...at Proskauer Rose and author of a brief on behalf of Amherst College and other private colleges supporting the University of Texas affirmative action...
National Law Journal
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...in favor of defendant-appellee Brian C. Daly, a police officer in Amherst, Massachusetts, on claims alleging violations of Klaucke's Fourth Amendment rights brought...
...advocating for migrant farm workers since he was an undergraduate at Amherst College. The 28-year-old has been a medical translator, a pesticide...
Profile of Sherri Goodman, general counsel and corporate secretary of CNA Corp
Papers released Monday by the Hoover Institution focus on aspects of William Rehnquist's early years on the U.S. Supreme Court, including a domestic surveillance case; an inkling of Rehnquist's perce
Profile of Laurence De Respino, general counsel and chief legal officer of U-Haul International Inc
...Ultimate Frisbee was a big deal. Living in the quintessential college town of Amherst, Mass., the culture of playing Ultimate Frisbee was so prevalent...
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