Published Date:July 18, 2013
"Thieves of Book Row: New York's Most Notorious Rare Book Ring and the Man Who Stopped It" is a Depression-era cat-and-mouse thriller about the pursuit of the worst rare-book ring in U.S. history, says author Travis McDade, curator of law rare books at the College of Law.
July 18, 2013
Published Date:June 13, 2013
To keep pace with the ever-increasing demand for renewable energy, forest management policy in the U.S. must evolve to address environmental sustainability issues, says Jody Endres, a professor of bioenergy, environmental and natural resources law at Illinois.
June 13, 2013
Published Date:June 11, 2013
Law professor Jay P. Kesan says the current non-negotiable approach to user privacy is in need of serious revision, especially with the increased popularity of web-based software that shares information via cloud computing.
June 11, 2013
Published Date:April 29, 2013
The Obama administrations controversial proposal to means-test Medicare recipients has one small problem the Medicare program is already means-tested, says law professor Richard L. Kaplan, a University of Illinois expert on retirement benefits.
April 29, 2013
Published Date:April 3, 2013
There is a highly-significant relationship between law students math skills and the substance of their legal analysis, according to research from Arden Rowell, a professor of law and the Richard W. and Marie L. Corman Scholar at Illinois.
April 3, 2013