Faculty Research Blog
By Professor Jeff Maine
I’ve been spending a lot time these days studying the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) passed in December 2017. It represents one of the most significant overhauls of our tax code in more than three decades. Among the many changes made, the TCJA lowered tax rates for all of us and expanded tax breaks for investments in manufacturing equipment and machinery…
By Associate Dean Bam
Should all judges within a judicial system be selected the same way? It is not a question we generally give much thought. All of our federal judges, from a federal district court judge to a Supreme Court justice are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate…
Orlando Delogu, Emeritus Professor at the University of Maine School of Law, will present the annual Constitution Day Lecture at Maine Law on Monday, September 17, 2018. The title of his lecture is “The U.S. and Maine’s Constitution Both Indicate that Maine’s Beaches are Public Property.” The lecture will take place from 12:10 pm to 1:10 pm in the Moot Courtroom at the Law School.
John T. Gorman Foundation renews support for Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic’s juvenile justice reform project
The Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic at the University of Maine School of Law was recently awarded a grant of $197,000 from the John T. Gorman Foundation. The grant will fund an additional two years of support for the Clinic’s juvenile justice reform work through the Juvenile Justice Clinic (JJC) and the newly established Maine Center for Juvenile Policy and Law (MCJPAL).
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