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Presidential Trek North Professor Barnico writes of the historical past of presidential election trails in Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the CommonWealth Magazine. ‘God’s Plan’ Professor Cathleen Kaveny talks to the National Catholic Reporter in regards to the hassle with the Surgeon General’s current comments through the pandemic. Deportation Excuse Professor Kari Hong comments on the Trump administration’s choice to desert asylum seekers in a time of pandemic in Jezebel. Ending Protests Professor Kent Greenfield recently appeared in numerous media retailers on the President’s potential use of federal forces to quell protest and violence.

The Center for Business Law & Innovation connects law college students with working towards attorneys and real world situations. BC Law Rises to 29th Law School amongst prime law colleges in the country in US News 2022 rankings. Support for Judge Six Boston College law professors signed a short to drop expenses towards a Newton District Court Judge accused of serving to a person escape ICE. Waiver Fight Prof. Mike Cassidy talks to the Washington Post a few defense attorney who filed a lawsuit to cease a Texas district attorney from enforcing a coverage pertaining solely to her.

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‘Bradying’ In The Philadelphia Inquirer, Michael Cassidy discusses the injustice that outcomes from the inconsistencies of recanted statements. Plea Deal Denied BC Law Professor Jeff Cohen comments in Law360 about judges tendencies to view C pleas with skepticism. Reshaping Facebook BC Law Professor David Olson speaks to The Wall Street Journal about how antitrust law can be utilized to reshape massive tech corporations like Facebook. Trump’s Taxes Repetti tells Reuters that choose is likely to reject Trump’s arguments towards Justice Department order to release taxes. Kent Greenfield feedback in AP story on claims of harsher charges for rioters on the US Capitol compared to racial justice protestors.