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Kurdistan representative to speak at Vanderbilt Sept. 27

Sep. 15, 2017—The representative of the Kurdistan Regional Government will speak at Vanderbilt Law School two days after an independence referendum in Kurdistan.

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University Courses program wraps up successful first year

May. 1, 2017—Students participating in the first University Courses gave the initiative high marks, noting that the cross-campus curriculum created unique opportunities for students to tackle important subjects.

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren tells law students to ‘use your voices’

Mar. 31, 2017—Vanderbilt law students were visited March 31 by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who urged them to fight for the uplifting of the middle class.

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Barry Friedman discusses policing reform on ‘The Zeppos Report’

Mar. 16, 2017—Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos interviews Barry Friedman, a noted constitutional law scholar and director of the Policing Project, on the third episode of "The Zeppos Report" podcast.

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Vanderbilt law students file amicus brief in African human rights case

Mar. 3, 2017—Law students are taking part in a case before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights by filing a brief about an anti-terrorist statute in Ethiopia.

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Trade and Migration with Mexico: Facts vs. Rhetoric

Feb. 27, 2017—A discussion centered around issues of trade and migration with Mexico was held on Monday, Feb. 27, at the First Amendment Center in Nashville. The event was co-sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies, the Vanderbilt International Legal Studies Program, and the Turner Family for Social Ventures. The discussion was moderated by Spring Miller,...

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Spring 2017 University Courses to examine health policy, mass incarceration and mobile cloud computing

Oct. 21, 2016—Enrollment opens Oct. 31 for three University Courses being offered this spring to tackle significant societal and technological issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

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New faculty: Sara Mayeux studies criminal law and advocates for social justice

Oct. 17, 2016—While the biggest legal questions are debated before the U.S. Supreme Court, new Assistant Professor of Law Sara Mayeux is more interested in what happens in less prestigious settings.

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13 cross-college collaborative projects win TIPs funding

Jun. 2, 2016—Thirteen interdisciplinary projects, ranging from cellular processes and smart cities to global health care issues, have been selected as the 2016 awardees of the Trans-Institutional Program (TIPs) initiative.

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