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Monday, October 6, 2014

Professor Leslie Griffin Writes About Opening of Supreme Court Term

Dr. Leslie C. Griffin is a William S. Boyd Professor of Law at UNLV.

On Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, a blog co-written by Professor Griffin, she has recently written about the opening of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2014 term.

On Sept. 29, Professor Griffin authored a blog entry about the "Top Ten Supreme Court Cases Hamilton and Griffin on Rights are Following this Term."

In the Welcome: The Supreme Court's 2014 Terms Begins blog entry, Professor Griffin writes, "What could be more ridiculous than letting a prisoner tell prison officials how long his beard should be? How about letting a model tell her employers what clothes she should wear to promote their brand? Welcome to the Supreme Court’s 2014 Term, which starts today, October 6. The Court will deal with those two scenarios, and many more ... "

Professor Griffin, who teaches constitutional law, is known for her interdisciplinary work in law and religion.