Assistant Professor Genevieve Lakier has been awarded the 2016 Harry W. Stonecipher Award for Distinguished Research in Media Law and Policy for her 2015 article, "The Invention of Low-Value Speech...
The FAA, correctly remembering that its primary role is to regulate safety, not comfort, has been reluctant so far to intervene in the matter and to issue seat-size regulations.
It is a fairly significant test of the ability of states attorney generals to hold corporations accountable for their actions related to climate, with far-reaching consequences for the United State...
To assess how Americans weigh the trade-off between preserving civil liberties and halting the spread of the coronavirus, we conducted a survey last week, just as state and local governments were beginning to implement their most restrictive policies yet. The survey reveals a remarkable willingness to tolerate civil-rights violations in order to confront the pandemic, regardless of party affiliation.
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Participating faculty: Omri Ben-Shahar