Learning About Law and Tech, Hands (and Headsets) On

This fall, in a classroom at the Lillian Goldman Law Library, Jerry Ma ’25 sat with…

Pope denounces psychological abuse as Jesuit case rocks Church

Pope Francis on Thursday denounced psychological violence and abuse of power in the Church, as the…

Oklahoma takes ‘momentous’ step to allow taxpayer-funded religious schools

Oklahoma Republican Gov. Kevin Stitt said the advisory opinion “rightfully defends parents, education freedom, and religious…

The Conduct of Hostilities under the Law of International Armed Conflict: 4th Edition

The fourth edition of The Conduct of Hostilities under the Law of International Armed Conflict is…

FAQ: What is the Major Questions Doctrine?, by Will Yeatman and Frank Garrison

In West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court announced the arrival of the major questions doctrine…

Is a domain pledge the key to success?

The rapid development of the information space gives rise to fierce competition among its subjects. The…

Is Justice Kagan Right that Areas of Constitutional Law Should Not Change Quickly on Account of New Membership on the Court? | Vikram David Amar | Verdict

At a recent event in New York, Justice Elena Kagan reportedly expressed some reservations about doctrinal…

The Doctrine of Renvoi may still have some relevance in the trust context | Charles E. Rounds, Jr. – Suffolk University Law School

Trustees have been held absolutely liable for misdelivering income and/or principal. In a multijurisdictional setting, an…

Inspiration and Resources for Integrating Doctrine and Diversity in Law School Classrooms – JURIST – Commentary

Nicole P. Dyszlewski, Head of Reference, Instruction, and Engagement at Roger Williams University School of Law,…

Judicial Evaluation of a Religious Community’s Qualities

This new article of mine will be coming out next year in the Journal of Law and…