The Protection Paradox: Discussing how FOSTA Falls Short with Madison Adler
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2w ago
On this episode of "On Remand," Madison Adler '24 takes us through her Note titled "The Protection Paradox: Negative Impacts of the Anti-Trafficking Legislation and the Criminalization of Sex Work on Women in the United States," which addresses how the legislature has fallen short in protecting sex workers and victims of human trafficking ..read more
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Warrantless Access to Prescription Drug Data: A Glimpse into Arianna Fisher's Comment
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1M ago
On this episode of “On Remand,” Arianna Fisher ’24 takes us through her Comment titled “Got Pain? It’s Just You, Your Doctor, and the DEA: The Third-Party Doctrine and Warrantless Access to Prescription Drug Data,” which addresses the shift in the right to privacy in relation to warrantless access to prescription drug data ..read more
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New England Law Review Fall Symposium
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1M ago
Listen to New England Law Review's Fall Symposium to learn more about Barred: Why the Innocent Can’t Get Out of Prison. Author and scholar Daniel S. Medwed led our symposium discussing how the United States’ current justice system keeps people in prison rather than crimes. Professor Medwed identifies how the procedural rules within the justice system often lead to the punishment of innocent people. He is joined by panelists Aliza Hochman-Bloom, Cynthia Godsoe, Justin Murray, and Elizabeth Webster ..read more
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Let's Talk Vegans!
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11M ago
Join Jane Osick '23 to discuss her upcoming publication on animal law, ethical farming, and the legalism behind veganism. Jane's Note, Animal Victims and the Law: How Massachusetts Can Revise the Courtroom Animal Advocate Program to Better Protect Victims and Defendants, is pending publication. Click here for more information about animal advocacy and ways to get involved ..read more
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Let's Talk Video Games!
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11M ago
Join On Remand's Online Editor, Blythe Bull, for a scholarship speedrun on intellectual property & leveling up video game law.  Blythe's Note, From Arcane to Arkham: Assessing Video Game IP Through Comic Book Characters and Case Law Comparisons, is pending publication. Click here to listen to the video game music featured in this episode ..read more
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Tryants on Twitter: Symposium Summaries
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by Online Editor
11M ago
Join our Editor-in-Chief, Julia McClure, to discuss our Fall '22 Symposium topic: Social Media, Privacy, & the future of Information Warfare. This Symposium featured David Sloss to discuss his recent publication, Tyrants on Twitter: Protecting Democracies from Information Warfare. Click here to learn more ..read more
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Welcome to On Remand
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11M ago
Introducing the New England Law Review, Volume 57: Our tenth season in production. ON REMAND has delivered student-curated interviews on upcoming scholarship since its release in 2013 ..read more
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Reforming the NYPD and its Enablers Who Thwart Reform
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by Online Editor
11M ago
Attorney Joel Berger is the latest guest on the New England Law Review Podcast where he discusses his latest article, published on The Forum ..read more
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Prof. Potpourri: The First Step Act
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11M ago
"We are leaving far too much on the table when the stakes are measured in lives and freedom. This is not a time for brutal timidity, and it never was." Join New England Law Boston's Professor Osler for a discussion on Criminal Law, The First Step Act, and the path towards progress ..read more
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Discussing Democracy in the Middle East
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11M ago
This podcast discusses Professor Mohamed Arafa's forthcoming article, Dreams without Illusions: The Bureaucratic Cholesterol, Administrative Corruption and the Future of a Real Democratic Middle East. Professor Mohamed Arafa is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Law at Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt; Adjunct Professor of Law at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law at Indianapolis; Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Brasília School of Law (Brazil); and recently a Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Professor of Law at Cornell University School of Law via the C ..read more
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