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This spring, the Lowenstein Clinic and partners succeeded in closing the state’s “supermax” prison—a longtime goal of local activists. Students from the clinic worked for more than a decade to expose conditions at the prison and push for its closure. https://t.co/gQiWV6MHhf
In May, the @YLS_ROLC saw the state end prison gerrymandering—counting prisoners in the towns where they were incarcerated for voting districts, rather than in their home communities. The clinic represented @acluct and the NAACP of CT. https://t.co/hCPJF30ObJ
Yale Law School clinics had a major impact across the state this spring. Recently, the Connecticut Parentage Act clinic’s work led to the passage of the law of the same name. It’s the most significant update of CT’s parentage laws in decades. https://t.co/gu0LBAOtHG
Join @DanielEllsberg, @MFIADave & a panel of First Amendment experts discussing gov. treatment of whistleblowers & the future of the Espionage Act. Hosted by @press_fund & @theintercept in partnership w/ @MFIAclinic Register: https://t.co/fNeOj5KVaS cc @craignewmark @yaleisp
A letter from 64 Yale faculty urges @GovNedLamont to sign S.B. 1059, a state bill that would limit solitary confinement. "We trust that the Governor will seize this opportunity to make real change," said @hopemetcalf, Schell Center Executive Director. https://t.co/IlKQIZ27Ma
#ICYMI: @YaleLawSch's Access to Law School Program is accepting applications through July 8th for the 2021-2022 Fellowship. The free law school pipeline program is for New Haven residents or people with close connections to the city. Apply here: https://t.co/Nay9UlafK0
Significant investments are needed to repair the underfunded public health infrastructure in the United States, which has been further eroded by the ongoing #COVID19 pandemic, a group of @YaleLawSch and @YaleSPH experts recommend in a new report. https://t.co/5TAuOAXEY0
CLINIC SPOTLIGHT: The Housing Clinic has pressed for regulations that would open the door to affordable housing in one CT town. The effort led to officials allowing multi-unit housing in one area. This example has been watched throughout the state. https://t.co/MrW3McOQrT
There were 1,949 U.S. uprisings against police brutality between 1968 and 1972. @elizabhinton spoke with @theintercept about how her book, America on Fire, illustrates these stories of Black rebellion and how history reflects today's calls for justice: https://t.co/EUOqxEBkL2
Digital platforms have become “economic toll bridges” for commerce. Treating them as essential facilities & requiring interoperability would strengthen competition online. 🔊 My piece on Essential Platforms, now published by @StanfordTechLR. #antitrust https://t.co/8Zak04cs0Z https://t.co/Ehhinoctxx
Join us at NOON today for our @abramsinstitute conversation, "50 Years After the #PentagonPapers Case: Its Impact & Its Future." Featuring @heidikitrosser, @arusbridger, David Rudenstine, & Floyd Abrams! cc @MFIAclinic @craignewmark @YaleLawSch @yaleisp https://t.co/IDx6SG5ofP