Articles in Law
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.
It’s not radical to oppose giving conservative justices lifelong absolute power to overrule democratic legislation…
Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is both a bad judge and a callous, ignorant person.
…when it’s so obviously ideological. Examining the case of “compelled speech.”
What are judges for? Do we need them? Is there any alternative?
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