Feb 22, 2018

The publication honors 20 law students across the nation who "contributed the most to their law schools and communities in the past year.""

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Mar 16, 2018

Her paper is titled Constitutional Law Limits on the Use of Military Force: How Much Does Compliance Tell Us About the Effectiveness of Legal Constraint?

Mar 16, 2018

Gilles' talk is titled "Examining Proposed 'Reforms' to MDL and Class Action Procedures."

Mar 15, 2018

In the Independent, Professor Ekow Yankah says that prosecutorial and police miscounduct are larger underlying issues in many wrongful conviction cases.

Mar 12, 2018

Professor Peter Markowitz wrote an op-ed which appeared in The New York Times Friday, March 9, focusing on sanctuary cities and the Justice Department’s newly filed law suit against California, challenging three state laws that make up the heart of its sanctuary policies.

Today’s sanctuary laws, Markowitz claims, “do not direct state officers to take any steps to interfere with federal enforcement efforts. Instead, they dictate that the local police and state officers simply do not assist in the federal government’s deportation agenda — that they do nothing.”

Mar 6, 2018

SCOTUSblog references Professor Edward Zelinsky's OUPblog post on South Dakota v. Wayfair, which is a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that challenges the existing law (Quill v. North Dakota) stating that States can only impose tax collectiion on sellers who are physically present in the taxing state.

Mar 2, 2018

In an article in Law and Liberty deciphering what really happened during the Pentagon Papers saga compared with how it was portrayed in the movie The Post, writer Max Holland references Professor David Rudenstine's book The Day the Presses Stopped: A History of the Pentagon Papers Case.

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