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Professor Jeffrey Rosen Interviews Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Watch Professor Rosen interview Justice Ginsburg on C-SPAN about "unconscious bias," the "Me Too" movement, and other social movements over the last century.

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Students Win ABA Public Contract Writing Competition

Jessica Berrada, 2L, and Kevin Park, 3L, shared first place in the American Bar Association's (ABA) Public Contracts Writing Competition. The annual competition provides monetary awards to law students and young lawyers for outstanding papers that address a topical issue of interest to the public contract and grant law community.


Assistant Dean Tillipman and Samantha Block Collaborate on Opinion Piece

Jessica Tillipman, Assistant Dean for Field Placement, and Ms. Block, 3L, authored an article featured in the FCPA Blog about the HSBC's top offenses and the controversy surrounding its settlements.

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