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Joe Rudnick and Personal Policing

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On October 27th, 2014 Cornell alumnus, former police officer, and current Federal Law Enforcement Officer Joe Rudnick gave a talk on “Personal Policing”, a strategy for improving relationships between police and citizens in America’s communities. Rudnick’s talk highlighted the controversies and tensions surrounding this current and important issue. Personal policing is a term Rudnick used …

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ACS/Federalist Society Host Colloquium on Religious Liberty

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About forty students from ACS and the Federalist Society came together on Monday, October 20th for a conversation on religious liberty. Over the past two years, the ACS-Federalist Society discussion series has sought to create an environment of mutual respect where students from both organizations can challenge and learn from one another. In contrast to …

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Tom Goldstein Moots SCOTUS Case at HLS

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On Tuesday, October 28th, Tom Goldstein of Goldstein & Russell, P.C., one of the nation’s leading Supreme Court practitioners and founder of SCOTUSblog.com, participated in a Moot Supreme Court session in front of HLS students and faculty. Goldstein took questions from acting justices, HLS Professors Howell Jackson and Allen Ferrell, as well as co-counsel Eric …

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Professor Janet Halley on the New Harvard University Sexual Harassment Policy

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Note: The following is a memo written by Professor Janet Halley to the Harvard community. ACS is posting this memo as a follow up to the recent Town Hall event ACS co-sponsored on Harvard’s new Sexual Harassment policy, at which Professor Halley shared many of these views. ACS neither endorses nor rejects the views in …

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Removing the Scarlet Letter from Abortion with Louise Melling

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Louise Melling’s message to the students of Harvard Law School was clear: we shouldn’t just simply care about reproductive freedom and access to abortion; it should be the issue to which we devote ourselves. She appealed to students, even emotionally at times, asking the audience to join her “team.” By the end of her hour-long …

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U.S., ISIS, and the AUMF: Feldman and Goldsmith discuss the Authorization for the Use of Military Force

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On Monday, September 22, Harvard Law School Professors Jack Goldsmith and Noah Feldman discussed the burgeoning conflict against the terrorist group known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the Obama administration’s domestic legal basis for the use of force. Professor Goldsmith began by sketching out the three distinct legal arguments put …

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Professor Laurence Tribe Kicks Off Semester For ACS at HLS

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m4s0n501 On Tuesday, September 16, 2014 the distinguished Professor Laurence Tribe kicked off the ACS year with a speech, a Q&A, and a teaser of his newest book Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution. Tribe’s twenty minute remarks were short, yet sweeping. He surveyed the overarching themes of the Roberts Court, commenting on …

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