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BLS Library Blog

BLS Library Blog

Provides news and views on matters of interest to the Brooklyn Law School community.

http://www.blslibrary.com/
  • Jan 14

    Emoluments Clause: Constitution’s Least Litigated

    Emoluments Clause: Constitution’s Least Litigated
    Article I, Section 9, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution (known as the Emoluments Clause) reads: “No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall,…
  • Jan 12

    Update: World Share Interlibrary Loan Prime

    Update: World Share Interlibrary Loan Prime
    The Library is implementing a new system to manage interlibrary loans called World Share Interlibrary Loan Prime.  The system will streamline interlibrary loan service. Interlibrary loan (ILL) is the service that gives you access to the…
  • Dec 22

    Library Hours – Winter Break and Beyond

    Library Hours – Winter Break and Beyond
    The Library will be CLOSED from Saturday, December 24th, through Monday, January 2nd. Winter Session begins on Monday, January 2nd and ends on Friday, January 13th. These are the Library Hours for early January: Tuesday, January 3rd –…
Rank this Week: 71

CrimProf Blog

CrimProf Blog

Criminal law issues and commentary. Edited by Kevin Cole, Lawrence A. Alexander, Donald A. Dripps, Yale Kamisar, Adam J. Kolber, and Jean Ramirez.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/crimprof_blog/
  • Jan 21

    McGorrery on PTSD in Crime Victim

    McGorrery on PTSD in Crime Victim
    Paul McGorrery (Deakin University, Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin Law School) has posted Judicial Recognition of PTSD in Crime Victims: A Review of How Much Credence Australian Courts Give to Crime-Induced PTSD ((2016) 24 Journal of Law…
  • Jan 20

    Larkin on Pardons and Mistake of Law

    Larkin on Pardons and Mistake of Law
    Paul J. Larkin Jr. (The Heritage Foundation) has posted Mistakes and Justice — Using the Pardon Power to Remedy a Mistake of Law (Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy, Forthcoming) on SSRN. Here is the abstract: American criminal…
  • Jan 20

    Last week's criminal law/procedure cert grant

    Last week's criminal law/procedure cert grant
    Issue summaries are from ScotusBlog, which links to papers: Weaver v. Massachusetts: Whether a defendant asserting ineffective assistance that results in a structural error must, in addition to demonstrating deficient performance, show that…
Rank this Week: 157

Civil Procedure & Federal Courts…

Civil Procedure & Federal Courts Blog

By Robin Effron, Cynthia L. Fountaine, Patricia Hatamyar Moore and Adam Steinman.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/civpro/
  • Jan 20

    Bruhl on Article III Standing and the One Plaintiff Rule

    Bruhl on Article III Standing and the One Plaintiff Rule
    Aaron Bruhl has posted on SSRN a draft of his article, One Good Plaintiff is Not Enough. Here’s the abstract: This Article concerns an aspect of Article III standing that has figured in many of the highest-profile controversies of recent...
  • Jan 19

    SCOTUS Cert Grant on Personal Jurisdiction: Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court

    SCOTUS Cert Grant on Personal Jurisdiction: Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court
    The U.S. Supreme Court’s docket of civil procedure and federal courts cases continues to expand. Today the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. v. Superior Court, which will review a California Supreme Court…
  • Jan 19

    Schwartz on Qualified Immunity

    Schwartz on Qualified Immunity
    Joanna Schwartz has posted on SSRN a draft of her article, How Qualified Immunity Fails. Here’s the abstract: Qualified immunity is a judicially created doctrine that shields government officials from constitutional claims for money…
Rank this Week: 237

Brooklyn Law School Students…

Brooklyn Law School Students International Blog

Brooklyn Law School is proud of its many students who will be working this summer in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and South America at law firms, and private and public interest organizations. The students have launched this blog to share their experiences.

http://blsx.brooklaw.edu/studentblog/
  • Jul 4

    Hola desde Peru

    Hola desde Peru
      I’ve attached a few photos of a family trip to Peru.  We hiked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, and then some.  The Andes are so big, the Inca ruins so extensive–it’s hard to fathom even when I’m standing right here looking at…
  • Jun 4

    Greetings from Hong Kong

    Greetings from Hong Kong
    I am currently in Hong Kong working for Linklaters (a UK law firm) in their Capital Markets practice. I arrived here almost three weeks ago. At first, I found the city very overwhelming and crowded, but I have quickly begun to love it here.…
  • Jun 4

    Howzit from Johannesburg!

    Howzit from Johannesburg!
    I am currently in Johannesburg working with the Refugee Rights Project of Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR), a South African NGO.  With the recent outbreak of xenophobic attacks on foreigners living in South Africa, LHR has seen an influx of…
Rank this Week: 659