UC Berkeley law professor advises White House on how to pass policies without Congress

John Yoo
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been advising President Donald Trump’s administration to use his proposed political theory as a justification for bypassing congressional approval when implementing policies.

UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been consulting the White House on a political theory that allows a sitting president to impose policies without congressional approval.
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Conservative scholar Steven Hayward to teach at UC Berkeley

Steven Hayward, the conservative columnist and Ronald Reagan Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University, begins a three-year term as a visiting scholar at the campus Institute for Governmental Studies, where he will teach classes and hold events in an attempt to expose UC Berkeley to conservative thought.
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Album reviews that describe UC Berkeley professors’ lectures

We all know that some professors view their lectures as pieces of art. Whether it be because of the colorful slides, the poetic language or the theatrical demonstrations, a good lecture can be a performance. But every professor is different, so we decided to pair several notable lecturers on campus with Daily Cal album
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UC Berkeley professors with top Wikipedia pages

Let’s all be honest: When Ninja Courses fails to help us decide among professors, we revert to the time-honored tradition of looking at the length of their Wikipedia pages. All it takes is one committed fanboy to catalog a professor’s life’s work — but really, what else could we turn to? The
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Open letter to UC community about John Yoo

The University of California is too ambivalent in its support for human rights (look at divestment issues). Having hired Yoo at the UC Berkeley School of Law, and indeed honoring him there, has caused other donors I know to take similar action as mine. For students overburdened by school debt, it is regretful that the university causes funds to go elsewhere, but as long as I am above ground and Yoo is here, my financial support does indeed go elsewhere.
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Back and Forth with Professor John Yoo

John Yoo is a professor of law at the UC Berkeley School of Law. He has served on the faculty since 1993, with leaves of absence to work for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee and the Department of Justice under president George W. Bush. As
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