The Marie Colvin Case: Difficulties Holding Foreign Nations Accountable

By Gabriella Marki After dedicating her life to reporting the truth on the front lines of wars…

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Excited or Incitement? Freedom of Speech on Social Media Platforms

By Katherine Wahl “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free…

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Spring 2018 Symposium: Archive

Church and State: A Symposium on Religion and Individual Rights When:  March 30th, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM…

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Legacies of Police Brutality and New Hope

By William Mabry IV Police brutality and other violent police misconduct disproportionately affect communities of color, and in…

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Lighting a “Fyre” Under Instagram Influencers

Teagan Sebba The infamous “Fyre Festival” has sparked outrage again through the release of both a Netflix…

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Involuntary Manslaughter Conviction from Text Messages and the “Virtually Present” Defendant

By Fae Patton Content Warning: Suicide In the days leading up to her boyfriend’s suicide, seventeen-year-old Michelle…

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Right to Choose—Death by a Thousand Cuts

By Andy Ball On June 28, two Louisiana doctors asked the Supreme Court of the United States…

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“Thinking Out Loud” v. “Let’s Get it On” and The Dangers in the Latest Music Copyright Case Trend

By Taylor Sweet “Thank you… to my parents [who] have flown for the past four years to…

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Will Bey take on the ADA? Examining the Classification of Websites as a Place of Public Accommodation under Title III

By Rohan Parekh Beyoncé Knowles-Carter famously sings, “[I] don’t know much about fighting, but I, I know…

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Cultural Exchange Visitors Settle with Sponsor Agencies for $65.5 Million

By Alice Browning In March 2015, several au pairs visiting the United States through the J-1 visa…

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