Legal Theory

Environmental Law

Does a country have a legal duty to reduce its carbon footprint? Dutch court to decide landmark case


Indian tribes are retaking jurisdiction over domestic violence on their own land

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: SCOTUS gets another look at the Affordable Care Act

Opening Statements

New project rewrites SCOTUS opinions from a feminist perspective

Legal Theory

Evaluate law by happiness impact, profs suggest; is 20 years in prison four times worse than five?

National Pulse

American Indians challenging eagle feather rules get a boost from Hobby Lobby ruling

Women in the Law

Female law review authors are cited at a higher rate than men, study finds

Niche Practice

Rightscorp fights Internet piracy by ‘ticketing’ copyright infringers


No Fracking Way: Towns across the country are stopping the big energy industry

Entertainment & Sports Law

Leagues win a restraining order against NJ racetrack that wanted to allow sports gambling

U.S. Supreme Court

Scalia compares himself to Frodo in originalism battle

U.S. Supreme Court

SCOTUS ‘is an emperor that truly has no clothes,’ Chemerinsky says in new book


Looking back on Zubulake, 10 years later

Annual Meeting

Magna Carta should inspire lawyers to rise above partisanship, solve problems, chief justice says

U.S. Supreme Court

Chemerinsky: First impressions of this term’s SCOTUS decisions were misleading

Opening Statements

Center studying law and culture moves to NYU


An interview with Judge Richard A. Posner

Supreme Court Report

Federal Circuit gets reined in over patent fees in infringement suits

Kennedy on Tech

Preparing for the ‘Internet of things’


Do you secretly believe your job isn’t necessary? Academic sees corporate law as one of the BS jobs