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Professor Sarah Schindler

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 of their private property open and accessible to the public, typically in exchange for…

Professor Jeff Thaler

How ACOEL and the White House Make (Some) History

By Visiting Professor Jeffrey Thaler

Back in the early days of the American College of Environmental Lawyers, then-incoming President Brad Martin had asked interested Members to work with Lexis Nexis in developing some treatises on a range of topics. Indeed, years later you can visit this link to see how you too can join the very few who purchase some of these treatises, see a photo of Brad, and the list of ACOEL authors…

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Maine Law in the News

Bill GreenThe American Bar Association and the University of Maine School of Law host Gun Violence in Maine: How Best to Respond

In response to the public conversation around the November election and Question 3, the ballot referendum on universal background checks for gun purchases, Maine Law and the ABA Standing Committee on Gun Violence will host “Gun Violence in Maine: How Best to Respond” on September 29 from 1:00 – 4:30 pm in the University of Southern Maine’s Glickman Library, 7th Floor.

2016 Maine Law MagazineMagazine features Refugee & Human Rights Clinic

The latest issue of the annual Maine Law Magazine has been mailed to alumni and friends, and the issue is also available here. The magazine highlights the good work of current students, alumni, staff, and faculty.

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