Regulators struggle to stem the tide of smuggled drugs, meats, guns, cigarettes, animals, and other goods.
EU member states seek to unify their response to increased asylum seeker arrivals.
Scholars argue that civil forfeiture laws allow the government to deprive people of their property unjustly.
Scholars discuss the origins, scope, and merits of the U.S. Supreme Court’s “major questions doctrine.”
The U.S. Department of State seeks to increase wages and improve labor protections for au pairs.
Scholars discuss the promises and pitfalls of corporate lawyers’ gatekeeping function.
Experts debate the role of pharmacy benefit managers in rising U.S. drug prices.
Scholars debate various methods of funding public education in the United States.
U.S. immigration agency proposes new rule to address problems with temporary work visas.
Regulatory efforts to help students identify cost-effective education programs meet mixed responses.
The regulatory fight over gig worker classification enters a new phase.
Scholars examine the legal uncertainty facing Afghan nationals granted humanitarian parole.