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What will NFL do about Indiana religious freedom law controversy?

In one of the biggest weeks of their professional lives, the four Final Four college basketball coaches put out a joint statement condemning Indiana's controversial religious freedom law. The NCAA, which will have the Final Four in Indianapolis...Show More Summary

USC's Pat Haden won't attend meeting in Indiana because of new law

The College Football Playoff selection committee is scheduled to meet this week in Indianapolis.

USC's Haden to boycott CFP meeting in Indy

USC AD Pat Haden said he will boycott the College Football Playoff committee meetings in Indiana this week in lieu of the state's newly passed "religious freedom" law.

USC Athletic Director Refuses To Go To Indiana Meeting In Protest Of 'Religious Freedom' Law

USC athletic director Pat Haden announced Tuesday that he will not attend a College Football Playoff meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana, this week in protest of the state’s controversial “religious freedom” law. Haden, whose son is gay, announced the news on Twitter: I am the proud father of a gay son. Show More Summary

USC's Pat Haden won't attend meeting in Indiana in honor of gay son

USC Athletic Director Pat Haden will not attend a College Football Playoff meeting in Indianapolis this week because of a new Indiana law that has been called anti-gay.

NCAA feeling pressure to take stand against controversial Indiana law

This is usually a happy time of year for college basketball, a chance for the game to take center stage with all eyes focused on March Madness.

Keith Olbermann rips the NCAA for not standing up to Indiana’s ‘insidious’ anti-LGBT law

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ESPN host Keith Olbermann began his show on Monday by reiterating his demand that pro and college sports immediately begin distancing themselves from Indiana following the passage of an anti-LGBT “religious freedom” bill. Senate Bill 101, Olbermann said, was “presented to this...

Ohio Couple Joins Cacophony of Psychics Claiming (Without Proof) They Help Law Enforcement Find Missing People

An Ohio psychic talk show host and his wife, both professional mediums and “psychic investigators,” were profiled rather unskeptically this week in the Kenyon College newspaper.Beth Deering (below), who says she "can see angels and demons,"... Show More Summary

Schools must address the financial costs of sexual violence

Sexual violence costs. And under civil rights law, colleges and universities are obligated to address it. Title IX — the 1972 law that mandates schools remove gender-based barriers to education — requires colleges and universities to address the financial barriers to educational access that violence creates. That means that if you’re a survivor of sexual violence […]

Run Away, Ted, Run Away!

Wow, Ted. Why so quiet? You normally have so much to say, yet when confronted by some young immigrants, you turn tail and run. Aren't you proud of your positions? Cruz has opposed laws offering in-state college tuition to the children...Show More Summary

10 Killers Who Targeted College Women

Here are ten killers who according to either eyewitnesses or a court of law preyed upon and killed college women.

Senator For Gurlz (TM) Kirsten Gillibrand: Don't Blame The "Victim" Who Invented The UVA Gang-Rape Hoax Out of Whole Cloth Just To Get the Attention of a Boy She Had a Crush On

We need a National Conversation explaining how fake victims of hoax-rapes are just as much victims as victims of actual rape, I guess. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who is pushing for stronger laws against rapes on college campuses, today warned against...

DONATED BLOOD TODAY, at the U.T. College of Law blood drive. Plenty of students and faculty turned …

DONATED BLOOD TODAY, at the U.T. College of Law blood drive. Plenty of students and faculty turned out, which was nice.

Secular Governments, Religious Courts, and Women’s Rights in Canada, the UK, and the US

Marie Ashe, Suffolk University Law School, and Anissa Helie, John Jay College of Criminal Jsutice, have published Realities of Religio-Legalism: Religious Courts and Women’s Rights in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States at 20 U. Cal.-Davis J. International … Continue reading ?

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Amidst 70% Enrollment Decline, Appalachian…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Amidst 70% Enrollment Decline, Appalachian Law School Sheds 60% Of Its Faculty And Seeks Affiliation With Another College To Survive. “At the height of enrollment, there were approximately 150 students in a graduating class at ASL. … [There were 145 1Ls in Fall 2011.] Compare that to the […]

Amidst 70% Enrollment Decline, Appalachian Law School Sheds 60% Of Its Faculty And Seeks Affiliation With Another College To Survive

WCYB, The Appalachian School of Law Looks Ahead: Fewer and fewer people are attending law school. That nationwide shift means schools are competing for students as they try to balance their budgets. In 2004, there were 100,600 people nationwide who applied to law school. In 2013, there were just 59,400....

Cold Case Justice Initiative advocates go to U.N. over hundreds of unsolved civil rights murders

Klux in the Klan burn a cross to show their solidarity in the cause of murderous racism. At the United Nations Thursday, a team of Syracuse University College of Law students will accuse the U.S. Justice Department of failing to account for the hundreds of African Americans who were murdered or disappeared during the civil rights era. Show More Summary

Texas College Guns Law Raises Safety Concerns - University Chancellor

University of Texas Chancellor William McRaven wrote in a letter to Texas Governor that the presence of concealed guns on the University of Texas campus will make the school a less safe environment for students.

Equal Protection and Parental Leave

Keith Cunningham-Parmeter, Willamette University College of Law, is publishing (Un)Equal Protection: Why Gender Equality Depends on Discrimination in volume 109 of the Northwestern University Law Review (2015). Here is the abstract. Most accounts of the Supreme Court’s equal protection jurisprudence … Continue reading ?

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