Spotlight: Jared Prado

For five semesters, Jared Prado was a full-time cop, part-time law student.

Activities and Scholarship

Mitra Sharafi was guest commentator at the 2015 Race, Law & History Pro-Seminar, hosted by Rebecca Scott and Martha Jones at the University of Michigan Law School in April. The workshop is held annually for fellows in the school's Race, Law & History Program.

In April, Thomas Mitchell testified before the South Carolina House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Special Laws in support of the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. The subcommittee voted unanimously in support of the act. Final approval is pending.

David Schwartz presented "Misreading McCulloch v. Maryland" at NYU Law School in April. His talk was part of the school's Colloquium on Legal & Constitutional History.

Shubha Ghosh's article, "Kimble v. Marvel: Exorcising the Spirit of Justice Douglas," was posted on the PatentlyO blog in April. The article examines oral arguments before a U.S. Supreme Court case involving patent licensing, misuse, preemption, and Spider-Man.