A government that increasingly operates on the basis of artificial intelligence will still need to supply human empathy.
Scholars discuss the interests and priorities motivating global surrogacy regulations.
Two essays by the student winners of a Penn Carey Law essay competition describe important regulatory issues.
Scholar sees design flaws in federal water pollution law as fueling rival legal theories.
Scholars claim that the cost of regulatory compliance disproportionately affects medium-sized firms.
Scholars offer a new analytic approach to testing platforms for self-preferencing bias.
OSHA should use machine learning to improve the effectiveness of its regulatory inspections.
Scholars recommend regulations to address the risks associated with sports gambling legalization.
Scholars predict that colleges may continue affirmative action practices despite contrary Supreme Court decision.
Scholar calls for regulation to counter cigarette addiction while limiting increased vaping among non-smokers.
Scholars advocate greater accountability for lawyers who guide what public firms share with investors.
The U.S. government should improve access for noncitizens to evidence in immigration hearings.