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How Not to Lie About Affirmative Action

This Article empirically examines the six primary deficiencies impacting extant research on affirmative action in law schools and highlights how inattention to—and sometimes outright disregard for—these issues continues to muddy the debate over...

Post-COVID Courts

Abstract As with so much else in American life, the COVID-19 crisis delivered a gut punch to our justice system.  And the worst is yet to come, as federal and state courts alike are soon to fill with cases reflecting the failing finances and fraying...

Presidential Crimes Matter

Abstract The resignations of United States Attorneys Geoffrey Berman and Jessie Liu from their respective positions in the Southern District of New York and the District of Columbia, and Attorney General William Barr’s and President Donald Trump’s...

The Law & Politics of Cyberattack Attribution

Attribution of cyberattacks requires identifying those responsible for bad acts, prominently including states. To guard against baseless or false attributions, this Article argues that states should establish an international law requirement that...