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16 Apr 2012, 1:29 pm by Sean Patrick Donlan
- Nikitas Hatzimihail, Assistant Professor of Private Law, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus ·         “I’m in the East but My Law is from the West: The East-West Dilemma in the Israeli Mixed Legal System” - Nir Kedar, Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) of law and legal history, Faculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel ·         “Challenges of Legal Education in a Mixed Jurisdiction: McGill University in Quebec as a Case Study” - Catherine… [read post]
6 May 2013, 5:17 am by Sean Patrick Donlan
Zammit, University of Malta (Malta) II.C         Colonial and Postcolonial Legacy ·         Migration Policies and Legal Transplant in the Mediterranean Area: Control Strategies between Colonialism and Post-Colonialism, Eliana Augusti, University of Salento (Italy) ·         The Diffusion of Legal Culture in the Colonial and Post-Colonial Context: Two Israeli… [read post]
15 May 2015, 9:30 am by Sebastian Brady
In DefenseOne, Kedar Pavgi breaks down the changing nature of the U.S. [read post]
6 Apr 2012, 1:58 pm by Joshua Matz
Kedar Bhatia has posted an updated OT11 Stat Pack, noting that “the Supreme Court is well above its normal pace of opinions for the Term, having released 37 signed opinions and 7 summary reversals.” [read post]
9 Jan 2015, 10:45 am by Sebastian Brady
And, over at DefenseOne, Kedar Pavgi has compiled five months of U.S. airstrikes—both in Iraq and in Syria—and displayed them in four cool charts. [read post]
6 Jul 2007, 2:03 pm
All in all, Kedar and I agree that Romney is the undisputed favorite (70%?) [read post]
18 Jun 2015, 12:45 pm by Mark Walsh
(Kedar Bhatia’s excellent Stat Pack preview for the Term shows that going into today, fourteen percent of the Court’s cases were decided by a vote of five to four, the same proportion for all of last Term.) [read post]
5 Oct 2011, 6:55 am by Conor McEvily
Kedar Bhatia at this blog looks at some of the statistical trends of the cases the Court has already accepted for review. [read post]