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The Law Library of Congress has posted several recent articles by Louis Fisher about inherent executive power in foreign relations and national security contexts.
It has always seemed that history is the area of research best suited for the heavy use of technology.  A new wiki on English medieval legal documents confirms this again...
A new web site, JD Supra, offers documents created by some law firms for reference and form. Interesting. Firms involved include the EFF, Morrison & Foerster,  Mintz...
A recent study of citations to state supreme court opinions reveals that the California Supreme Court is most often followed by sister state supreme court.  The New York...
New York TimesBy Robin Pogrebin Published: March 11, 2008 The New York Public Library?s venerable lion-guarded building on Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street is to be renamed for...
Mexican senators on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a sweeping judicial reform that would introduce public, oral trials and guarantee the presumption of innocence. The...
The UK Parliament is planning to put 200 years of its debates online. All Hansard reports from 1804 through 2004 are scheduled to be digitized and posted.  Currently,...
U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno of Philadelphia has tallied the number of times Aaron Wider, the CEO of HTFC, dropped the F-word or a variant of it in a deposition ? it...
The Library of Congress has a number of RSS feeds.  Many are primarily of interest to those headed to DC, but there are also some excellent copyright feeds, law feeds, and...
From the Associated Press on February 27, 2008... The prison law clerk who convinced the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a fellow inmate's drug possession case is being...

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