Protecting public oversight of the criminal justice system
The causes and effects of bias in First Amendment scholarship
The First Amendment moves beyond the courts
Governments develop new techniques for controlling and surveilling speech
The First Amendment doesn't protect Internet service providers from regulation
Resolving discrepancies in the regulation of emotional expression
How to identify the press and its protections
The empirical evidence that judging need not be political
Assessing executive compliance from Honduras to Egypt
When the United States promised to pay for "bad men among the whites"
Bottom-up systems for dispute resolution
D.C. Circuit Holds that Federal Communications Commission Violated Communications Act in Adopting Open Internet Rules.
Ninth Circuit Holds that Enforcement of Foreign Judgment Is Not State Action for Purposes of Constitutional Scrutiny.
Second Circuit Affirms Threats Conviction in Internet Speech Case.
California Limits Local Entities’ Compliance with Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detainer Requests.
How "terms of service" abridge free speech
Freedom of the press doesn't depend on the press being unique
Digital gerrymandering poses a threat to democracy
Letting the public monitor the criminal justice bureaucracy
Without a substantive message, mere transmission of bits is not “speech”
Free speech exists at the intersection of private and public systems of technology and organization
Government-mandated warnings can be emotionally manipulative as well as factually wrong
Questioning the relevance of Hosanna-Tabor for defining the press
The continued efficacy of First Amendment precedent and values for new-school regulation
The decision will likely help the political parties regain some power
The decision leaves our campaign finance system largely undisturbed