An advocate for criminal justice reform, Laroche will win her third national award for her legal work this month.
A combination of vague legal standards and targeted enforcement up the cost of compliance, says Alex Raskolnikov.
Pozen writes about government secrecy, privacy theory, FOIA, civil disobedience, and the separation of powers.
The dean spoke with Abrams, media company founder and ABC News’ chief legal affairs anchor, during Reunion 2017.
On July 18, Professor Katherine Franke is to testify against a bill currently before the Massachusetts Legislature. The bill would require anyone who aims to enter a contract of more than $10,000 with the state to certify compliance with anti-discrimination...
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Law School faculty members continue to introduce American legal system fundamentals to students and lawyers abroad.
The challenge of interpreting music finds parallels in the law.
Government’s ability to label firms as “systemically important” can avoid creating firms that are too big to fail, he says.
PILnet recently created the Barbara Schatz Fellowship Fund for young public interest lawyers.