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18th Century ‘Female Genius’ Made Waves Professor Bilder’s new e-book reveals one woman’s impression on constitutional historical past. Shauna LaMagna is an assistant professor at Montgomery Community College, Southeastern Pennsylvania in the Law News medical aiding department. Brendan Ahern ’07 is a trial lawyer with Rappaport, Glass, Levine and Zullo, where he represents plaintiffs in personal injury, medical…

WooSox Stadium Professor Zygmunt Plater discusses the town’s potential eminent area case to secure land for the new stadium in the Worcester Business Journal. Nonprofit Fraud Professor Ray Madoff speaks to NECN on the rising concern for undetected fraudulent activity in nonprofits following price range cuts in the IRS. Star Island Conference Professor Daniel Kanstroom will current on international migration and government responses to unlawful immigrants.

Environmental Response Professor Zygmunt Plater was quoted in a letter to Quincy Sun suggesting society take a unique strategy to addressing climate change post Covid-19. Bostock Professor Kent Greenfield offered on the Supreme Court determination on LGBTQ+ workplace rights in a Pride at Orrick occasion. CharlieCard Data Professor Michael Cassidy feedback on whether or not police warrants are needed for accessing MBTA logs in the Boston Globe.

Runyon’s work has included testament and appearances across the nation, from the Conference of Chief Justices to (closer to Marquette’s home) the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Runyon first joined PBI in 2005 as director of Corporate Pro Bono, a project with the Association of Corporate Counsel to reinforce in-house pro bono. She previously worked as a lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Washington, D.C. Runyon graduated from the University of Virginia and Yale Law School.

The Black Lawyers Speak five-part podcast sequence will explore what it’s prefer to be Black in the legal occupation – and the way we move toward a more inclusive future. The trials of the Scottsboro Boys have come to represent the role of race in the legal justice system of the Jim Crow South. Read a historical past of the trials of the Scottsboro Boys and biographies of the most important figures concerned, as composed by Law Professor Douglas O. Linder of the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law. Roger Quiles, esports and sports activities law lawyer, Quiles Law, and Adjunct Professor of Law, Marquette University Law School, New York, NY. Please join ALSA, AWL, BLSA, FGP, HLLSA, JLSA, MLSA, and O&A in celebrating Women’s History Month with a panel of diverse ladies lawyers discussing their experiences in the authorized occupation, in addition to the unique challenges they’ve faced. The teams’ shows were at a high professional standard and scoring judges indicated all of Marquette’s members performed better than some practicing attorneys.