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While some law professors recommend that students avoid commercial study aids, others sometimes will recommend certain ones.    
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Professor Adler is the Inaugural Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law and Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation. He teaches Administrative Law, Constitutional Law I, Constitutional Law II (First Amendment), Election Law Seminar, Energy Law, Environmental Law, Environmental Law Seminar, International Environmental Law, International Environmental Law Seminar, Legislation & Regulation, Property.     
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In its March 2018 newsletter, The Center for Community Solutions raised concerns about a proposed waiver that "largely waives employment and community engagement requirements in 26 overwhelmingly white Ohio counties because of their high unemployment rates [while failing] to exempt other communities with unemployment rates equally high or higher."

    
The full text of latest issue of The Case Western Reserve Law Review is available on the library’s repository. Volume 68 Issue 4 includes a symposium about Executive Order 9066, and notes about police hiring and the copyright act.    
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