Jennifer Rothman

Professor of Law, Loyola Law School

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Associate Professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California

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The Loyola Law professor discusses her new book about the history and evolution of the right of publicity.

Jennifer Rothman: The Right of Publicity

The Loyola Law professor discusses her new book about the history and evolution of the right of publicity.

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A sharply divided California State Supreme Court today  legalized same-sex marriage  in the biggest state in the Union.

Gay Marriage Legal in California

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