Hong Kong Leader, Carrie Lam, Gets Jeered, Tainting Annual Address
Victoria Hui, an associate professor who studies Hong Kong politics at the University of Notre Dame, said that it would be difficult for Mrs. Lam to deal with the unrest by vowing to tackle inequality.
High Court Must Define Meaning of Silence in Debt Collection Case
The court could also determine whether the discovery rule and the doctrine of equitable tolling—which allows for the suspension of statutes of limitations in instances where plaintiffs have done their due diligence to discover violations—serve two different, limited purposes, according to Samuel Bray, a professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School.
To Encourage Climate Action, Talk Up the Benefits of Adaptation
The unwillingness of climate change believers to take basic protective steps—described in a new University of Notre Dame study—suggests that policymakers trying to encourage climate action are better off talking about the benefits of mitigation than about the dangers of a warming planet.