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Baradaran speaks to American Postal Workers Union about her book

Friday, October 9, 2015

Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran spoke to members of the American Postal Workers Union and the National Association of Letter Carriers about her book titled "How the Other Half Banks." The article was published by the American Postal Workers Union and appeared 10/9/15.


Congressmen Rally to Open Supreme Court to Cameras

Friday, October 9, 2015

Associate Professor Sonja R. West was mentioned in an article on U.S. News & World Report regarding photographs taken of a Supreme Court hearing. The article was written by Steven Nelson and published 10/8/15.


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Baradaran speaks at National Press Club on her book "How the Other Half Banks"

Friday, October 9, 2015

In honor of Harvard University Press' release of Associate Professor Mehrsa Baradaran's book "How the Other Half Banks," there was a breakfast discussion on America's banking system held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., that featured: Simon Johnson, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management; Lisa Donner, the executive director of Americans for Financial Reform; David Dayen, journalist; and Baradaran. Discussions centered on the complexities of the American banking system and the potential solution of postal banking.


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Chapman presents on the due process of war

Friday, October 9, 2015

Assistant Professor Nathan S. Chapman presented "Due Process of War" at the Wake Forest University School of Law during October.


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Chapman publishes on the 14th Amendment as part of Interactive Constitution Project

Friday, October 9, 2015

Assistant Professor Nathan S. Chapman published "The Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause" and "Substantive Due Process: Text, History, Experience" as part of the National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution Project, which pairs scholars from across the legal and philosophical spectrum to explore the meaning of each provision of the Constitution. Chapman's co-author of the first piece was New York University Law School's Kenji Yoshino.

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