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Workplace Prof Blog

Workplace Prof Blog

Covers arbitration, disability, employment discrimination, labor law, public employment law and workplace safety. By Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Marcia L. McCormick, Paul M. Secunda, Charles A. Sullivan and Richard Bales.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/laborprof_blog/
  • Jun 18

    Yale-Stanford Symposium on #MeToo

    Yale-Stanford Symposium on #MeToo
    Yale Law Journal and Stanford Law Review have just published a companion symposium titled “#MeToo and the Future of Sexual Harassment Law.” The symposium addresses, among other things, how sexual harassment interacts with notions of…
  • Jun 15

    Congratulations Cyndi Nance and Angela Onwuachi-Willig

    Congratulations Cyndi Nance and Angela Onwuachi-Willig
    Congratulations to two important worklaw scholars and two of my personal idols, Cyndi Nance (left, Arkansas) and Angela Onwuachi-Willig (right, moving to Boston Univ.)! Cyndi will be receiving the Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement…
  • Jun 15

    Labor & Employment Roundup

    Labor & Employment Roundup
    Some recent labor & employment stories in the news recently: The New York Times has a piece out today on the prevalence of pregnancy discrimination, which includes background on Peggy Young and her suit against UPS that went to the...
Rank this Week: 233

Faculty Blog

Faculty Blog

The Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog

http://law.marquette.edu/facultyblog/
  • Jun 21

    The Developing Shape of August Primaries Comes into View in New Poll Result

    The Developing Shape of August Primaries Comes into View in New Poll Result
    The results of the Marquette Law School Poll, released on Wednesday, June 20, showed both how long a time and how short a time two months is as an election approaches. The primary on Aug. 14 will decide which of a large field of Democrats…
  • Jun 17

    Facts and History — But No Predictions — as Program Sets the Political Scene

    Facts and History — But No Predictions — as Program Sets the Political Scene
    Set aside (for the moment) the poll numbers, the partisanship, and the passion and analyze the facts and data. That was the goal of an “On the Issues with Mike Gousha” program on Thursday, June 14, at Marquette Law School that was…
  • Jun 14

    J. Gordon Hylton In Memoriam 1952-2018

    J. Gordon Hylton In Memoriam 1952-2018
    On May second, the Marquette community lost one of its most interesting, wonderfully eccentric, and beloved members, Professor Gordon Hylton, who died of complications from cancer.  Academics by and large are an enthusiastic group of…
Rank this Week: 700

ADR Prof Blog

ADR Prof Blog

By Andrea Schneider, Michael Moffitt, Sarah Cole, Art Hinshaw, Jill Gross, Cynthia Alkon, Paul Kirgis and Jennifer Reynolds.

http://www.indisputably.org
  • Jun 18

    Tenth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon

    Tenth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon
    The Hugh L. Carey Center for Dispute Resolution at St. John’s School of Law and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) invite you to participate in the tenth annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon, a…
  • Jun 18

    Ebner Wins Award

    Ebner Wins Award
    A simulation co-authored by Noam Ebner (Creighton) has been named a first-prize co-winner of Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs annual E-PARCC teaching case and simulation competition.…
  • Jun 14

    The “Think Like A Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated

    The “Think Like A Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated
    Mary E. Jutten wrote a piece in the ABA Journal titled The “Think Like a Lawyer” Approach to Law School is Outdated, which makes some interesting points that will be familiar to readers of this blog.  Her most…
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Life Sentences Blog

Life Sentences Blog

Tracks new legal developments and research relating to long prison sentences. By Marquette University Law School Professor Michael O'Hear.

http://www.lifesentencesblog.com/
  • Sep 5

    New Cases on the Constitutionality of Long Sentences for Juveniles: The Graham Saga Continue

    New Cases on the Constitutionality of Long Sentences for Juveniles: The Graham Saga Continue
    In Graham v. Florida, 560 U.S. 48 (2010), the U.S. Supreme Court barred the sentence of life without the possibility of parole (LWOP) for crimes committed by anyone under eighteen years of age. Grounded in the Cruel and Unusual…
  • Sep 2

    After Return from Prison, Friends Can Be Key to Success or Failure

    After Return from Prison, Friends Can Be Key to Success or Failure
    New research highlights the importance of friends in determining whether returning prisoners will commit new crimes. A considerable body of prior research has demonstrated the importance of family relationships to the returning prisoner, but…
  • Aug 14

    Crime and Stigma: New Research Explores the Connection

    Crime and Stigma: New Research Explores the Connection
    The colonial Americans famously had their “scarlet letter” punishments, which marked and shamed the criminal. Today, the stigma of a conviction may be less vividly displayed, but it is no less real. Two interesting new…
Rank this Week: 694

Ratio Juris

Ratio Juris

Offers perspectives on judicial decisionmaking and the legal process. By Professors Jim Chen, Alfred Brophy, Stefanie Lindquist, R.J. Lipkin, Chad M. Oldfather, Lori A. Ringhand, and Elizabeth Weeks.

http://ratiojuris.blogspot.com/
Rank this Week: 1126