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Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Kevin J. Greene Wins IP Vanguard Award
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Kevin J. Greene was recognized by the Intellectual Property (IP) Law Section of the State Bar of...
By | December 2, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Center for Criminal Law and Policy Director Alex Kreit's Published Op-Ed in the San Diego Union Tribune
A decade ago, many people saw marijuana legalization as a fringe issue, not a serious policy question. This year, voters in four states...
By | November 28, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives and Professor of Law Aaron Schwabach on KPBS Midday Edition
It does look stormy early in the week or from knee-jerk reaction to a possible ballot measure. It just two weeks supposed to California to...
By | November 23, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Brenda Simon Awarded Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship
Thomas Jefferson School of Law is proud to announce that Professor Brenda Simon has been awarded a Thomas Edison Innovation Fellowship by...
By | October 11, 2016
New Book Examines Working Women's Lifetime Disadvantage
Thomas Jefferson School of Law is proud to announce a forthcoming book co-authored by Associate Dean for Faculty Research/Scholarship and...
By | September 20, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Celebrates its 10th Anniversary of the China Study Abroad Program
Over the summer, 26 students from Thomas Jefferson School of Law participated in the China Study Abroad Program in the South East part of...
By | September 7, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Center for Criminal Law and Policy Director and Law Professor Alex Kreit interviewed in Bloomberg Law
Eugene Volokh, a professor at UCLA Law School, and Alex Kreit, a professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, discuss an appeals court...
By | September 2, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Center for Criminal Law and Policy Director Alex Kreit interviewed on Ban on Gun Sales to Marijuana Card
A federal ban on the sale of guns to medical marijuana card holders does not violate the Second Amendment, a federal appeals court said...
By | September 1, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Julie Greenberg interviewed by KTLA News on Intersex Athletes and the Olympics
To watch interview, click here.
By | August 23, 2016
Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Emerita Marjorie Cohn's latest article in Huffington Post on Targeted Killing
In January 2013, President Barack Obama promised to make the rules for the United States' targeted killing program "more transparent to the...
By | August 18, 2016