Findings suggest large urban-rural casualty gap contributed to Donald Trump’s Presidential victory in November 2016.
Ní Aoláin is considered one of the world’s leading scholars in international and human rights law.
Jurors could soon appropriately integrate brain-based memory reading evidence in evaluation of criminal defendants.
Tiffany Hamidjaja conducts research into the trauma of parental arrest on children.
Susan D. Jones and Heidi Kitrosser plan to use Fellowships to publish new books in science, law
Findings by Institute on Metropolitan Opportunity is the first installment of six-part initiative on charter education.
New study: In today’s wars, Americans who die or are wounded disproportionately come from poorer parts of the country.
Professor Richard Painter is part of a team representing members of Congress who filed complaint to abolish super PACs.
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents has named Christopher Uggen as a Regents Professor of Sociology and Law.
The NIH has awarded UMN researchers with grant to lay policy groundwork for clinical application of genomic medicine.
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