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Equal Access to Justice 

August 8, 2022

Jim Sandman L’76  urges California legislators to amend a bill that would “prohibit reforms that are essential to allow people to exercise their civil rights.”

Social Justice, Equity, & Inclusion 

Pathbreaking Research on Evictions 

July 25, 2022

Bloomberg CityLab recently ran a feature on Prof. David Hoffman’s latest study on how travel time to court affects evictions in Philadelphia.

Research and Scholarship 

Abolition of the Child Welfare System 

July 19, 2022

Prof. Dorothy E. Roberts recently spoke with Apple News in Conversation about why the child welfare system should be abolished.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Family Law & Child Advocacy, Social Justice, Equity, & Inclusion 

Health Care in the Court 

July 18, 2022

In The Regulatory Review, Prof. Allison Hoffman, analyzes the major health-related decisions of the Supreme Court’s last term.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Research and Scholarship 

The SEC and Climate-Related Disclosures 

July 11, 2022

Prof. Jill E. Fisch recently submitted a Comment Letter to the SEC regarding its authority to pursue climate-related disclosures.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental Law, Research and Scholarship 

Geopolitical Balance in Asia 

July 6, 2022

“The U.S. must act more decisively to build on Europe’s engagement and ensure Kazakhstan does not drift closer to China or back to Russia,” writes Prof. William Burke-White.

International & Comparative Law, Research and Scholarship 

The Real Birth of a Nation 

July 4, 2022

Prof. Kermit Roosevelt argues that we should celebrate the birth of the U.S. on the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address to celebrate the ideal of equality for all.

Legal Culture & History, Research and Scholarship 

Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors 

June 29, 2022

The Honorable Leo E. Strine Jr. L’88 has submitted a letter to the SEC arguing that the agency should require climate-related disclosures to investors.

Administrative & Regulatory Law, Environmental Law, Research and Scholarship 

Antitrust from a Historical Perspective 

May 2, 2022

At ProMarket, Prof. Hovenkamp writes about a recently unearthed memo from George Stigler and Richard Posner to the Reagan administration.

Legal Culture & History, Research and Scholarship 

Regulation of Black Families 

April 20, 2022

“The United States should replace its current family surveillance system with one that improves children’s welfare,” writes Prof. Roberts at The Regulatory Review.

Research and Scholarship 

Centering Youth Voices 

April 19, 2022

Interdisciplinary Child Advocacy Clinic students represent their youth clients on a range of issues including dependency, custody, and education matters.

 

Child Welfare System Myths 

April 18, 2022

“No, most children in foster care haven’t been rescued from abuse,” writes Prof. Roberts in The Washington Post.

Research and Scholarship