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24 Aug 2019, 6:30 am by Dan Ernst
(Center for History and Economics, Harvard University)Moderators: Elizabeth Lhost, Dartmouth College (elizabeth.d.lhost@dartmouth.edu) and Emma Rothschild, Harvard University (rothsch@fas.harvard.edu)Convener: Kalyani Ramnath, Harvard University (kalyaniramnath@fas.harvard.edu)Debjani Bhattacharya, Drexel University (db893@drexel.edu) South Asia 1Julia Stephens, Rutgers University (julia.stephens@rutgers.edu) South Asia 2Tatiana Seijas, Rutgers University… [read post]
21 Aug 2019, 1:09 pm by Dan Ernst
Citizens, 1919-1924Conveners: Kenneth Mack, Harvard Law School (kmack@law.harvard.edu) Laurie Wood, Florida State University (lmwood@fsu.edu) Jacqueline Briggs, University of Toronto (jacq.briggs@utoronto.ca)John Wertheimer, Davidson College (jowertheimer@davidson.eduLaw and Empire in the Sino-Asian Context (Harvard Law School / TBD)12:00 PM – 4:30 PMLegal History and the Persistent Power of State and Local Governments (Cambridge Room)Moderators: Brooke… [read post]
1 Aug 2019, 9:13 am by Steven Cohen
Facts:  This case (AmGuard Insurance Company v. [read post]
16 Jul 2019, 8:40 am by Benjamin Beaton
In 2011, Justice Thomas Lee of the Utah Supreme Court was the first to use corpus linguistics in a judicial opinion: In re the Adoption of Baby E.Z.* Since then, the Utah Supreme Court has continued to use corpus linguistics, and in 2016 majority and dissenting opinions from the Michigan Supreme Court both embraced corpus linguistics in People v. [read post]
16 Jul 2019, 8:40 am by Benjamin Beaton
In 2011, Justice Thomas Lee of the Utah Supreme Court was the first to use corpus linguistics in a judicial opinion: In re the Adoption of Baby E.Z.* Since then, the Utah Supreme Court has continued to use corpus linguistics, and in 2016 majority and dissenting opinions from the Michigan Supreme Court both embraced corpus linguistics in People v. [read post]
16 Jul 2019, 8:40 am by Benjamin Beaton
In 2011, Justice Thomas Lee of the Utah Supreme Court was the first to use corpus linguistics in a judicial opinion: In re the Adoption of Baby E.Z.* Since then, the Utah Supreme Court has continued to use corpus linguistics, and in 2016 majority and dissenting opinions from the Michigan Supreme Court both embraced corpus linguistics in People v. [read post]
14 Jun 2019, 1:57 pm by Rebecca Tushnet
  Indeed, kids do a lot of copying that isn’t even noticed as copying: trace the letters to learn how to write; instruction where we have students watch then do, which is to say copy, then teach, which is to say have others copy you; perhaps this can often be distinguished as processes v. outputs, but copying letters is copying outputs, not just tasks. [read post]
10 Jun 2019, 1:40 pm by Mark Walsh
Justice Thomas with opinion in Parker Drilling v. [read post]
29 May 2019, 7:15 am by Andrew Hamm
” At his Irish Liquor Lawyer blog, Sean O’Leary looks at a Michigan law regulating out-of-state wine retailers that is currently stayed pending the outcome of Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. [read post]
24 May 2019, 7:20 am by Anita Krishnakumar
Thomas’ decision in Hyatt fits within this framework, in that the five justices who voted to overrule did so on the grounds that Nevada v. [read post]