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Death penalty decision difficult in Jewish center shootings

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Law Event to Weigh Religious Freedom, Discrimination

Seminar promises civil and respectful discussion of complex issue

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UMKC, Kauffman Foundation will host social entrepreneurship symposium

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The Bitter Battle Over Guns Continues

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‘It’s All About the UMKC Students’

Scholarship donations double from last year

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Prisoner and court experts are perplexed by burglary sentence of 80 years

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Why Every Law School Should Teach Entrepreneurship

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UMKC Honors Outstanding Alumni

Seventeen alumni and one family will be honored at Awards Luncheon on April 23

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Alumni Award

Public Service, Family Impact

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UMKC professor says bullying in the classroom is as bad as ever

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