What is Big Brother watching? New article analyzes forensics
New legal review papers from Fox School of Business Professor Samuel Hodge, Jr., details the many ethical and legal implications of forensics in the 21st century PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3, 2021 — Last month, in the immediate wake of the storming of the United States Capitol, only a handful of arrests were made. Yet, in the […]
High time for legalization?
In 1973, Oregon became the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize the use of marijuana. Nearly fifty years later, eleven other states—including Colorado, Alaska, California, Nevada, Massachusetts and Vermont—have all fully legalized recreational marijuana. So, what is holding back the rest of the country from joining in the green rush? Kevin Fandl, associate professor […]
‘I see our justice system upended by COVID-19 for quite some time’
New legal review paper from Samuel Hodge details the ways COVID-19 could disrupt both the medical and legal fields for the foreseeable future PHILADELPHIA, May 22, 2020 — Can you imagine being called for jury duty soon? And, if you were called, would you even feel comfortable or safe going to sit? According to Samuel […]