Maine Tort Law: 2018 Edition

By Professor Donald Zillman I’m delighted to report that Lexis-Nexis has published the 2018 major revision of Maine Tort Law by Jack Simmons, Donald Zillman, and Robert Furbish. This is the first revision of our treatise since 2004 and incorporates … continue reading

Crafting Precedent

By Associate Professor Richard Chen This month, the Harvard Law Review published a book review titled “Crafting Precedent,” which I coauthored with Judge Paul Watford, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and Marco Basile. We reviewed a recently … continue reading

Community Development and Economic Justice

By Professor Peter Pitegoff On the coast of Maine in 1978, an emerging community development organization helped secure financing to successfully rebuild a fish processing plant that had been destroyed by fire. Coastal Enterprises, Inc. (CEI), founded a year earlier … continue reading

Cold War Redux or Hot War De Novo?

By Professor Charles H. Norchi Pyongyang claims to test a hydrogen bomb, Defense Secretary James Mattis warns of “massive military response,” the United Nations Security Council meets in emergency session, and the United States enhances all three legs of its … continue reading

Maine Women’s Equality Day

By Dean Danielle Conway The following are Dean Conway’s remarks from the Maine Women’s Equality Day March on August 26, 2017. I thank you for this opportunity to speak on this day as we commemorate the ratification of the 19th … continue reading

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