It was a delight
to participate in this event honoring my friend and colleague, Ellen Aprill:
Loyola-L.A. hosted a festschrift, live symposium, and celebration
to honor Ellen Aprill
(Loyola-L.A.; Google Scholar
Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer (Notre Dame; Google Scholar
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He’s our reigning master of the macabre, whose ghostly imagination still transports us to the eeriest of places. But one of Edgar Allan Poe’s darkest stories didn’t come from his pen. It’s the haunting mystery of his own death.… Continue reading
Americans have heard the story before: A lurid tale of a presidential candidate accused of arranging hush-money payments to conceal an alleged affair.
But if former President Donald Trump is indicted by a Manhattan grand jury
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Former President Donald J. Trump spent much of his first major political rally of the 2024 campaign portraying his expected indictment by a New York grand jury as a result of what he claimed was a Democratic conspiracy to… Continue reading
As Ohio’s primary approaches, a strict new photo ID requirement
is stirring concerns for military veterans and out-of-state college students, in Amish communities and among older voters.
Other Republican-led states are moving in the same direction as they… Continue reading
In her lengthy lawsuit first filed in December, Lake argued that based on “information and belief,” “a material number” of votes with signatures that were not properly verified were counted and could have altered the outcome of the… Continue reading
A federal judge has ruled that a number of former officials from President Donald J. Trump’s administration — including his former chief of staff, Mark Meadows — cannot invoke executive privilege to avoid testifying to a grand jury investigating… Continue reading
Russian email accounts sent a series of hoax bomb threats targeting the Manhattan district attorney and court buildings for three straight days this week amid a grand jury investigation of former president Donald Trump.
Security has ramped up outside… Continue reading
In an overnight social media post, former President Donald J. Trump predicted that “potential death and destruction” may result if, as expected, he is charged by the Manhattan district attorney in connection with hush-money payments to a porn star… Continue reading
The Republican-backed candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court
said Thursday that he had no problem with someone who was on the U.S. Capitol grounds during the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection campaigning for him across the state in the waning… Continue reading
Looks like some terrific contributions here
The Future Is Unwritten: Reclaiming the Twenty-Sixth Amendment
In April 2022, Rutgers University Law Review hosted the first law symposium ever to be dedicated to the Twenty-Sixth Amendment, resulting in this… Continue reading
The following is a guest post from Richard Bernstein, who wrote this amicus brief
in Moore v. Harper but who expresses his own views here:
Although I wrote and joined an amici brief
supporting affirmance in Moore v. Harper, recent… Continue reading
Eliot Higgins, the founder of the open-source investigative outlet Bellingcat, was reading this week about the expected indictment of Donald Trump
when he decided he wanted to visualize it.
He turned to an AI art generator, giving the technology… Continue reading
Arizona’s top court has declined to hear Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake’s challenge to her election loss, but kept the case alive by sending one of Lake’s claims back to a county judge to review.
Lake asked… Continue reading