DOJ publishes proposed new SORNA regulations; aim is to “enhance the enforcement of registration”

As the DOJ explains, the proposed rule “will facilitate enforcement of SORNA’s registration requirements through prosecution of non-compliant sex offenders under 18 U.S.C. 2250. By providing a comprehensive articulation of SORNA’s registration requirements in regulations addressed to sex offenders, it will provide a more secure basis for prosecution of sex offenders who engage in knowing… Read More

#BLM post: The Story of an Eight-Month Struggle to Call Out Institutional Racism in the University of Oregon Student Conduct Processes

Dr. Debra Thompson is an Associate Professor of Political Science at McGill University. A leading scholar of the comparative politics of race, Thompson’s teaching and research interests focus on the relationships among race, the state, and inequality in democratic societies. Dr. Thompson previously taught at the University of Oregon. Here is a letter she recently… Read More