The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its annual review of campus speech codes:
At the Lawyerist, tax attorney Steven Chung discusses his alma mater Whittier Law School’s recent
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently created a free speech resources page for faculty members, so that they can access and utilize FIRE’s uniq
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its list of the 10 worst colleges for free speech in 2017. The winners are:
At the Library of Law and Liberty blog, John McGinnis argues that under the Take Care Clause of the US Constitution (i.e., to “take Care that the
At Quartz, Ian Kar analyzes the EMV rollout in the United States.
At Truth on the Market, Alden Abbott explains the concepts of “the rule of law” and regulatory overreach, and then analyzes Tennessee v.
At Above the Law, Grover Cleveland gives some advice to third year law students looking to be better prepared to practice when they graduate.
In an article on TechPolicyDaily.com—the voice of American Enterprise Institute’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy—Professor Babette Boliek discusses legal issues related to
We have posted many times about the problems in and facing legal education—e.g., here. But a bright spot in legal education is the University of New Hampshire School of Law (UNH Law).