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Faculty books The judiciary
The federal courts are hailed as protectors of liberty but they often fail to protect the powerless from government misconduct, Aziz Huq argues in a new book
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The same laws that protect consumers from monopoly power could be used to boost wages and improve working conditions, Professor Eric Posner argues in a new book.
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The rise of Big Data could give us tools to create different rules for different people. In a new book, Professors Omri Ben-Shahar and Ariel Porat argue that personalized law might make us more equal.
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In a New Book, Professor Martha C. Nussbaum Examines the Roots of Sexual Assault—and Offers a Path Forward