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News@Law, 11/19/2015

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Elizabeth Bartholet of Harvard on DCF policy change
Elizabeth Bartholet, Faculty Director of the Child Advocacy Program at Harvard University, discusses Governor Baker's decision to drop the two case system in DCF.
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Bloomberg View
EU Without Open Borders Isn’t the EU
An op-ed by Noah Feldman: President Francois Hollande has closed France's borders for three months after Friday's terrorist attacks on Paris. But this is only the latest shutdown to threaten Europe's coherence and unity. European Council President Donald Tusk warned last week of a “race against time” to save the 1985 Schengen Agreement, which created open borders among almost all members of the European Union as well as a few other countries. That's putting it mildly. Germany, the EU’s 800-pound gorilla, closed its border with Austria in September. Even Sweden, the most welcoming European country when it comes to refugees, has implemented border checks.
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The Harvard Crimson
Greenhouse Talks ‘He Said, She Said’ Journalism
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and former Crimson editor Linda J. Greenhouse ’68 gave the second of three lectures in her series “Just a Journalist: Reflections on Journalism, Life, and the Spaces Between” on Wednesday. In her lecture, titled “Stories,” Greenhouse argued that the media’s overemphasis on objectivity diminishes its ability to present issues accurately. Greenhouse said there are several disturbing trends in the way stories are currently reported. For example, she described the way that journalists distance themselves from their work through tactics such as putting something they believe to be true in the words of someone else....The lecture series is sponsored by Harvard’s Graduate Program in American Studies. In his introduction to the talk, Harvard Law School professor Kenneth W. Mack praised Greenhouse’s deft reporting on the Supreme Court, coverage for which she is well known. “She’s someone that’s not shy about both informing us and making us think when she writes,” Mack said.
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OC Weekly
National Call For U.S. Attorney General Probe Of Orange County’s Snitch Scandal
Citing "grave concern" for the pending "crisis," more than three dozen prominent legal community members today asked Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch to launch a formal investigation into "compelling evidence of pervasive police and prosecutorial misconduct" in Orange County. ... Others joining in the sentiment of the communication include Harvard legal theorist Charles Ogletree, criminal justice professor Angela Davis, former Los Angeles District Attorney Gil Garcetti, former Chief Assistant United States Attorney Richard Drooyan and Alex Whiting, a Harvard professor and former prosecutor of international crimes at the Hague as well as the American Civil Liberties Union and the Constitution Project.
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Huffington Post
Harvard Law Professors and Scholars: State Governors Have No Legal Authority to Block Refugees
In the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, more than half the nation's states are vowing to bar Syrian refugees. But do they have the legal authority to do so? Harvard Law professors say the answer is clear: No.
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Freeport Journal-Standard
Our View: Grandstanding governors can’t change U.S. refugee policy
As we write this, about half of the nation's governors, nearly all Republicans, have "banned" Syrian refugees from moving into their states, in the wake of Friday's surprise attacks on civilian targets in Paris, carried out, France says, by Islamic State terrorists. Most of them were homegrown European jihadists; one is believed to be from Syria. ...And once the U.S. government has vetted an applicant for refugee status and granted him or her such status, he or she is free to move around the country. Governors or no governors. The granting of refugee status "is an exclusively federal issue,” said Laurence H. Tribe, a professor of constitutional law at Harvard University, in the New York Times. “Under our Constitution, we sink or swim together.”
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