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Formerly an award-winning print journalist and Capitol Hill staffer, Eisenstadt has worked as a consultant for USAID, the Organization of American States, and several development companies, including, most recently, Democracy International (2015).From 2009-2012 Eisenstadt served as chair of the Department of Government, has been the Doctoral Program Director there, and is presently vice chair of the Faculty Senate (2015-16).Thus, "[e]ven on the assumption that the fear of pregnancy operates as a deterrent to fornication, the Massachusetts statute is so riddled with exceptions that deterrence of premarital sex cannot reasonably be regarded as its aim." was decided, fornication was a misdemeanor punishable by a small fine or up to three months in jail, while violation of the prohibition of distribution of contraceptives to unmarried persons) was a felony, punishable by up to five years in the state prison. Professor Eisenstadt's research focuses on the intersection of formal institutions and laws with informal institutions and practices, mostly in democratizing countries in Latin America.Matt’s practice is focused on commercial real estate and real estate related transactions with primary emphasis on commercial lease negotiations and drafting.
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