Highlights From Orientation 2023

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Maggie Wells, ’24: Federal Criminal Justice Clinic Experience ‘Will Influence the Rest of My Career’

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David A. Weisbach

The proposed passthrough rule will likely require Treasury, the IRS, and OIRA to confront a question that has vexed tax scholars for some time: How should cost-benefit analysis be conducted for tax...

M. Todd Henderson
A Law School course helped create the world’s first centralized collision avoidance platform for space. It also helped shift one student’s career path.

Heading into her third year of Law School, Holly Highfill, ’21, was on track to become a transactional attorney. She was not planning to launch a startup company aimed at preventing satellite colli...

Alison Siegler

A Reagan-era law, passed by Congress nearly four decades ago to change the federal bail system in order to address concerns over rising crime committed by arrestees released pending trial, has been...

Campus free expression

Free speech is probably one of the most polarizing public topics of debate. And those arguments only become more intense when it comes to free expression on college and university campuses.



Participating faculty: Thomas J. Miles, Adriana Z. Robertson