Posted on: February 24, 2020

At National Review Online, Ramesh Ponnuru analyzes the constitutionality of modern efforts to revive the Equal Rights Amendment:

Tag: Constitutional Law, Labor and Employment
Posted on: February 3, 2020

At LinkedIn, our friend and former colleague Tim Holly asks, "Should Stereotypes (And Hairstyles) Be Enshrined in Law As 'Historically Associated With Race​?'" Tim analyzes proposed new legislation currently under consideration by the Delaware General Assembly, which mirrors legislation which has been proposed in other states.

Tag: Labor and Employment, Legal Theory, Legislation
Posted on: November 8, 2019

The National Association of Scholars (NAS), “a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that seeks to reform higher education,” commended President Trump’s recent Executive Orders regarding administrative agencies. The NAS statement begins:

Tag: Administrative Law, Consumer Protection, Legal Theory, Legislation
Posted on: October 25, 2019

At the Jack Miller Center’s 2019 Summit on Higher Education, board member John Agresto (and former President of  St. John’s College in New Mexico) delivered the keynote address. The theme of the summit was “Should America’s Colleges Teach Patriotism?” 

Tag: Constitutional Law, Fiduciary Duties, Legal History, Legal Theory
Posted on: October 11, 2019

In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Susan E. Dudley, Distinguished Professor of Practice and Director of the George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center, explains when and why administrative agencies started doing cost-benefit analysis.

Tag: Administrative Law, Law & Economics, Legal History, Legal Theory, Legislation