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Featured Scholar – Professor Kit Johnson

Today’s featured scholar is Professor Kit Johnson from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in Norman, OK. Prof. Johnson’s paper, entitled A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Federal Prosecution of Immigration Crimes, will be featured in volume 92:4 of the Denver University Law Review. The article examines the benefits of the federal prosecution of immigration…

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Featured Scholar – Professor Kellen Zale

Today’s featured scholar is Professor Kellen Zale from the University of Houston Law Center in Houston, Texas. Prof. Zale’s paper, entitled Sharing Property, will be featured in the University of Colorado Law Review in 2016. The article brings clarity and coherence to the discourse on the sharing economy by unpacking the underlying activities taking place…

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Featured CSLSA Scholar – Professor DeLeith Gossett

Today’s featured scholar is Professor DeLeith Gossett from Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock, Texas. Prof. Gossett’s paper, entitled Take off the [Color] Blinders: How Ignoring the Hague Convention’s Subsidiarity Principle Furthers Structural Racism Against Black American Children, is featured in volume 55 of the Santa Clara Law Review. The article explores how…

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Featured CSLSA Scholar – Professor John Anderson

This week’s featured scholar is Professor John Anderson from Mississippi College of Law in Jackson, Mississippi. Prof. Anderson’s paper, entitled Solving the Paradox of Insider Trading Compliance, will be featured in volume 88 of the Temple Law Review. The article evaluates insider trading compliance and suggests that the current enforcement regime be liberalized to permit…

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Featured CSLSA Scholar – Professor Chris Odinet

In anticipation of the 2015 Conference, the CSLSA will be highlighting the scholarship that some of the participants presented at the 2014 Conference. Today’s featured scholar is Professor Chris Odinet from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Prof. Odinet’s paper, entitled Banks, Break-Ins, and Bad Actors in Mortgage Foreclosure, is featured in volume…

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