Café Creep

By Professor Sarah Schindler I have been thinking a lot lately about public space and private space. The project I’m currently working on examines privately owned property that functions as public space. This occurs when building owners make a portion … continue reading

The South China Sea Arbitration

By Professor Charles H. Norchi In July, a tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration sitting in The Hague unleashed a judicial tsunami that could sweep away many Chinese claims to the South China Sea. This summer scholars, students and … continue reading

Brexit: Breaking up is hard to do

By Professor Charles Norchi Brexit, the prospect of a Euro divorce across the Atlantic, concerns Maine and our law school. The State of Maine is linked to Europe via two languages – English and French. According to the Maine International … continue reading

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