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Frank Anechiarico ’71
Anechiarico ’71 on CAPI Corruption Panel

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, was a member of a panel during the Global Cities: Joining Forces Against Corruption Conference hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity (CAPI) at Columbia Law School.  More ...

Heather Mac Donald
Manhattan Institute Fellow Addresses the Question "Are Cops Racist?"

Hamilton College welcomed Manhattan Institute Fellow Heather Mac Donald on April 8 for a talk titled “Are Cops Racist?.” She discussed the effects of revamped policing policies on crime in America and the relationship between the black community and modern American law enforcement.  More ...

Mary Bonauto '83, H'05
Mary L. Bonauto ’83, H’05 WiIl Argue Against Same-Sex Marriage Bans Before U.S. Supreme Court

Pioneering civil rights attorney Mary L. Bonauto ’83 H’05 was selected from a cadre of attorneys to make an historic argument before the U.S. Supreme Court against same-sex marriage bans in Michigan and Kentucky. The court also will hear arguments on behalf of same-sex couples who want the states of Ohio and Tennessee to recognize their out-of-state marriages.  More ...

Law School Transparency Hot Topic at NAPLA

Law School Transparency Hot Topic at NAPLA

This year’s law-school scandals involving fudged admission and employment data made law school transparency a hot topic at the annual Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors conference.  Several sessions focused on admission and employment criteria standards or lack there of.

“Buyer beware!”  Timely advice to you, if law school is in your future.

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Stu Lombardi '09 Offers Advice on Applying to Law School

Stuart (SStuart Lombardi '09tu) Lombardi ’09 offers the following advice to his fellow Hamiltonians after enduring the arduous process of applying to and being accepted at a number of top-tier law schools.  Stu is currently in his third year at Columbia University Law School.  More ...