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We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
The Legal Wrangle over Redistricting
Contemporary American politics privileges policing and punishment, while marginalizing the arts and the commons.
New Challenges to the Fourth Amendment.
Pamela S. Karlan
In his latest book, Lawrence Lessig argues that Congress has become so corrupted by moneyed interests and has so undermined the public trust that our very republic is at risk.
Lawrence Lessig, David V. Johnson
Ineffective trial lawyers, inconclusive evidence, inconsistent testimony, and impenetrable procedural thickets are not unique to capital cases.
Anti-immigrant activists argue that the citizenship clause does not mean what it says. They are wrong.
By routinely giving away a huge amount of personal data, everyday Internet users might already have become law enforcement’s greatest ally.
On using privilege to challenge the state.
Rahman, a native of Pakistan, was wrongfully accused of aiding would-be Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad.
David William Turner
What Sarbanes-Oxley Teaches Us About Dodd-Frank
Border Wars offers a stark portrait of the domestic cost of failed federal leadership in the post-9/11 era.
Even if the Supreme Court decided that corporations are in every way like persons, there might be limits on the corporate role in politics.
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