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Juvenile Justice Clinic   Representing Juvenile Defendants in a Post-Miller World

When Miller v. Alabama was decided last spring, the Supreme Court held that the Eighth Amendment prohibited mandatory sentences of life without parole for juvenile offenders convicted of homicide. In response, three professors have launched a Juvenile Justice Clinic to represent minors sentenced before the Miller decision. More...

Clarke Initiative

Clarke Initiative Colloquium: The Judiciary and Political Change in Egypt

Presented by the Clarke Initiative for Law and Development in the Middle East and North Africa, the colloquium invites scholars to present on current legal, political, economic, and social changes in the Middle East. More...

Law School Holds Third Transactional Lawyering Competition

Student teams practice their skills before alumni instructor-judges in the only intramural transactional lawyering competition of its kind in the country. More...

W. Bradley Wendel Wins Levy Award for Ethics

The New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Ethics has presented the Sanford D. Levy Memorial Award for 2012 to Professor Wendel for his contributions to the field of professional legal ethics. More...

James W. Dabney '79 Argues Already v. Nike Before the Supreme Court

Only a small number of lawyers get the chance to argue a case in front of the Supreme Court, but Adjunct Professor James Dabney ’79 has argued three. More...

Dorf Reigns Supreme in Third Annual Faculty Pie Eating Contest

Four esteemed Law School professors faced off for a good cause and an entertaining study break for students at the third annual Faculty Pie Eating Contest. More...

Is Jus in Bello in Crisis?

Jens David Ohlin, Journal of International Criminal Justice (Forthcoming).


Free Exercise of Religion Before the Bench: Empirical Evidence From the Federal Courts

Michael Heise (with Gregory C. Sisk), Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 88 (Forthcoming).


Legal Ethics is about the Law, Not Morality or Justice: A Reply to Critics

W. Bradley Wendel, Texas Law Review, Vol. 90, No. 3 (2012).


Hope and Fear in Gay Marriage Cases at High Court

Associated Press
Michael Dorf


Whose Company Is It?

Lynn Stout


China Helps Recast Africa in Global Economy

Business Day
Muna Ndulo

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