media