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 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...
Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Sage Publications are suing Georgia State University, contending that the school is violating copyright laws by...
Professor Listokin recently posted a new paper entitled "Does Shareholder Voting Maximize Stock Market Value."  Here is the abstract: "This paper examines the relation...
One of the great early American examples of a lawyer ensuring that unpopular defendants got a fair trial, even defendants with whom the lawyer may have disagreed took place...
 Sometimes the Internet feels slow and there has been a lot of scary press recently about it slowing down further as it gets more congested.  Well, maybe we don't have to...
 Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution renounces war and prohibits Japan from maintaining the potential to make war.  Over the past few years, the very popular provision has...
 Parliament is debating a new counter-terrorism bill, it had it's second reading on the 1st.  The main elements of the bill are: "  a provision to allow the pre-charge...
The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday released a declassified 2003 memo justifying the use of harsh interrogation methods for suspected terrorists held abroad.  A copy of...
 A new report from the Law Library of Congress has been posted.  The report covers and references both international treaty obligations and domestic legislation.  
 Today, the House of Lords released a report on the economic impact of immigration in the UK.  Does it have anything to say to the US?  The EU?  Read it and you decide.

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