I'm putting together a series of panels for 1Ls on what options they'll have for real-world practice, and I'd love to have some good (and, preferably, short) readings on various kinds of lawyering—some on big-firm practice, some on medium-firm, some on solo practice, some on government work, some on nonprofit, some on in-house, and so on.
We edited the articles against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, and came up with articles against President Trump.
I recently posted to SSRN a short essay, Justice Kennedy and the Counter-Majoritarian Difficulty. The essay was published in the Hastings Law Journal as part of its recent symposium about Justice Kennedy's work on the Supreme Court.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders called a recent article about his wealth derogatory for depicting him as “cheap” and obsessed with money.
Prof. Ibram X. Kendi, Professor and Founding Director for the Anti-racist Research and Policy Center at American University, joins Rev. Al Sharpton to talk his piece on Billionaire Robert Smith’s donation to the graduates of Morehouse.
Perhaps it was bound to happen eventually. The American press have grown so tired of waiting for House Democrats to file articles of impeachment against President Trump that The New York Times wrote up their own.
The 30th anniversary of the pro-democracy protests has prompted a censorship wave in China. Refinitiv, a data company partly owned by Reuters, complied.
Facebook extended subscriptions in Instant Articles to all eligible publishers and introduced a News Funding product it is testing for local and niche publishers interested in adopting the social network's membership model. The social network has been testing subscriptions in Instant Articles with over 40 publishers worldwide over the past 18 months, incorporating their feedback
CNN’s website is currently blocked in mainland China, after it published a story about today’s 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre as one of its top headlines. The site is usually accessible in China, according to historical data from GreatFire.org. Matt Rivers, a Beijing-based reporter, noted the blocking of the site on Twitter, writing that “the
"Article II allows me to do whatever I want," insisted the president. "Article II would have allowed me to fire [Mueller]."