Synopsis

Why Metaphors Matter in AI Law and Policy

Why Metaphors Matter in AI Law and Policy

Scholar warns that figures of speech play an outsized role in shaping artificial intelligence regulation.

Regulating the Great Indoors

Regulating the Great Indoors

Scholar argues that environmental law and policy should expand its scope to inside areas.

Regulating Wartime Artificial Intelligence

Regulating Wartime Artificial Intelligence

Scholar analyzes potential strategies to regulate wartime use of artificial intelligence.

Can Increased Trucker Salaries Lead to Safer Roadways?

Can Increased Trucker Salaries Lead to Safer Roadways?

Scholars argue that higher truck driver wages promote driver compliance with safety regulations.

Against Regulatory Gaslighting

Against Regulatory Gaslighting

Scholar critiques the movement to have regulators adopt business management strategies.

Regulating Online Food Delivery Platforms

Regulating Online Food Delivery Platforms

Scholars study the impact of commission fee caps on online food delivery platforms.

The Case for Stronger Self-Regulation by Lawyers

The Case for Stronger Self-Regulation by Lawyers

Scholars argue that lawyers must do more to discipline their own peers.

Assessing Financial Risk Amid Climate Risk

Assessing Financial Risk Amid Climate Risk

Scholars urge banks and regulators to adapt financial risk models to respond to climate change.

Optimizing Well-Being through Public Spending

Optimizing Well-Being through Public Spending

Scholars suggest that the revised Circular A-94 will help agencies focus on welfare over efficiency in benefit-cost analysis.

Disparities in Debt Relief

Disparities in Debt Relief

Scholar suggests reforms to make debt discharge more equitable under U.S. bankruptcy law.

Advocacy, Inc.

Advocacy, Inc.

Scholar warns that corporate social activism might erode democratic institutions, despite possible benefits.

“Zoning” In on Affordable Housing and Climate Change

“Zoning” In on Affordable Housing and Climate Change

Scholars argue that relaxing zoning laws may not have the effect that policymakers intend.