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Cyberbullying & Internet Law: Can we control what others post online?

It was a frightening ordeal for a Carlsbad family when their teenage daughter, Baileigh Karam, ran away after a video showcasing a bully...
By Lauren Audette | February 14, 2013

Will Fisher v. Texas Clarify University Diversity?

Abigail Fisher applied to the University of Texas at Austin. She was not admitted.  Fisher knew of minority students who were admitted...
By William Kropach | October 23, 2012

Environmental Hypocrisy

Are you an environmentalist? If so, what does that mean to you? Let me tell you what it means to me, not in an intentionally vituperative...
By | October 17, 2012

Sanctioning Corporate Human Rights Violations

On October 1, 2012, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that would decide the extent to which U.S. courts can...
By Justine N. Eldridge | October 17, 2012

Breast Cancer Awareness and Research Month

October is the designated “Breast Cancer Awareness and Research” month across the country! Millions of men and women show their support by...
By Nancy Coblenz | October 17, 2012

Don't Let the Bullies Get You Down

As a hot topic of discussion, bullying has recently taken center stage. It has become an underestimated, pervasive problem that hinders...
By Lauren Audette | October 17, 2012

Political Civil War

When did the names of our two biggest political parties suddenly become curse words?  For many Americans, the mere utterance of  the words...
By Chad Casey | October 13, 2012

Land of the Free?

December 31, 2011 – New Year’s Eve.  President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act.  The $662 billion defense bill...
By Jared Drucker | February 20, 2012
Artist interpretation of GPS satellite, image courtesy of NASA

GPS Tracking? Not Without a Valid Warrant

On January 23 of this year, The Supreme Court of the United States came down with a long anticipated decision addressing major issues...
By | February 19, 2012

How Studying Too Long Can Kill You

At the end of a long day of studying Evidence in July 2010, I got up from my favorite study chair to go to bed.   I had been comfortable...
By Elizabeth Hilliard | February 19, 2012
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