Free copies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in American hotels

On December 10, we commemorate Human Rights Day: the anniversary of the day in 1948 when the nation members of the United Nations ...
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    Add “Criminal Injustice” to the law school curriculum

    There’s broad consensus among the public, as well as experts, that America’s criminal justice system is in dire need of ...
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      Law clinics for green-collar worker-run businesses

      The Green-Collar Communities Clinic (CG3) is the first and only law school clinic of its kind in the country: free legal, business, and ...
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        Create LGBTQ units inside police departments

        It’s dangerous to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer in America. As numerous statistics warn us, LGBTQ people in ...
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          Hawaii’s novel way of selecting judges

          In our idealized view of the American legal system, judges are supposed to be dispassionate arbiters of the law who are freed to focus ...
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            Why doctors should prescribe legal aid for their patients

            Ask doctors who’ve practiced in underserved communities and they can testify that what happens to their patients can hinge on the ...
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              There’s a lawyers shortage—for Americans who aren’t rich. Here’s how to fix it.

              Yes, there is a lawyers shortage in our country — for ordinary Americans who need professional legal counsel, especially low-income ...
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                Children are taking climate change to the courts

                The judiciary is familiar battleground for veteran climate activists, but today, it’s kids who are pioneering a new strategy in ...
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                  Eyes on the Supreme Court…and the “invisible justices”

                  The rulings issued by the Supreme Court of the United States aren’t the only important decisions it makes. So are its choices ...
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                    Novel proposal for single, limited terms for Justices of the Supreme Court

                    Justice Antonin Scalia’s sudden death this presidential election year has jolted Supreme Court watchers, catapulting the ...
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