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    T-minus 11 months and counting- and the pundits are pulling their hair out, still unsure of which GOP candidate will emerge to challenge...
    By Nicholas Arcamone | November 16, 2011
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    Earlier this year, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit made a monumental decision. They affirmed in part and reversed in part, an...
    By Lindsey-Shannon Lee | November 11, 2011
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    What began as small protest in New York City on September 17, 2011 voicing opposition to corporate greed and government corruption has...
    By Hunter Railey | November 11, 2011
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      On August 19, 2011, a plea deal nothing short of remarkable was struck in a case that has held the attention of the town of West...
    By Lindsey-Shannon Lee | September 27, 2011
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    If it feels like it was just yesterday when you watched President Obama take his oath of office; you’re not alone.  The...
    By Nicholas Arcamone | September 26, 2011
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      As students in law school, we tire of reading endless cases, each one with a different rule which needs to be memorized for a...
    By Megan Mulder | September 26, 2011
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      Whether you consider yourself a Conservative, Democrat, Liberal, Republican, red, blue, or some hue of purple; we can all agree on...
    By Jared Drucker | September 22, 2011
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      On behalf of The Jeffersonian I’d like to welcome everyone back for a new semester and a new year.  While we are still...
    By Scott Greenwood | September 22, 2011
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    The suburban City of Fullerton, CA is under intense scrutiny from both its residents and the nation after details surrounding a fatal...
    By Elisabeth Donovan | September 22, 2011
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    “Jerusalem, Israel?”   Ari Zivotofsky was born in Jerusalem. He is a United States citizen by virtue of his parents...
    By Professor William R. Slomanson | September 18, 2011