Apr 11, 2018

April 11, 2018 - Professor Michelle Adams' piece in The New Yorker titled "The Unfulfilled Promise of the Fair Housing Act" takes a detailed look at the Fair Housing Act.

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Mar 28, 2018

Professor Alexander Reinert, along with Hon. Judith E. Levy, United States District Judge for the Eastern District of Michigan, presented "The Art of the Pleading: Civil Rights & Employment Law After Iqbal" at the Theodore Levin U.S. Courthouse in Detroit, Michigan on March 23.

Mar 28, 2018

Professor Peter Goodrich's new book Schreber's Law: Jurisprudence and Judgment in Transition (Edinburgh University Press, July 2018) looks at the jurisprudence of Judge Daniel Paul Schreber (1842-1911), a senior German judge and jurist.

Mar 26, 2018

The Wing, a private social club and co-working space for women in New York City and Washington, D.C., is being investigated by the New York City Commission on Human Rights. An article in Jezebel looks into the investigation.

Mar 26, 2018

“Amazon knows that it can drive down its taxes by pretending that it is really guided by these tax incentives,” Zelinsky told Bloomberg Tax. “In practice, Amazon knows where it wants to go and wants the illusion of competition to avoid paying taxes.”

Mar 23, 2018

In a story on "Why Shouldn't We Pay Student-Athletes?" Professor Ekow Yankah tells NPR's WABE that "the current system is unfair and rife with exploitation, but paying college athletes would essentially just entrench that arrangement."

Mar 23, 2018

Professor Aaron Wright is quoted in The Washington Post, in an article focusing on the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica fiasco. 

People are signing up fast for other services like Mastodon, which take away the need for a middleman company to store data. It runs on open-source code and gives power back to its users. Blockchain technology is helping this de-centralized system work to protect user data.

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