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A Life in the Law: An Interview With Drew Days

By   /  July 14, 2013  /  Featured 

Drew Days

Drew S. Days, III, has lived an extraordinary life in the law. Born in the segregated South, Days graduated from Yale Law School in 1966 and pursued a career as a civil rights lawyer. In 1977, he was appointed Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. After his stint in the administration of President Jimmy Carter, Days became a professor at Yale Law School. Then, in 1993, he was appointed Solicitor General of the United States, serving in that position until 1996.

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Persecution Through Prosecution

By   /  February 18, 2013  /  Featured, Other 

Ecole Militaire - Paris, France

In July 2011, Touro Law Center hosted a three-day conference on the Alfred Dreyfus affair and Leo Frank trial in Paris, France. The conference was held at a number of historical sites in Paris—including the École Militaire, France’s Royal Military Academy [...]

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A Demanding Boss

By   /  June 1, 2012  /  Featured, Tribute 

Man Writing in Book

Our meeting that day lasted nearly three hours before it concluded. It left a lasting impression upon me that remained constant during my service on PJI: that Judge Lazer was attentive to every aspect of the work and that he expected no more of me than he demanded of himself. I saw this over and over during my four years as a reporter, whether it was when we worked together on the eighth, then the ninth [...]

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