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How a Mississippi Law Could Threaten LGBT Rights

Professor Tuttle and Professor Emeritus Lupu discuss Mississippi's HB 1523, a law that has the potential to threaten the interests of the LGBT community.

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Professor Arthur Wilmarth shared insights on community banking and banking law during Banking Law: Current and Future Issues, the Spring Symposium of the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law.

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“Ways to Stop Trump in His Tracks”

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February 17, 2017

Steven L. Schooner is quoted in Investor's Business Daily about the Procurement Integrity Act.

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