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“Under the Eighth Amendment, execution by nitrogen is surely unusual because it has never been used as a method of execution in this country or elsewhere, as far as we know. It is also likely to cause needless agony and suffering in the execution chamber. Plus, the threat of a second attempt at execution under circumstances of human experimentation is unconscionably cruel.”

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The Trial of Sam Bankman-Fried, Explained

  • Daniel Richman
| Wired Magazine
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  • John C. Coffee, Jr.
| Financial Times
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  • Philip C. Bobbitt
| The Washington Post
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AI and the Next Great Tech Shift

  • Anu Bradford
| Financial Times
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The Case That Will Determine the Future of Tech

  • Timothy Wu
| Amanpour & Company
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  • Jane M. Spinak
| WORT Radio
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Alabama Has a Horrible New Way of Killing People on Death Row

  • Bernard E. Harcourt
| The New York Times
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The Legal Fight Over Tesla’s Ban on Workers Wearing Union Shirts

  • Kate Andrias
| Bloomberg Law Podcast

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