Former doctrinal enforcer used pontificate to crack down on sex abuse

VATICAN CITY (CNS) ─ The late Pope Benedict XVI’s disgust over the abuse scandals marring the…

Submit Your Articles to the Journal of Free Speech Law, Before You Circulate Them to the Law Reviews

Our peer-reviewed Journal of Free Speech Law, which is now two years old, has published dozens…

Covid Jab Mandate Foes Cite ‘Major Questions’ to Keep Case Alive

The US Supreme Court’s decision this past summer to curb agency power invalidates the Biden administration’s…

Consent or Coercion Before Supreme Court in Corporate Dispute

The US Supreme Court on Tuesday considers whether companies can be sued by customers, employees, and…

The Canadian Armed Forces and Protection of Civilians

The United States Department of Defense’s (DOD) Civilian Harm Mitigation and Response Action Plan (CHMR-AP), released…

UA Little Rock Begins Search for Dean of William H. Bowen School of Law

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has announced a national search for the next dean…

Shaping Tenable Policy on North Korea: A U.S. Security Imperative

“What is the good of passing from one untenable position to another, of seeking justification always…

5th Circuit Rewrites A Century Of 1st Amendment Law To Argue Internet Companies Have No Right To Moderate

from the batshit-crazy dept As far as I can tell, in the area the 5th Circuit…

What Kavanaugh gets wrong about the Supreme Court and politics

Placeholder while article actions load In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, where the Supreme Court…

The little-known saint behind Pope Francis’ approach to the development of doctrine

VATICAN CITY (CNS)—When Pope Francis gave his first full-length interview after his election in 2013, he…