Apr 12, 2015

The New Yorker - Maybe it was Walter Scott’s fault. Maybe he did something to make Officer Michael Slager, of the North Charleston Police Department, in South Carolina, shoot him in the back.


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Jun 11, 2015

Justice Thomas wrote, “From its inception, Dewsnup v. Timm has been the target of criticism,” citing a 1996 article by Carlson.

Jun 10, 2015

Minneapolis Star Tribune - “This is precedent setting,” said Marci Hamilton, a law professor at Yeshiva University in New York and a national expert on clergy abuse litigation. “It sends a message that these are not cases against individual priests and individual victims, it’s systemic.”

Jun 10, 2015

The Washington Post - The details of state and federal laws that limit or prevent potential punishment also get pushed into the spotlight, Marci Hamilton, a law professor and statute of limitation reform movement expert at Yeshiva University’s Cardozo School of Law told me.

Jun 5, 2015

New York Times - To the Editor: I applaud Charles M. Blow for using two high-profile cases to highlight the alarming prevalence and circumstances surrounding childhood sexual abuse.

Jun 4, 2015

ABC News - The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 today that the retail chain Abercrombie & Fitch violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when an assistant manager denied Samantha Elauf, an observant Muslim woman, a job because her headscarf violated Abercrombie’s “Look Policy,” that prohibits “caps” from being worn on the sale floor.

Jun 4, 2015

CNN - Professor Christopher Buccafusco speaks about artist Richard Prince, who is an appropriation artist that has been selling Instagram users' photos at his new show in New York’s Frieze Art Fair.

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