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A Debate on War Powers

Professor Jonathan Turley and Berkeley Law Professor John Yoo met for their third debate on war powers and constitutional analysis.

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Professor Murphy Teaches in Ethiopia for the United Nations

Professor Sean D. Murphy spoke about his experience teaching the law of the sea to lawyers from across the African continent.


Free Speech and Sexual Harassment: When Should the Military Prosecute?

Retired military officials and legal experts spoke about the military's enforcement of rules and laws as they apply to free speech and sexual harassment.

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“What’s The Price Of Justice? D.C. Proposes Capping Payments To People Unjustly Imprisoned”

April 28, 2017

Jeffrey S. Guttman is quoted in WAMU 88.5 about life after prison for those who have been wrongly convicted.

“Major U.S. Airports Say Current Rules Prevent Incidents Like United”

April 27, 2017

John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Reuters about the legal issues involving officers removing passengers from airplanes.

“Sessions Helps Stabilize Volatile Justice Department in First 100 Days”

April 27, 2017

Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Washington Times about how General Sessions has tried to bring stability and order to the department.

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