I have to prepare a bunch of speeches. I thought this would be my off week. Advanced Biofuels (due two weeks ago) 50 State Voter Mobilization Initiative at the Democratic Parity of Orange County, California (tomorrow) Roundtable on Exclusion in the American (ABA)(Tuesday) Environmental Law as Segregation (Howard University)(Friday) Youth And Female Empowerment as Muslim…

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We knew it was coming. But it still felt so sudden. The loss. The ache. The pain of the loss and the heartache. She was always so strong, but so delicate in that petite frame. The fragile and the tough all combined in one momentous individual. Losing Justice Ginsburg is like losing the law. It’s…

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“The heroic educator is not an isolated, charismatic, or superhuman individual who hands down miraculous answers from on high. Instead, this is a person like us, who might say: “Come with me. We can do this together.” She could be a colleague who, by virtue of being a little farther down the road, can look…

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You may have realized I-4 is a mess. Normally the hardest part of your day today would have been parking and making sure your friends and family knew where to park. You may have worried about making sure your tassel is hanging correctly. And whatever other worries you may have had would have been compressed…

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Handbook on Islamic Environmental Law Editors: Nadia Ahmad, Saba Kareemi, and Oluwakemi Ayanleye Islamic Environmental Law is simultaneously a classical legal framework and contemporary approach for environmental protection, human rights, and an earth-centered jurisprudence. This area of the law, while nascent in many respects, but developed in others, may be able to reconcile many global…

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The caseBOOK was shipped today, so to celebrate we are making May Day Skillet BrOOKie, inspired by Laura In the Kitchen. To workers around the world. This is really easy to make. Made from scratch with ingredients already in the house (minus the cocoa powder). UPDATE: This is officially the last thing we try to…

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Tomorrow is the last day of classes. What a semester it was. 2 days to turn in sign off on book review. Supreme Court is sitting on a case, and I’m not sure what to do about the flux of the law at this point on the point I am discussing. The title for the…

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Finalizing my article, Climate Cages: Connecting Migration, the Carceral State, Extinction Rebellion, and the Coronavirus through Cicero and 21 Savage, which was part of the Loyola Law Review’s 2020 Symposium. It was also the last conference I attended before COVID-10 went haywire. I have also included updates on the coronavirus. It was a true pleasure…

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