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January 22, 2013
“The curse of racism continues to haunt the Nation,” observed Robert C. Post in the opening line of his 1991 article “Racist Speech, Democracy, and the First Amendment.” In...
January 17, 2013
Snacks -- while they last -- will be in the Student Lounge throughout the day. Good luck with your final exams.   - The Lillian Goldman Law Libary  
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December 20, 2012
Many students may not be aware of the Yale Law Library services and benefits they can take advantage of while on their break, even if they are far from school. Here are the...
Professor Jack Balkin
December 18, 2012
What's dangerous about the Thirteenth Amendment's bar of slavery and involuntary servitude? In a Columbia Law Review essay YLS Prof. Jack Balkin and UT's Sanford Levinson...
December 17, 2012
Last Thursday, the day before the violence in Newtown, Harvard psychologist Steven Pinker explained why we should take solace in the larger trend of declining violence....
December 17, 2012
Professor Tracey Meares recently contributed to an article appearing in the Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology which asks the question: Why do criminals obey the law?...
December 17, 2012
Congratulations to Leora Katz, who correctly guessed the date the Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository would hit 1,500,000 full text downloads: December 13th, 2012....

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