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  1. South Texas: Bankruptcy Symposium
  2. Weber, Accidentally on Purpose: Intent in Disability Discrimination Law
  3. Graduate Assistant Strike at NYU
  4. Upcoming Symposia
  5. The Decline of Law Schools
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South Texas: Bankruptcy Symposium

South Texas Law Review's "Symposium: Bankruptcy Best Practices from the Bench and Bar," held in October 2013, is now in print: "A Survey of Sanctions in Bankruptcy Courts: The Fifth Circuit and Beyond (Robin Russell) "A Debtor's Duty to Update...
    


Weber, Accidentally on Purpose: Intent in Disability Discrimination Law

Professor Mark Weber has just posted an interesting article on SSRN which will appear in Boston College Law Review. The abstract provides as follows: American disability discrimination laws contain few intent requirements. Yet courts frequently demand showings of intent before...
    

Graduate Assistant Strike at NYU

Graduate Assistants at NYU have been on strike for awhile. An article discussing the strike and NYU's recent threats from Inside Education can be found here. As readers to this blog as well as my former students all know, in...
    


Upcoming Symposia

Here are upcoming symposia in the next few weeks that may be of interest to readers. March 13, DePaul Law Review, Chicago IL, "The UAS Dilemma: Unlimited Potential, Unresolved Concerns." More information. March 18, Creighton Law Review, Omaha NE, "Ethics...
    

The Decline of Law Schools

There is a very interesting op ed article in the March 9, 2015 Washington Post written by a law professor that those interested in legal education should read. Law schools are in a death spiral. Maybe now they’ll finally change....
    


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