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By LYNNLEY BROWNING, New York Times.Published: May 1, 2008. At the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, a law professor has sued two of his students, alleging that they...
 The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may have a major problem on its hands -- the possibly unconstitutional appointment of nearly two-thirds of its patent appeals judges...
By ANNE EISENBERG, New York Times Published: April 27, 2008.   Services are appearing on the Web that may make it easier for consumers to do their own preliminary homework...
The House Oversight and Government Reform?s Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives held a hearing yesterday to address the Electronic...
Dan Kahan, Cultural Cognition as a Conception of the Cultural Theory of Risk Abstract: Cultural cognition refers to the tendency of individuals to form beliefs about...
 The Law Library of Congress is hosting two articles by Louis Fisher on Constitutional problems raised by the military commissions/tribunals authorized by President Bush. ...
A new article by a member of our faculty has come to our attention.  Here is the opening: In December 2006, the British Serious Fraud Office (SFO) closed an investigation...
 The Yale Law Library Reference Department is hosting two brief, convenient and informative Out-the-Door sessions.  Come get the information you need about using the law...
Professor Siegel has posted on SSRN a version of a paper to be published in the Duke Law Journal.  The paper is entitled: "The Right's Reasons: Constitutional Conflict and...
 More great information from the Law Library of Congress, this time on the State Secrets Privilege.  Here you will find links to several articles, statements, and other...

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