Beasley School of Law

Justices hear arguments on fate of voter-ID law
Type: In the Media
September 14, 2012
Why seizing Assange could break international law
Type: In the Media
August 16, 2012
Samoans' Lawsuit Seeks Automatic U.S. Citizenship
Type: In the Media
July 17, 2012
Minnesota lags in access to opiate OD antidote
Type: In the Media
July 9, 2012
Defendants urged to admit guilt early
Type: In the Media
July 3, 2012
Temple Law's Spiro on Arizona v. United States
Type: In the Media
June 26, 2012
Sandusky has to testify, says Temple Law's Ohlbaum
Type: In the Media
June 17, 2012
Trying to read tea leaves in trial
Type: In the Media
June 11, 2012
Case will hinge on accusers, say legal experts
Type: In the Media
June 11, 2012
Op-ed: Romney’s bullying gets a pass
Type: In the Media
May 17, 2012
School suit could ripple across Pennsylvania
Type: In the Media
May 7, 2012
Court will rule states within their rights
Type: In the Media
May 1, 2012
Law grad plans to pursue her passion in public interest law
Type: News Story
Kara Forsythe Morse, J.D., Law. After graduation, Morse hopes to pursue public interest law in her hometown of Seattle, Washington.
May 3, 2012
Ruling underscores difficulty in tying cancer to cause
Type: In the Media
April 21, 2012

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