“Racial capitalism,” the process of deriving value from the racial identity of others, harms the individuals affected and society as a whole.
When laws quietly permit people to act in ways usually forbidden, they create “shallow signals” that may lead others to act illegally.
How family members and legal actors make sense of the conflicts of eldercare
The latest entry in the growing field of new civil rights history, in which lawyers are essential intermediaries
European Court of Justice Holds that the Slovak Republic Did Not Violate EU Law in Banning the President of Hungary from Entering Its Territory.
Sixth Circuit Invalidates Michigan Statute Requiring Bottle Manufacturers to Use Unique Mark on All Bottles Sold Within Michigan.
Seventh Circuit Holds that Denial of Class Certification Cannot Bind Unnamed Class Members.
Supreme Court of California Admits Blood Alcohol Concentration Test Results over Confrontation Clause Challenge.
Seventh Circuit Strikes Down Illinois's Ban on Public Carry of Ready-to-Use Firearms.
Seventh Circuit Addresses Proximate Causation Requirement.
Seventh Circuit Holds that “Social Bookmarking” of Infringing Content Alone Is Insufficient to Support Grant of Preliminary Injunction.
Responding to Nancy Leong, Racial Capitalism, 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2151 (2013)
Responding to Risa Goluboff, Lawyers, Law, and the New Civil Rights History, 126 Harv. L. Rev. 2312 (2013)