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WMU-Cooley Law School Celebrates Constitution Day 2016

Each year, in September, WMU-Cooley Law School joins the nationwide focus on the U.S. Constitution, commemorating the formation and signing of the historic document by focusing on a number of timely political and electoral issues. The official annual Constitution Day celebration … Continue reading

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Can the Political Parties Constitutionally Behave So Undemocratically? Why Yes, Yes They Can.

Blog author, Constitutional Law expert and WMU-Cooley Professor Brendan Beery simplifies the complicated process for electing presidential nominees by the two major parties. Professor Beery, a summa cum laude graduate of the law school, teaches Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Criminal Procedure at WMU-Cooley … Continue reading

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Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee: Checkmate

Blog author, Constitutional Law expert and WMU-Cooley Professor Brendan Beery explores the ongoing political battle over the United States Supreme Court nomination process. Professor Beery, a summa cum laude graduate of the law school, teaches Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, and Criminal Procedure at WMU-Cooley Law … Continue reading

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The Significance of Justice Scalia’s Absence from the Court Cannot Be Overstated

Blog author, Constitutional Law expert and WMU-Cooley Professor Brendan Beery explains the impact and significance of Justice Scalia’s death, and his absence from the United States Supreme Court, both jurisprudentially and politically. Professor Beery, a summa cum laude graduate of the law school, teaches Constitutional … Continue reading

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Constitutional Law Professors Weigh in on Kim Davis Lawsuit

After spending six days in jail for her refusal to authorize marriage licenses to same-sex couples, Davis was released by U.S. District Judge David Bunning with the stipulation that she could not “interfere in any way, directly or indirectly, with … Continue reading

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WMU-Cooley Constitution Day Speakers Impress Upon Law Students That the Constitution is the Law

We learn about the U.S. Constitution back in grade school, with teachers covering such historical subjects as the founders, the Bill of Rights, and fun facts about the times. As we go through life though, we often lose sight of the cornerstone document … Continue reading

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