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News@Law, 10/20/2016

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The Wall Street Journal
SEC Poised to Ease Restrictions in Corporate Elections
U.S. securities regulators are set to soon propose dramatic changes to how investors choose between board candidates offered by activist investors and those offered by a company. The Securities and Exchange Commission is expected as early as next week to propose rules that would make it easier for shareholders to vote on board candidates nominated […]
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The National (UAE)
UAE Portrait of a Nation: First Emirati woman to join Harvard law school
Fatima Al Qubaisi [LL.M. `17] has gone from being the first Emirati female student to graduate with a law degree from Paris-Sorbonne University in Abu Dhabi to the first Emirati woman to join Harvard law school in the US. It’s probably no surprise because she comes from a family of pioneers known for their achievements. "I belong to a family that likes to break records. My aunt, Amal Al Qubaisi, is one of my role models as she is the first female President of the Federal National Council," says Ms Al Qubaisi, 25.
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The Harvard Crimson
HLS Panel Explores the Future Frontiers of Space Governance
Representatives from NASA, Space Systems Loral, and SpaceX discussed the future of laws governing outer space during a panel at the Law School Wednesday. As technology advances and the possibility of humans populating other planets comes ever closer, panelists proposed potential methods of expanding current law practices to fit a new frontier that is not on Earth—a sort of “space law.” Stephen F. Meil, a Law School student and editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, the organization that organized the event, said there were few formal programs in "space law" in the country. For NASA Chief of Staff Michael J. French, it was precisely this unknown territory that drew him to the industry in the first place. “I foresaw an upcoming intersection of business, law, politics, and all those unique things in a new and undefined way,” French said.
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Bloomberg
Clinton’s Missed Opportunity on Guns
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. Compared with the rest of the third presidential debate Wednesday night, the opening conversation about the Constitution was practically Lincoln-Douglas-like as the candidates answered questions and didn't interrupt each other. But the discussion of the seminal gun control case D.C. v. Heller was borderline incomprehensible unless you've recently taken constitutional law. And in giving an answer intended to express moderation on gun rights, Hillary Clinton missed a chance to express support for the original meaning of the Constitution.
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Bloomberg
Utah Is the Political Conscience of the Nation
An op-ed by Noah Feldman. An extraordinary poll released Wednesday showed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump both losing in Utah to Evan McMullin, a conservative Mormon ex-CIA officer only on the ballot in 11 states. The best explanation for the rise of this independent candidate is that Mormons, who tend to have deeply conservative values, are genuinely repulsed by Donald Trump. And not just by the crude comments and allegations of sexual assault that recently came to light, but also by Trump’s anti-Muslim sentiment, which the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints implicitly condemned 10 months ago.
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