Professor J.W. Verret Op-Ed on Impeachment

J.W. Verret, Associate Professor of Law The intersection of political and legal issues involved in President Trump’s impeachment have become a complex chess game. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been at the game a long time. By comparison, Trump is like the novice player at the table asking, “What does the horsey do again?” www.washingtonexaminer.com, November 19

Professor Adam Mossoff files amicus brief in Federal Circuit Court on behalf of twelve law professors

Adam Mossoff, Professor of Law Former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul R. Michel is urging his old court to undo its decision to invalidate an American Axle & Manufacturing automobile drive shaft technology patent, saying it puts “seemingly every patent [in] eligibility jeopardy.” Michel submitted an amicus brief Thursday, backing AAM’s bid to have its … Continue reading “Professor Adam Mossoff files amicus brief in Federal Circuit Court on behalf of twelve law professors”

The Most Inspiring Immigration Stories Of 2019: Ilya Somin

Ilya Somin, Professor of Law “At its worst, America is susceptible to the same types of ethnic, religious, racial, and nationalistic prejudices as all too many other nations,” writes Somin. “But at its best, it is the nation where freedom and opportunity can be yours regardless of who your parents were, or where you where … Continue reading “The Most Inspiring Immigration Stories Of 2019: Ilya Somin”