Format: 2018-12
Nov 15, 2018

Professor Myriam Gilles' article The Day Doctrine Died: Private Arbitration and the Rule of Law is the sole article awarded High Distinction by the Pound Civil Justice Institute's 2019 Civil Justice Scholarship Award. Her article was picked for its ability to demonstrate the impact of forced arbitration on the rule of law. She will be honored at the American Association for Justice's winter convention in Miami in February.

Oct 30, 2018

The 1898 case of U.S. vs. Wong Kim Ark held that the Fourteenth Amendment affirms citizenship by children born on American soil. The Washington Post explores this case in light of President Trump's vow to sign an executive order to try to end the right of U.S. citizenship for children born in the U.S. to noncitizens. 

May 31, 2018

Professor Ed Zelinsky published the following article in the Rutgers Law Review:

May 31, 2018

"Can Democracy Survive Fractured Freedom of Speech?" This Century’s Review: Journal for Rational Legal Debate (June 2018 issue) (forthcoming)

May 29, 2018

May 29, 2018 - Professor Kate Shaw talks to BYU Radio about some of the legal questions surrounding President Trump's speech: how the courts are handling the President's campaign rhetoric when considering the administration's travel ban case, and last week's decision by a federal judge that the President cannot block people on Twitter. Professor Shaw on the Twitter case: 

May 25, 2018

Professor Anthony Sebok spoke on a panel about litigation finance at the Class Action Money & Ethics conference at the Harmonie Club on May 7, 2018.