The Modern Law Library


What if Crim Law was taught by cartoons?

How to practice law in a ‘sharing economy’ (Podcast)

Is Batman a State Actor? ‘Law of Superheroes’ Authors Dish on Comics in the Courtroom

‘Conspiracy of Silence’ Allowed Judges’ Kids-for-Cash Scandal to Occur, Says Author

Voter Fraud v. Voter Suppression: Author Explains That Neither Is Quite What We Think

‘Good Girls Revolt’ Author Discusses Groundbreaking 1970s Sex-Discrimination Suit Against Newsweek

Author Describes Clash of Titans Jefferson and Marshall in ‘The Treason Trial of Aaron Burr’

After Going from BigLaw to ABC News, Author of ‘Exit Interview’ Witnessed Seismic Changes

‘Five-Finger Discount’ Costs Billions, Says Author of Shoplifting Book ‘The Steal’

Scalia Discusses Views on Textualism and the Process of Co-Writing His New Book

Federal Judge Pens Memoir About His Time on the Bench and His High-Profile Cases in ‘Disrobed’

‘Failing Law Schools’ Author Challenges Law Schools to Make Dramatic Changes

‘Breach of Trust’ Tells Ripped-from-the-Headlines Tale of Government Corruption and Intrigue

Author Discusses How to Identify and Deal with an ‘Almost Psychopath’

Lack of Online Privacy Rights Is Very Troubling, Says Author

‘Show Trials’ Author Advocates for Systemic Changes to Immigration Courts

‘Born, Not Raised’ Author Discusses the Flaws in the Juvenile Justice System

‘Devil in the Grove’ Author Discusses Early Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Case