There’s a narrative about the First Amendment that has been amplified by the ongoing debate about the US Supreme Court’s 2010 ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, and it goes s...
"They got in the habit of deciding cases on narrow grounds so that there would be more agreement among themselves, and they seem to have toned down their rhetoric a bit, too."
Review: McAdams Does a 'Beautiful Job,' Uses 'Elegant and Lucid Prose' in 'The Expressive Powers of Law'
McAdams makes the case that law, through its ability to communicate information, is often able to induce people to comply regardless of whether there are penalties or whether people think that the ...
Thanks to Rudy Giuliani’s report that special prosecutor Robert Mueller told him he couldn’t legally indict President Trump, we are again confronted with a question of constitutional law for which there is no settled answer: Can a sitting president be indicted for criminal activity?
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Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law