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Why Did There Need to Be a Civil Rights Act of 1964 and What Did It Accomplish?
Randall Kennedy, the Michael R. Klein Professor at Harvard Law School, will deliver a five-part lecture series on the modern history of the civil rights move...
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"An Overview of the New York State and City Human Rights Laws," Matthew T. Miklave
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Connecticut Judges rubberstamp rules and nominations without discussion 2012
June 15 2012 Connecticut Judges rubberstamp rules and nominations without discussion, care, or acumen to the issues which underlay them. Some citizens are ca...
European law (master)
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Michel Moore - Collaboration Between Researchers and Law Enforcement - NIJ
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Due Process of Law
http://www.lawinfo.com Due Process has two different meanings, procedural or substantive. Procedural has to do with the government seizing property. Substant...
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