Sessions as Attorney General Could Divide Rather Than Unite

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Senator Jeff Sessions may have a good resume. But he could be on the wrong side of history. Born in Selma, Alabama, he was a Republican student body president on Bloody Sunday in 1965. Instead of promoting justice for all, he may prefer justice for the few. Read my article in Kongressen.com (In Danish).

Voting for the Next Generation

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If you think that the presidential elections are a roller coaster ride, brace yourself. President Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, and the Republicans’ refusal to begin the confirmation process, has set the country on a crash course. Now it is up to us, the voters, to slam on the breaks and to resolve the impasse. Want to hear more? Please read my article in The Huffington Post.

 

About Me

Robin

Robin is a freelance journalist and a university educator. Her work has appeared in The Huffington Post, USA Today, The Washington Post, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR2 Deadline, DR2 Dagen), Kristeligt Dagblad and Information. She has also been interviewed in Danish by P1 Orientering on US legal issues.

Robin has an M.S. from Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, a J.D. from Columbia Law School, both in New York City, and a Ph.D. from Copenhagen Business School. She has worked as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C. for four years and as a lawyer in California. From March-September 2015, she was a guest scholar at U.C. Hastings School of Law.

Robin was also a legal academic at Copenhagen Business School for over ten years. Currently, she is an external lecturer in American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark where she teaches American History, American Business History and Case Studies in American Legal History. You can follow Robin on Twitter.

Gay U.S. ambassador is a reality TV star in Denmark

Ambassador Rufus Gifford is a role model. “One of the biggest struggles you have as a young, gay person is figuring out how to be comfortable in your own skin,” he said. “I mean, you would lie in bed at night when you were 15, 16, 17 years old and just figure out if there was some way to escape your body.” Read his story in USA Today.

Photo by Bjarke Frederiksen. Danish PM  Lars Løkke Rassmussen, Ambassador Rufus Gifford & his husband, Dr. Stephen DeVincent.