Is it legal? How could it work? Legal experts say Trump would need to use 'most reviled' decision in Supreme Court history

"It is widely regarded as one of the most shameful episodes in America's history.

But the internment of Japanese citizens during WWII would be Donald Trump's best hope of passing his ban on Muslims entering the US.

Constitutional experts said that internment was the closest precedent that Trump could turn to were he to try and implement his policy - even though it would be 'constitutionally dead on arrival'.

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Nursing homes' use of binding arbitration comes under fire

"Though some patients, their families, attorneys and patient advocacy groups have been battling binding arbitration agreements in nursing homes for years, the vast majority of nursing homes now use them, said Greg Crist, a spokesman for the American Health Care Association, an industry group. Industry groups and their lawyers argue the agreements are a useful tool for saving patients and facilities time and money—cash that is better spent on patient care.

KU Today: Biology and law collide in award winner’s work

"Kansas University Earl B. Shurtz Research Professor Andrew Torrance has degrees in biology, genetics and law. He has taught at Harvard and MIT, and even advised President Barack Obama during his candidacy. He is truly a modern-day renaissance man.

'I really like dealing with cutting-edge science and the legal issues it raises,' Torrance said.

This spring, Torrance was recognized by Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little for his talents, as one of four professors to receive the University Scholarly Achievement Award last year.

Free Trade Deals Could Marginalize WTO as Negotiating Forum

"Free trade agreements like the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) could further undermine the World Trade Organization’s function as a negotiating forum, former delegate to the UN Convention on International Trade Law Raj Bhala told Sputnik.

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The World Trade Organization, Bhala asserted, will remain a key mechanism for trade policy review and dispute settlement, but its third primary function as a negotiating forum for broad deals that include all countries is at risk.

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