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Faculty News
2/27/2019 10:35:00 AM
SCOTUS Watch: War Memorial or Religious Display
Prof. Glenn Smith

In an op-ed published in the LA Daily Journal, Professor Glenn Smith discusses the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court’s oral argument as to whether the Bladensburg cross in Maryland violates the Establishment Clause.

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Faculty News
2/13/2019 8:22:06 AM
Unraveling the Census Decision
Prof. Glenn Smith

In a commentary published in Jurist, California Western’s Professor Glenn Smith discusses the recent federal district court judge’s ruling invalidating Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ decision to have every 2020 Census respondent answer a question about citizenship.

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Faculty News
1/23/2019 10:12:14 AM
The Hypocrisy of Veterinary Lien Laws
Animal Law

In a recent law review article published in Animal Law by the Lewis & Clark Law School, California Western’s Prof. Mark Weinstein discusses the problem of veterinary lien laws and the hypocrisy of the industry that benefits from owners treating pets like family while simultaneously treating pets as mere property.

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Faculty News
1/17/2019 8:31:00 AM
Reflective Practice: A Critical Habit for Successful Lawyers
Prof. Tim Casey

California Western’s Prof. Tim Casey, who recently co-presented a paper on reflective practice and ethics at the eighth International Legal Ethics Conference (ILEC) in Melbourne, Australia, discusses the importance of the concept in a students’ legal education.

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Faculty News
1/8/2019 9:02:00 AM
Time to Take Our Digital Sovereignty Seriously
Prof. James Cooper

In a recent op-ed in the International Business Times, California Western’s Prof. James Cooper makes a case for the importance of taking our digital sovereignty seriously rather than allowing it to remain under the control of social media outlets, technology giants, or other intermediaries.

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