SOL Magazine Spring 2023

Arguments about pay-for-play serving as the final straw to destroy college athletics should fall on deaf ears as we already know how consumers will react to pay-for-play based on how they reacted to Name, Image and Likeness—not only will fans accept pay-for-play, but they will also gladly spend their own money to procure the best players for their beloved teams.” Professor David Grenardo in his forthcoming paper “Preparing for the Inevitable—Compensating College Athletes for Playing—By Comparing Two Pay-For-Play Methods: The Duke Model Versus the Free Market Model”

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Even though the blueprint lacks any teeth from an enforcement standpoint and is not mandatory, it’s a good step to signal to all organizations that our government cares about these systems and what they are capable of doing to impede our civil rights. Colleen Dorsey, director of the law school’s Organizational Ethics and Compliance program, in an essay about the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy’s “Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights.”

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Like Trump, Biden has used the tool of clemency for symbolism rather than substance, while ignoring clemency’s official process. More than 17,000 petitions have piled up — an historic backlog — and many petitioners have been waiting for answers for five years or more. Professor Mark Osler in an op-ed he co-authored with NYU School of Law Professor Rachel Barkow for the New York Daily News

As a pastor and a teacher, and now in law school, where I focus on immigration law, I recognize that the spiritual depth of any community can be measured by how it treats people in these in-between spaces. It’s exactly the test Americans now face in the aftermath of the war in Afghanistan. 3L Jeffrey Heidkamp in an op-ed about the Afghan Adjustment Act

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