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By: Kurt Olson, Professor of Law, Massachusetts School of Law   Judging by the media, you might think the most important sports story of the past year involved deflated footballs.  What seems to hav ...

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Your Help Is Needed With This Tragic Dog Rescue

April 2015  |  by Diane Sullivan

Your Help Is Needed With This Tragic Dog Rescue by Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean As you may know, I am the owner of two rescue chow’s which I found through a wonderful organization, the Pet Adoption ...

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An Animal is not an iPhone

April 2015  |  by Diane M. Sullivan and Holly Vietzke

By: Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean, and Holly Vietzke, Professor of Law Those of us who teach animal law know that one pervasive theme resonates throughout our courses: American society conveniently class ...

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Written by Kurt Olson, Professor Here’s a quick quiz for that stage full of Republican presidential candidates led by the real estate magnate, reality T.V. star, and well-coiffed man about town. What do th ...

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Dream Big, Work Hard and Never Give Up

April 2015  |  by Diane Sullivan

Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean In my house you grew up loving sports.  The Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins were part of our extended family.  My “brothers” were hockey legends Orr and Espo.  ...

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HORSE RACING

April 2015  |  by Diane M. Sullivan and Holly Vietzke

By: Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean, and Holly Vietzke, Professor of Law As Professors we teach animal law and tell our students that the status of animals is marked by companionship and humaneness, and ...

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MOVING UP IN AMERICA

April 2015  |  by Diane Sullivan

by Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean Moving up in America – pursuing the American dream – is a topic near and dear to our hearts, and the mission of MSL.  We believe that intelligent people who work eno ...

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A Victory for the Elephants, How About the Rest?

April 2015  |  by Diane M. Sullivan and Holly Vietzke

By Diane M. Sullivan, Esq., and Holly Vietzke, Esq. The decision by Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus to cease using elephant in its shows beginning in 2018 is laudable, however long overdue i ...

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Two-Lane Three-Lane Highways

April 2015  |  by Andrej Thomas Starkis

What’s up on the highways? Imagine a typical interstate or other highway with three travel lanes in either direction and light-to-moderate traffic. Most of the vehicles will be in the center lane, with fewer ...

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A Muddle in the Law

April 2015  |  by Andrej Thomas Starkis

Recently a Superior Court judge in Massachusetts refused to dismiss claims against a local hospital in a medical malpractice case based on the alleged negligence of an anesthesiologist during a surgical procedu ...

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