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News@Law, 09/29/2017

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The Boston Globe
A lesson from Germany on eradicating a legacy of hate
An op-ed by Martha Minow. What does it take to remove evil and stop hatred? This question has plagued humans throughout centuries, and although there is no simple answer, Germany changed from a pariah state to exemplar of constitutional democracy through the combination of post-World War II criminal trials, reforms of law and media, and investment by new generations who asked their parents persistently, “Where were you during the war?” A crucial element came with the criminal trials, initially through the international military tribunal and then subsequent state-based prosecutions.
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The Washington Post
DeVos rejects invitation to meet with former for-profit college students
When attorneys at Harvard Law School’s Project on Predatory Student Lending learned Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was speaking at the Ivy League university Thursday evening, they saw an opportunity to connect her with the for-profit college students they serve... The attorneys extended the secretary an invitation last week to meet these former students, but she declined. “The people who have been affected by the secretary’s policies deserve to have their voices heard,” said Toby Merrill, director of the Project on Predatory Student Lending. “I’m disappointed that she refused to meet with our clients, but not completely surprised given how frequently the department has sided with industry over students.”
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NPR
Harvard Scholar Highlights Unclear Causes Behind Rising Homicide Rates (audio)
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Thomas Abt, a senior research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard Law School, about the latest statistics showing a national increase in homicide.
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Campus Reform
Law profs: NFL kneelers can be canned, but shouldn’t be
Several Constitutional law professors have weighed in on the endless debates surrounding the propriety of protesting during the national anthem, most of whom called it a “complicated” issue...While most professors surveyed by Campus Reform agreed that both Collett and Brady made legitimate claims, only one—esteemed Harvard University Law School Professor Laurence Tribe—came down strongly on the side of Brady. “In recent days, I have been explaining on Twitter and elsewhere why I believe players have a strong First Amendment claim under the landmark Supreme Court precedent of West Virginia Bd of Education v Barnette (1943), which held that no government official—a category that certainly includes the president—may pressure people to salute the American flag or follow any government-specified way of expressing their views about the pledge of allegiance or the national anthem,” Tribe told Campus Reform, arguing that “football players cannot be required to leave their free speech rights in the locker room.
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