Articles in Law
The issue in this case is simple: should foreign citizens who expose criminal wrongdoing by the United States government be forcibly kidnapped, brought to this country, and thrown into a hole for the rest of their lives?
A growing number of public defenders are refusing to submit to a brutal and soul-crushing system.
Conflict resolution has changed a bit since the Middle Ages, but not as much as you might think.
Her rulings reveal a judge who serves the interests of Trump, telemarketers, debt collectors, bureaucrats, and cops.
If justices admit they’re political, their role in government becomes much harder to defend. No wonder Ginsburg clung to her seat.
The fascinating history of corporate “personhood.”
“Textualist” jurisprudence advocates a literal interpretation of statutes. Unfortunately for the right, that just resulted in the guaranteeing of LGBT rights.
Instead of restrictive copyright, let’s just make sure artists are well-compensated.
If you want to convince people to surrender to authority, there’s no better way than to cite some “grand unified theory” of law. Professor Dan Farbman walks us through exactly what’s wrong with the theoretical underpinnings of grand unified theories.
If the majority of the country is excluded from ratifying a document it has no binding moral force.
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