Author Archives: Nolan Kokkoris

Americans’ Constitutional Rights in Flux During COVID-19 Outbreak

Written by Morgan Mendenhall The world has seen drastic changes over the past few weeks. The global pandemic, Coronavirus, has taken the world by surprise and different countries have handled… Read more »

(N)o (B)asketball (A)nytime Soon: The Implications of Suspending NBA Games Due to the Coronavirus 

Written by Ki-Jana Crawford The Coronavirus has impacted how we live our daily lives. The evidence is everywhere. Restaurants and bars are only permitted to fulfill take-out and delivery orders,… Read more »

The Past, Present, and Future: The ADA and Thirty Years of Progress in Access, Inclusion, and Opportunity

Written by Franklin A. Carcamo 2020 is a monumental year in American history–it marks the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (hereinafter the “ADA”). This landmark civil rights statute… Read more »

No Way Huawei: Proposed Rule Change to Further Restrict Exports to China

Written by Bell Johnson A recent unsealed indictment is the latest step by the Trump Administration to counter Chinese influence at home and abroad. On February 12, 2020, the Department… Read more »

You’re Fired! Prosecutors Quit Over Roger Stone Sentencing Reversal

Written by Emily Kosciewicz It is rare for Justice Department leaders to reverse decisions of its own prosecutors on a sentencing recommendation. Normally, U.S. attorneys have wide latitude to recommend sentences… Read more »