Category Archives: Public Law

CT Judicial Branch internship info meeting (Nov 29)

Interested in Interning in the Judicial Branch? Ms. Rosanne Purtill and Ms. Juana Brown will be visiting campus on Tuesday, November 29, 2011.  They will be providing information and even taking applications from those interested in an internship with the … Continue reading

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Passavant talk on “Uneven Developments, Path Resistance & the End(s) of History” (Nov 14)

Paul Passavant, Associate Professor of Political Science at Hobart and William Smith College, will be giving a talk Monday, November 14, from 12-1pm in Monteith 119. Professor Passavant will be presenting some new research on contemporary American policing of political demonstrations. … Continue reading

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Burke defends thesis on policy & crime

Michael Burke ’11, advised by Prof. Virginia Hettinger, defended his senior honors thesis. The thesis is entitled, “Violent Crime in New England.”

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Christiani defends thesis on sexual expression & the law

Leah Christiani ’11, advised by Prof. Kristin Kelly, defended her senior honors thesis. The thesis is entitled, “Analyzing Sexual Expression: Marriage, Prostitution, and the Law.”

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Valenti defends Thesis on Prosecutors

Jennifer Valenti ’11, advised by Prof. Kimberly Bergendahl, defended her senior honors thesis. Valenti’s thesis is entitled, “Prosecutorial Discretion: Do Selection Methods Matter?”

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Hettinger talks on courts (Apr 8)

Professor Virginia Hettinger will give a presentation entitled: “Without Merit? Exploring Reversals in the Courts of Appeals” April 8, 2011 3 pm Monteith 119 ***Whether it is the first brownbag you are attending or the twentieth, we hope you will … Continue reading

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