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Professor Greenberg / Intersexuality

Professor Greenberg's Book: Widespread Interest & Critical Acclaim

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Julie Greenberg’s new book Intersexuality and the Law: Why Sex Matters  has attracted widespread...
By | January 30, 2012
Prof. Winchester on Candidate Tax Returns

TJSL Tax Professor Comments on Presidential Candidates' Income Tax Returns

With the recent release of income tax returns by GOP presidential candidates Newt Gingrich, and Mitt Romney, this topic has become highly...
By | January 24, 2012
LST Report

TJSL Tied for Second in Nation for Reporting Graduate Employment Data

Thomas Jefferson School of Law is tied for second in the nation among ABA-accredited law schools that report the most employment data,...
By | January 19, 2012
Prof. Greene on SOPA & PIPA

Professor K.J. Greene Explains The Internet Piracy Act on YouTube

It was the day Wikipedia went dark and Google had a black banner across its logo.   The Wikipedia website was deliberately disabled...
By | January 19, 2012
Dean Hasl Top Influential

Dean Hasl Named "Top Influential" in San Diego

TJSL Dean and President Rudy Hasl has been named one of San Diego’s 2012 “Top Influentials” by the San Diego Daily Transcript. This is a...
By | January 13, 2012
Rod Smith on BCS

Sports Center Director: Doesn't Hold Hope for Meaningful BCS Reform

The director of TJSL’s Center for Sports Law and Policy, Professor Rod Smith, doesn’t hold much hope that the meetings being held to...
By | January 11, 2012
Prof. Bisom-Rapp in Cahicago

Professor Bisom-Rapp in Chicago

Professor Susan Bisom-Rapp spoke at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Labor and Employment Relations Association on January 8, in Chicago...
By | January 9, 2012