Philosopher and librarian Tony Corsentino ponders how you negotiate repugnant views in the classroom — and the courtroom.
Many Americans might assume that copyright is a simple equation: someone creates a work, and then they own […]
Poor Anthony Kennedy. Masterpiece Cakeshop has literally pleased no one. Legal scholars left and right are united in […]
For our last big episode of the season, Doomed to Repeat is touching on one of the most […]
Neo-Confederates insist that the many statues of Robert E. Lee commemorate only southern “heritage,” and that the revered […]
I delivered the talk published below as part of a panel at Yale’s annual Rebellious Lawyering Conference, on […]
Neil Gorsuch will soon be an associate justice of the Supreme Court. Barring any eleventh-hour scandal (unlikely, if […]
Near the end of Hunt for the Wilderpeople, New Zealand social worker Paula, hot on the trail of […]