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Honor and Sacrifice On Veteran’s Day

November, 2016  |  by Dan Harayda

Honor and Sacrifice On Veteran’s Day By Dean Michael L. Coyne and Assistant Dean Diane M. Sullivan Massachusetts School of Law Out on the campaign trail, the presidential candidates spoke often of the ...

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4th of July, the Price of Liberty and the Need For Real Gun Legislation by Michael Coyne and Diane Sullivan Terrorism again has violently rocked our country with the deaths of scores of people in Orlando, ...

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Michael L. Coyne Dean and Professor at Law at the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover Clearly, Tom Brady had as bad a day at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals as Tom Brady can have. It looks bad—needing ...

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Questioning the NFL’s Motivation in Deflategate

March, 2016  |  by Michael Coyne

Michael L. Coyne, Dean and Professor of Law at Massachusetts School of Law at Andover During Tom Brady’s Court of Appeals hearing Judge Chin asked two key questions. Chin’s comment/question that the evid ...

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DO YOU TRUST THE GOVERNMENT?

March, 2016  |  by Michael Coyne

Michael L. Coyne, Dean & Professor of Law, Massachusetts School of Law The government, in coast to coast cases, is attempting to  use the All Writs Act—an obscure catch-all statute that dates back to ...

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Mitch McConnell’s Obstructionist Legacy

March, 2016  |  by Kurt Olson

By: Kurt Olson, Professor of Law, Massachusetts School of Law [caption id="attachment_8719" align="alignleft" width="300"] Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) gives a thumbs up after speaking to th ...

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A Hero Among Us

February, 2016  |  by Diane Sullivan

A Hero Among Us By Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean My heroes include people I greatly admire.  I think most of us admire Mother Theresa.  She advocates that we love and help as many people as we can, ...

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Bernie’s Our Best Shot!

February, 2016  |  by Kurt Olson

By: Kurt Olson, Professor of Law, Massachusetts School of Law The last time I played golf near my hometown, a short, stocky man approached me, eyeing me quizzically. I didn’t recognize him until he said, ...

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By Diane M. Sullivan, Assistant Dean and Holly Vietzke, Prof. So, here we go again.  Georgia’s Supreme Court will decide whether a family dog, Lola, is a worthless piece of property despite the fact that ...

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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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