CR-CL's annual HLS Ames Final Live-blog is LIVE with blow-by-blow commentary by Nicole Franklin as the student competitors face-off before a panel of judges, including Judge Merrick Garland! https://harvardcrcl.org/2019-ames-moot-court-finals-live-blog/.
In light of today's finding against the Trump foundation, I've written a post for the @HarvardCRCL Amicus blog on the importance of transparency in ideological nonprofits. https://harvardcrcl.org/nonprofits-dafs-and-campaigns-a-call-for-more-transparency-in-ideological-nonprofits/ https://twitter.com/Fahrenthold/status/1192535254919237632
For @HarvardCRCL, @emilythemorrow and I spoke to James Esseks of the @ACLU LGBT & HIV Project about his thoughts coming out of oral argument for the Title VII LGBTQ cases before the Supreme Court https://harvardcrcl.org/taking-liberties-episode-9/
Looking forward to giving this talk next week--thank you to @houstoninst @HLS_CJPP @HarvardCRCL @HarvardPDC & the HLS branches of @LPEblog & NLG for inviting & sponsoring. And especially to @MassBailFund for joining me in conversation. Can't wait!
Annie Forestiere exposes the reality of a little-known, but often invoked, legal defense that allows defendants to escape full culpability for crimes against victims simply by showing their alleged "panic" at the realization that their victim is LGBTQ+.
@HilaShamir @goetheuni @ERCDomEQUAL @mar_sabri I highly recommend the latest article by my wonderful @SUCollegeofLaw colleague Nina Kohn on American courts' acceptance of contracting btwn elderly ppl and their family #caregivers: "For Love and Affection" in @HarvardCRCL. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3393813. The conference sounds amazing!