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Angelo Herndon: Race, Communism, Free Speech, and Atlanta

October 12, 2010 by

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The College of Law’s Henry J. Miller Distinguished Lecture Series continues on October 21st, when Harvard’s Mark Tushnet will talk about a case that originated in Atlanta in a lecture entitled “The Hughes Court’s Treatment of Radical Dissent: The Angelo Herndon Case.” Angelo Herndon, an African-American, member of the Communist Party, and labor organizer, was […]

Baseball & The Law

October 7, 2010 by

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It’s playoff time here in Atlanta, something people have not been able to say since 2005.  For that reason, I encourage anyone who has the chance to go out and support your local team this postseason.  Many law students can use the playoffs as relaxation in the midst of upcoming midterms and papers. One might […]

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