- Managing Editor Patrick Fuster's Comment, Taming Cerberus: The Beast at AEDPA's Gates, analyzes the forthcoming Supreme Court case, Wilson v Sellers, which is set for oral argument in October.
- The Third Circuit quotes Prof. Amy Sepinwall's Article, Conscience and Complicity: Assessing Pleas for Religious Exemptions in Hobby Lobby's Wake, in a decision limiting secular non-profits' ability to bring religious exemption claims.
- The Seventh Circuit upholds the first criminal conviction for "spoofing," citing former Editor-in-Chief Tara Levens's Comment, Too Fast, Too Frequent?.
- United States Supreme Court grants certiorari in landmark partisan gerrymandering case. See Professors Stephanopoulos and McGhee's article, Partisan Gerrymandering and the Efficiency Gap for key background on the issues.
Call for Papers: Symposium on Personalized Law
Symposium | April 27-28, 2018
We invite authors to submit proposals for papers to be included in our 2018 symposium on personalized law.