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Sonja Sohn’s full testimony at ‘Defending Childhood’ hearing

"I remember watching in horror as my mother's head lay on the chopping block of our kitchen counter while my father held a large butcher's knife to her throat, as she cried and begged to be put out of her misery."

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Clean up your digital trail, already

Apparently, law school admissions folks are pretty nosy. A survey from  Kaplan Test Prep found that 41 percent of law school admissions officers use Google to dig up dirt on applicants. That’s compared to 27 percent of their business school ...

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Professor honored as panelist at White House discussion on justice gap

After arriving at the University of Maryland law school in 2002, Professor Michael Pinard joined his colleague Sherrilyn Ifill in establishing a law clinic devoted to helping recently released convicts re-enter society. Pinard, a former New York public defender, called ...

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