Today on the Amicus Blog: Katharine Bohrs '21 explores the ramifications of Maryland's repeal of its police bill of rights: https://harvardcrcl.org/maryland-becomes-first-state-to-repeal-its-police-bill-of-rights/
Hey! You! It's Friday afternoon and I know you're not really working. Take a minute to read my post on @HarvardCRCL's blog! I reflect on my recent experience in West Roxbury court and how we define "efficiency" in the criminal legal system.
Today on the blog, @EthanLowens reflects on his experiences in Zoom court and how we define an "efficient courtroom": https://harvardcrcl.org/criminally-inefficient/
Reminder: in just a few minutes the @Harvard_Law Ames Moot Court Competition Semi-Finals will begin! Follow the action with us here at https://harvardcrcl.org/ames-semi-final-round-april-13-2021/
Tonight at 6pm is the start of the @Harvard_Law Ames Competition Semi-Finals! Join us as we live-blog the arguments here: https://harvardcrcl.org/ames-semi-final-round-april-13-2021/
It's a busy week in civil rights and civil liberties! Check out all the news on our Amicus Blog weekly news roundup: https://harvardcrcl.org/this-week-in-civil-rights-and-civil-liberties-16/
Today on the Amicus Blog, @ava_cilia uses NY's recent marijuana law to explore what's possible when elected officials listen to organizers and directly-impacted communities! https://harvardcrcl.org/historic-new-york-state-legislation-shows-us-what-is-possible-when-elected-officials-listen-to-organizers-and-directed-impacted-communities/
Today on the Amicus Blog, Travis Fife '21 discusses the Supreme Court's recent oral arguments in NCAA v. Alston and the history of amateurism in student athletics: https://harvardcrcl.org/rejecting-the-myth-of-amateurism-beyond-ncaa-v-alston/