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On Duty

By Sharon J. Arkin, Niels Frenzen Brian Cardile | Jan. 12, 2018


Civil Litigation, Immigration, 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Jan. 12, 2018

On Duty

A violent chemistry lab stabbing prompts California's high court to reconsider whether state universities owe their students a duty of care; a split 2DCA said no, but Sharon Arkin (Arkin Law Firm) argues a limited duty is proper. Plus, Niels Frenzen (USC Law) unpacks the likely 9th Circuit-bound block of the Trump administration's DACA rescission


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