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Administering the Workplace Constitution

Administering the Workplace Constitution

The Constitution is distinct and alive in the administrative state.

New York City Considers a “Civil Gideon” for Housing Court

New York City Considers a “Civil Gideon” for Housing Court

Proposed change to New York City’s code would provide free legal counsel to low-income tenants facing eviction.

Analyzing a Universal Basic Income

Analyzing a Universal Basic Income

Is a universal basic income better than unemployment insurance?

Can Copyright Law Protect Revenge Porn Victims?

Can Copyright Law Protect Revenge Porn Victims?

Copyright protection may provide a possible tool in the fight against revenge porn.

Justice Department Proposes Disability Accommodations for Moviegoers

Justice Department Proposes Disability Accommodations for Moviegoers

Proposed rule would require theaters to show movies with closed captioning and audio description for disabled patrons.

Proposed Safeguards for Free Immigration Legal Services

Proposed Safeguards for Free Immigration Legal Services

Proposed rule could improve the accuracy of government list of free sources of legal aid.

Shorter Sentences for Parole Violators

Shorter Sentences for Parole Violators

Parole Commission considers new rule to reduce sentences for minor parole violations.

Quality Control and Criminal Justice

Quality Control and Criminal Justice

Can methods used to reduce health care and aviation errors apply to the criminal justice system?

Inflating Civil Penalties

Inflating Civil Penalties

FDA adjusts maximum civil money penalties to account for inflation.

Cracks Emerge in U.S. Prohibition on Industrial Hemp Cultivation

Cracks Emerge in U.S. Prohibition on Industrial Hemp Cultivation

As 2014 Farm Bill loosens federal restrictions, states look to gain new revenue.

Unmasking Patent Trolls

Unmasking Patent Trolls

Patent and Trademark Office proposes rule that would seek to increase transparency in patent ownership.

Private Rules, Public Goods

Private Rules, Public Goods

New book examines agents and entrepreneurs in today’s global environmental governance.