In The News

March 20
A state of emergency allows a state to activate its emergency or disaster plan
March 13
He was interviewed by the Oregonian about remote classes and keeping compassion 
March 10
Faculty members have been quoted on the health, economic and risk factors from the outbreak
March 9
Editor’s note: In the coming weeks and months, an outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States could leave workers scrambling to figure out what happens to their job – and their pay – if the new coronavirus prevents them from reporting to work. The answer will depend on your employer’s policy, the laws of your state and the reason you will be away. Elizabeth Tippett, who has spent over a dozen years as a workplace lawyer and scholar, offers a primer.
March 9
David Frank writes that Biden’s speaking abilities will help determine the course of his campaign
March 5
Across the political spectrum, the most trusted were the CDC and doctors
March 3
It decreases the number of microbes on your hands and helps prevent the spread of disease
February 26
A study found tips were 75 percent higher when requested only after being served
January 29
Overdoing it by avoiding women can do real harm to their careers, a law professor writes
January 23
Law professor Mary Wood writes that the case could go to the U.S. Supreme Court