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Dean Ruger joins coalition of law school deans vowing to aid in the ‘looming housing and evictions crisis’ 

August 31

The joint statement expresses the law deans’ commitment to “take immediate and meaningful action to combat this crisis.”
Alumni, Civil Rights, coronavirus, dean ruger, Faculty, inclusion, Law School, Public Service, SCOTUS, Social, ted ruger 

Grace Greene L’20 to clerk for Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts 

July 30

Greene is currently clerking for Senior Fellow, the Honorable Stephanos Bibas of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Alumni, Careers, Featured, judicial, Research and Impact, SCOTUS 

Deuel Ross responds to SCOTUS decision to uphold Arizona voting restrictions, limiting cases under Voting Rights Act 

July 1

In Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge alleging that two Arizona provisions disproportionately burdened minority voters. The decision will make it more difficult to contest election regulations under the Voting Rights Act.
inclusionalumnivoices, SCOTUS, Social 

Prof. Wolff: The Supreme Court’s First Amendment decision leaves vague the boundaries of its protection 

June 24

Prof. Wolff stated that while the decision is “good,” the opinion doesn’t offer much guidance for the future of the First Amendment in schools.
Conlaw, faculty perspectives, Faculty, inclusionfacultyvoices, SCOTUS, Social 

Institute for Law and Philosophy’s Sigal Ben-Porath shares insights on Supreme Court’s ruling in First Amendment in schools case 

June 23

Ben-Porath calls it “a good day when [the Court] sides with a student’s right to freely express her views, her feelings, and her criticism of the rules of the community of which she forms a part.”