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Law Professor Discusses Free Enterprise Fund v. PCAOB

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On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Free Enterprise Fund v. PCAOB. Indiana U. legal expert Donna Nagy has been researching and writing about the constitutional status of the PCAOB for years and can comment on the case.

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Supreme Court Ruling Brings Title IX Back Into the Spotlight

Thirty-seven years after Title IX was first enacted, colleges and universities are reexamining their policies and adapting to recent court rulings.

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Trust Your Gut? Study Explores Religion, Morality and Trust in Authority

Researchers provided a nationally-represented sample of adults with an online survey about the US Supreme Court's ruling on physician-assisted suicide.

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Expert: Sotomayor and the Sports Law Arena

Newly appointed U.S. Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor has participated in several influential sports law decisions throughout her career. A Central Michigan University authority on sports law is available to discuss the most recognized sports law-related cases Judge Sotomayor has participated in and how her opinions have influenced American law in this arena thus far.

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News Sources on the Appointment of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court / A Hispanic and Historical Perspective

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Reporters who are looking for expert perspectives on newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor should consider Johns Hopkins University lecturer Adam Segal, director of the Hispanic Voter Project, and Joel Grossman, professor of political science.

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George W. Bush's Court Appointments Emphasized Ideology over Diversity

According to new analysis by American University and Oregon State University professors, the judicial appointments of former president George W. Bush suggest that his motivation for appointing nontraditional judges was driven more by ideology and strategy than concerns for diversity.

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Law Professors Available for Expert Commentary on Sotomayor Hearing

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Tip sheet of University of Virginia professors available to comment on confirmation hearings for Judge Sonia Sotomayor.

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Berkeley Law Experts Available for Interviews on Sotomayor Hearings

UC Berkeley School of Law scholars are available for insight and analysis on Judge Sotomayor's confirmation hearings for the U.S. Supreme Court. The nomination has stirred debate about judicial activism, among other issues, due partly to comments she made during a 2001 Berkeley Law speech. U.S. Senate confirmation hearings begin July 13.

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Supreme Court Decision Important to I-O Psychologists and Testing Profession

In the wake of the Supreme Court decision, various news outlets have interviewed the firefighters, city officials and legal experts on the case, but few have sought comments from the designers and scientists who are among those instrumental in developing these both useful and controversial employment tests"ā€¯industrial and organizational psychologists.

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Education Law Expert: U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Strip-Search Case Puts School Officials on Notice

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Education law expert Todd DeMitchell at the University of New Hampshire has reviewed today's U.S. Supreme Court decision Safford Unified School District #1 v. Redding and provides the following analysis.







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