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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
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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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Jenuwine receives 2011 Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D., Community-Based Research Award

jenuwine news Michael Jenuwine, a faculty member in the Notre Dame Law School, has received the 2011 Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D. Faculty Community-Based Research Award for research into Indiana’s guardianship laws. The award, given annually by Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns, honors a Notre Dame faculty member whose research has positively impacted the lives of those in the local community.

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Professor Vincent Rougeau accepts new appointment

Vince Rougeau news Notre Dame Law School faculty, staff, and students have been congratulating Professor Vincent Rougeau this week on being appointed the next dean of Boston College Law School. The highly regarded professor of contracts, real estate transactions, and Catholic social thought will be assuming his new post this summer.

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Specialist on values to lead BC law school

Vince Rougeau news Boston Globe
Notre Dame law professor Vincent Rougeau, a specialist on the role of moral and religious values in lawmaking and public policy, will be the next dean of Boston College Law School and its first African-American leader, the university announced yesterday.

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