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Study researches effectiveness of mediation in custody disputes

Brinig bulletin A joint project between the Notre Dame Law School’s Legal Aid Clinic and the College of Arts and Letters’ Center for Children and Families will examine the effectiveness of mediation in child custody disputes—specifically the success of educational programs required by the courts and whether the type of mediation makes a difference.

Margaret Brinig, the Law School’s associate dean for faculty research, is one of the project’s principal investigators.

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Prof. Patrick Salvi quoted in Yahoo! News

salvi news Illinois Injury Lawyer: Supreme Court Ruling Shows State’s Tough Stance On Drugged Driving
Yahoo! News
[Patrick A.] Salvi and his law firm have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for Illinois car accident victims, including compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering. Salvi teaches personal injury law at the University of Notre Dame School of Law.

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Professor Lloyd Mayer quoted in Huffington Post on the IRS pressure on large donors

mayer news IRS Buckled To GOP Pressure On Secret Donations, Lawyer Says
Huffington Post
Lloyd Mayer, who teaches tax law at the University of Notre Dame, agreed. “The worst fear of most career government servants is being drawn into the political spotlight,” he said. “The political heat got a little bit too hot, and the IRS blinked, rather than stick to its position, which I think was right.”

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Study researches effectiveness of mediation in custody disputes

Brinig bulletin A joint project between the Law School’s legal aid clinic and the College of Arts and Letters’ Center for Children and Families will examine the effectiveness of mediation in child custody disputes—specifically the success of educational programs required by the courts and whether the type of mediation makes a difference.

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Federal Courts cite Prof. Cassel on corporate human rights responsibilities

cassel news In its July 2011 ruling in Flomo v. Firestone Natural Rubber Company, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit cites a law review article by Notre Dame Law Professor Doug Cassel, Director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, arguing that corporations involved in human rights violations overseas can be sued for money damages under the Alien Tort Claims Act (“ATCA”).

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Prof. Blakey Panelist on Combating Organized Crime Program

blakey news National Archives and Nixon Foundation to Host Program on Combating Organized Crime
News Blaze
A noted team of Nixon era Justice Department officials, Congressional counselors, and White House advisers will discuss how the Nixon administration combated organized crime and brought substantial, lasting changes to the American criminal justice system…. Panelists will include: G. Robert Blakey…before assuming his present teaching position at Notre Dame Law School in 1980.…

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The bin Laden aftermath: Abbottabad and international law (by: Mary Ellen O'Connell)

Mary Ellen Oconnell news The bin Laden aftermath: Abbottabad and international law (by: Mary Ellen O’Connell
Foreign Policy
I was in Germany when Osama bin Laden was killed in a U.S. military operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan on May 2. Mary Ellen O’Connell is the Robert and Marion Short Chair in Law and Research Professor of International Dispute Resolution at the Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame, as well as the Vice President of the American Society of International Law.…

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Paolo Carozza quoted in Biopolitical Times

carozza Hijacking Human Rights in Latin America
Biopolitical Times
Morgan points to the way in which Paolo Carozza, a professor and Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs at the University of Notre Dame Law School, has put forward a rights-based argument regarding Latin America in concert with self-described “pro-life feminist” Mary Ann Glendon, the Learned Hand Professor at Harvard Law School.…

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