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Verchick’s paper highlights vulnerabilities of America’s electrical grid to climate change, including flooding, storm damage,  and decreased transmission efficiency in higher temperatures.

Blevins criticizes what he considers government overreach in the form of excessive occupational licensing requirements for jobs ranging from barbers to personal trainers.

His lead article titled “State of Emergency: an Emergency Constitution Revisited” analyzes of the constitutionality of emergency statutes of U.S. state governments as they relate to civil liberties

The award honors attorneys who have provided 100 or more hours of pro bono service in a year.

Bickford represents management in labor and employment litigation as Of Counsel at the firm's New Orleans office.

A group of College of Law students recently traveled to Karnes Detention Center in San Antonio, Texas, to assist immigrant families asking a federal court for asylum in the United States.

Webb’s article titled “Issue Preclusion Prohibits a “Second Bite of the Apple” But Offers Opponent a Third Bite Instead” was chosen as this year’s student winner for the award which recognizes writing excellence on the subject of trademarks and related matters.

The Chehardys were named the 2016 Political Family of Officeholders: Lawrence A. Chehardy,  his son, Loyola alumnus Lawrence E. Chehardy, and his sister, Judge Susan Marie Chehardy

Involuntary Heroes: Hurricane Katrina's Impact On Civil Liberties is one of three finalists for the award’s book category.  The book details many of the injustices thousands suffered in the storm’s aftermath.

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