Rights

Defining “Assault Weapons”

Attempts to regulate “assault weapons” will be futile as long as the term lacks a clear definition.

What Firearms Law and Regulatory Scholarship Can Learn from Each Other

Firearms law and regulatory scholars must come together to tackle the gun control problem.

Effective Gun Regulation Can Be Compatible with Gun Rights

Lobbying and appropriations limits undermine the enforcement of gun regulations.

It’s Time to Modernize Election Laws

Scholar argues that federal campaign laws need to be updated to reflect both legal and social changes.

Sanctuary Outside of Big Cities

Smaller local jurisdictions are adopting pro-immigration policies at an unprecedented rate.

Exposing Children on the Internet

Law student argues that recent European Union privacy regulation does not fully protect children.

Rethinking Privacy on the Job

As surveillance of work activity increases, scholars argue for protecting privacy of employees.

Elections Have Consequences, on Future Elections

The Supreme Court’s approval of Ohio’s voting roll purge will limit voter turnout in future elections.

Inconsistent Views on Waiving Rights in Employment

The Court has set two different standards for when employees can waive their workplace rights.

Is There Any Role Left for Federal Regulation of Sports Wagering?

Despite a watershed ruling, the gaming industry must still contend with onerous and redundant state oversight.

Jennings v. Rodriguez in an Era of Mass Incarceration of Non-Citizens

Uncertainty remains surrounding the fate of non-citizens seeking a home in the United States.

Right-to-Work Reaches Public Unions

Court holds that agency fees are compelled speech prohibited by the First Amendment.