Professor James Duane's article, "The Proper Pronunciation of Certiorari: The Supreme Court's Surprising Six-Way Split," continues to be cited online. University of Wisconsin Law School professor Ann Althouse addressed the article in her popular ephonymous blog, and National Law Journal featured the article in "No Video, But Here's Audio of How Justices Say 'Certiorari.'"
Professor James Duane also
had the opportunity to speak in Tulsa, Okla., as the keynote speaker at the 2014
Criminal Defense Institute sponsored by the Oklahoma Criminal Defense
Jacob was interviewed by CBN
News regarding legal challenges related to recent attempts to
Professor Scott Pryor's
Bankruptcy: When Doing Less is Doing Best," was recently listed on
SSRN's Top 10 download list in these categories: ERN: Other Political Economy:
National, State & Local Government; Intergovernmental Relations (Topic);
and PSN: Local Politics & Policy (Topic).
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