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24 Mar 2023, 6:54 am by SCOTUSblog
(Ed Pilkington, The Guardian) The Conservative Legal Movement Is Coming For Public Defenders Next (Jay Willis, Balls & Strikes) J&J to seek U.S. [read post]
24 Mar 2023, 4:37 am by CrimProf BlogEditor
Cardozo School of Law, John Jay College - CUNY Graduate Center and John Jay College of Criminal Justice) have posted Why Criminal Defendants Cooperate: The Defense... [read post]
22 Mar 2023, 5:07 am by Chip Merlin
A recent law review article, Policyholder Misrepresentation in Insurance Claims,1 written by insurance law professor Jay Feinman raised the issue of insurance companies wrongfully claiming fraud as a claims practice. [read post]
20 Mar 2023, 6:07 pm by Sabrina I. Pacifici
Jay Feinman, Co-Director of the Center and Distinguished Professor at Rutgers Law, described how the tool works and why it’s useful to consumers…” Click here to use RU InsureScore [read post]
17 Mar 2023, 2:44 pm by Howard Bashman
And at Balls and Strikes, Jay Willis has a post titled “Will Someone Please Share Kyle Duncan’s Thoughts on ‘Fairness’ With the Supreme Court; The conservative justices spent a lot of time last month worrying about whether Biden’s student debt relief plan is ‘fair’; Kyle Duncan has some notes for them. [read post]
17 Mar 2023, 2:17 pm by Erik J. Heels
Among the givers, there are plenty of strong givers (folks like Warren Katz, Jay Batson, and Clem Cazalot). [read post]
17 Mar 2023, 5:01 am by Tyler McBrien
Allen traces strains of this tradition in John Jay, who wrote in 1788 that “the power of making treaties should be committed to able and honest men” insulated from electoral politics, and Alexis de Tocqueville, who wrote in the early 19th century that diplomacy “requires virtually none of the distinctive virtues of democracy but does demand the development of nearly all that it lacks. [read post]
17 Mar 2023, 4:00 am by Jim Sedor
National/Federal No Rest Between Censuses for Congressional Mapmakers DNyuz – Reid Epstein (New York Times) | Published: 3/10/2023 For just about all of the nation’s history, politicians would fight over redistricting for a short period after each once-a-decade census, then forget about congressional maps until the next reapportionment. [read post]
14 Mar 2023, 4:59 pm by Michel-Adrien
Congratulations to the newly-elected and continuing Board members who will official take office after the 2023 AGM.Yemisi, Dina, President (continuing)Mary-Jo Petsche, First Vice-President (continuing)Jason Wong, Second Vice-President (acclaimed)Jennifer McNenly, Treasurer (acclaimed/continuing)Donna Sikorsky, Secretary (elected)Hanna Steeves, Member-at-Large (elected)Alexia Loumankis, Member-at-Large (elected)Many thanks to the Elections Committee – Martha Murphy (Chair), Ann Marie Melvie and… [read post]
13 Mar 2023, 12:01 pm by Paul Caron
James Alm (Tulane; Google Scholar), Jay A. [read post]
13 Mar 2023, 8:02 am by Rick Hasen
KC Star: When Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and officials in a handful of other Republican-leaning states left a national system designed to improve the accuracy of voting rolls last week, the likely GOP candidate for governor outlined his… Continue reading The post “After Ashcroft pulls Missouri out of voting info system, no plan for alternative program” appeared first on Election Law Blog. [read post]
11 Mar 2023, 4:24 am by centerforartlaw
 This interview was conducted by Nina Rice (NYLS, Class of 2024) and edited and supplemented by Kameron-Jai Keel (NYLS, Class of 2024), both Interns for the Center for Art Law. [read post]
9 Mar 2023, 5:42 am by USPTO
And by making connections with other educators from around the country, you can continue to share best practices and ideas for classroom instruction.Teachers participate in a STEM activity at the National Summer Teacher Institute (Photo by Jay Premack/USPTO)  One of the most significant benefits of attending NSTI is the impact it can have on your students. [read post]