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Happy Holidays

Talk on U.N. Convention on Law of the Sea with Rear Admiral Steven D. Poulin
DEC
01
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bay View Room - School of Law
Winter Solstice
DEC
02
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Bay View Room
Law Alumni Association Holiday Reception
DEC
03
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Citizens Plaza Rotunda
Marine Affairs Advisory Board Meeting
DEC
12
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Bay View Room
Champions for Justice Dinner and Public Interest Auction
JAN
30
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Providence Biltmore Hotel

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    From the BALKINIZATION Blog: "Why Presidents Cannot Run Against the Court" by Professor Jared Goldstein, Guest Blogger   Saturday, April 14, 2012: With the prospect that the Supreme Court may strike down the Affordable Care Act, many commentators, including Marvin Ammori on this blog, have argued that President Obama should “campaign against the Court.” It is not really a plausible campaign strategy. Contrary to popular conception, Franklin Roosevelt did not campaign against the Court in...
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    From the NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL: "The Tea Party is just the latest movement to argue the modern administrative state is an unconstitutional aberration" by Jared Goldstein February 20, 2012: The failure of the Tea Party movement to rally around a single presidential candidate has convinced many pundits that its time as a major force in mainstream politics may be coming to an end. But make no mistake, even if "Tea Party" fades as a label, the forces that created the For the past century, a series...