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Professor Epps on Threats to the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court

Reminiscing about his childhood view of the Supreme Court on WBUR’s Radio Boston program Oct. 8, Professor Garrett Epps noted, “To me, a federal judge was the next best thing to being God.” In the wake of the heavily partisan … Continue reading

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The ‘Machinery of Death’ is Back on the Docket

“From this day forward,” Justice Harry Blackmun announced in 1994, “I no longer shall tinker with the machinery of death.” Blackmun had long been in favor mandatory death sentences. But after 25 years of support, he said, he felt “morally and intellectually … Continue reading

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‘Restoring the Promise of Democracy,’ Panel Discussion Featuring Former Rep. Donna Edwards, Oct. 4

Former U.S. Rep. Donna Edwards will join University of Baltimore School of Law Professors Gilda Daniels, Garrett Epps and Mike Meyerson, along with moderator Professor Kimberly Wehle, for a panel discussion, “Restoring the Promise of Democracy,” on Thursday, Oct. 4, at noon in the Angelos Law Center, Room 202. … Continue reading

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