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Dangers of term limits for Supreme Court judges. Lessons from the Indian Supreme Court. https://thehill.com/opinion/judiciary/549263-lessons-from-india-on-the-issue-of-supreme-court-justice-term-limits
Professor Valerie Hans (@jurygirltweet), an expert on jury behavior, comments on the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin Trial via @NBCNews
Statement from President Martha E. Pollack regarding the Derek Chauvin trial verdict and virtual community gatherings.
My comments along with others about the Chauvin jury’s verdicts: strength in jury’s racial diversity & the importance of police testimony https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-20/jury-reaches-verdict-in-george-floyd-murder-case-chauvin-update
Due to the pause in use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the College Student Vaccination Day has been cancelled. Cornell looks forward to working with Cayuga Health System and @TompkinsHealth to reschedule as soon as possible. More details: https://covid.cornell.edu/updates/20210413-vaccination-day-cancelled.cfm. https://twitter.com/Cornell/status/1381634175221051395
Wonderful panel this morning by @CornellLaw! Learning about the global effort to recognize widows. Including the work that can be done in America.
The gorge is getting greener! 🌱🌞🌿
📸 credit: Professor Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer
TOMORROW at 1:15 p.m. (EST) join #CornellLawSchool professor Odette Lienau in a discussion on proposals for the reform of the international financial architecture. Register for the event now: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SennHkRUSBegkMXDKg0vTA
Today at 12:15 p.m. EST!
“The decision solidifies a long-standing trend in transformativeness that really focuses on what it’s supposed to: the downstream creativity opened up by the reuse of copyrighted materials,” says #CornellLawSchool professor @grimmelm via @BLaw. http://ow.ly/hoRn50Ek3ye