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Working within the system to disrupt Brazilian politics

Simon Romero – The New York Times, 6/26/2015

Some Brazilian politicians duck questions about the scope of their aspirations, insisting they have absolutely no plans, say, of running for mayor of São Paulo, seeking a cabinet post or wielding power from some other coveted perch in Brazil’s huge bureaucracy. 75 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

FracFocus Out of Focus? Harvard Law Says YES!

Harvard Law’s Environmental Law Program issued FracFocus a big F as a compliance tool, according to the April 23, 2013 study.

The study’s title says it all: 727 more words

the beauty + blindness that come with privilege

Years ago, a friend of mine, a lawyer working on a stop-and-frisk case, talked to me about privilege. He could be someone who walks the city streets carrying drugs, yet he’d never be stopped, never be given more than a passing glance, because he’s an attractive white male who doesn’t look the part. 1,225 more words

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North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Sam J. Ervin IV participates in Charlotte School of Law’s “Law Week 2015”

Charlotte School of Law’s (Charlotte Law) Student Bar Association (SBA) 2015 Law Week was held from April 6-10, 2015. This year’s Law Week theme was: Practice Readiness. 698 more words

Charlotte School Of Law

Q & A: TMC senior Nicoleas Mayne -- By Katie Barton

Nicoleas Mayne, a political studies senior at The Master’s College, slips on a suit jacket and looks in the mirror before taking a seat on the bed in his dorm room. 1,112 more words

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