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Post date: Posted on: March 22, 2017

At the Volokh Conspiracy, Eugene Volokh analyzes the recent 11th Circuit decision in

Tags: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Legal Opinions
Post date: Posted on: March 12, 2017

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:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties
Post date: Posted on: March 11, 2017

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

Tags: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: February 19, 2017

In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Glenn Reynolds explains how “the basis for extraterrestrial property rights is essentially natural law.”

Tags: Administrative Law, Commerce, Commercial Transactions, International Law, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: February 6, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Brad Cook summarizes what “right to work” would mean for New Hampshire now that it is a realistic possibility with a Republican governor and Republicans

Tags: Administrative Law, Contracts, Labor and Employment, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: February 5, 2017

From an article by Gary Galles on the Foundation for Economic Education website:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Legal History, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: January 26, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Beth Deragon discusses an employer’s obligations under federal and New Hampshire law when closing a business early or for an entire day because of the weather.

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: January 7, 2017

At Law.com, Tony Mauro reports on the latest brief that Ilya Shapiro filed with the US Supreme Court:

Tags: Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property
Post date: Posted on: January 6, 2017

In the ABA Journal, Mark Walsh explores what President Trump means for the future of the US Supreme Court.

Tags: Legal History, Legal Industry, Legal Theory

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