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July 28, 2014 -- Professor Patrick Goodman was quoted in an article in the Los Angeles Times regarding the Donald Sterling probate case and the LA Clippers.
"Even if she could paint...
July 28, 2014 – Professor Ann Carlson published an op-ed in Talking Points Memo on whether or not Justice Scalia’s opinion in the EPA ruling will help protect Obamacare.
Read the op-ed.
African American Policy Forum and UCLA Law’s Critical Race Studies Program to Host Community Hearing on the Crisis of Poverty and Imprisonment Affecting Girls of...
An article by Peter Boos ’14 was selected as one of the winning entries in the inaugural Tax Analysts Student Paper Competition. The article, “The Runaway REIT Train? The...
July 25, 2014 -- Professor Jill Horwitz published an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on how the Affordable Care Act affects public access to healthcare. Professor Horwitz co-authored...
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