Pune: 15/02/2022:- Symbiosis Law School, Pune, is organizing “Regional Consultation on Criminal Law Review – Improving Status of Women” in collaboration with National Commission for Women, New Delhi, at their invitation special in the western region. The event will take place on February 16, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00Read More →

Hyderabad: Mahindra University Law School hosted a constitutional law webinar on the topic: 72 Years of Constitutional Democracy: Merits and Cons. On the occasion of the 72nd day of the Constitution. Judge B Chandrakumar, retired judge of the High Court of the PA and Professor (Dr) Inukonda Thirumali, renowned academician,Read More →

Dr. Alexandra R. Harrington – Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Global Governance and Emerging Law and Research Director of the Center for International Sustainable Development Law – is available to speak on the continued withdrawal of U.S. and international forces from Afghanistan and the ramifications on countryRead More →

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India]June 23 (ANI/BusinessWire India): SVKM’s NMIMS, reputed to be a university, one of India’s leading educational institutions with a 40-year legacy of academic excellence, has introduced criminal law as a new majoring in his Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSOL) in Mumbai.Read More →

Zoe Berg, photo editor On February 18, the Yale Cyber ​​Leadership Forum hosted a virtual discussion titled “Criminal Law Enforcement Across National Borders.” The session, open to the general public on Zoom, was the second of seven bi-weekly Thursday webinars this semester designed to bridge the gap between the legal,Read More →

In an interview Monday on Boston Public Radio, constitutional law expert Laurence Tribe said the upcoming Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump would be “completely devastating for the country to watch” and predicted that a handful of Republican Trump supporters in the Senate would be “shaken” by aRead More →

KALAMAZOO, Michigan – House Democrats introduced an impeachment article Tuesday accusing President Donald Trump of “inciting insurgency.” The move follows last week’s deadly riot on the United States Capitol and alleges Trump has “endangered” the country. “What the House has done here is a real gunshot,” said Devin Schindler. “ItRead More →

DENVER (CBS4) – While many wonder if Twitter’s indefinite suspension of President Donald Trump’s account was ethically correct, social media and legal experts say Twitter legally cut the president off their platform. Some Republicans have accused the social media giant of suppressing conservative voices and ideologies in favor of promotingRead More →

Credit: Martha Stewart Christopher Lewis, a political philosopher and specialist in the criminal legal system, has been appointed assistant professor of law at Harvard Law School, effective January 1. Lewis’s research explores how law, particularly criminal law, can be administered more fairly in response to social and economic inequality inRead More →

An Introduction to Constitutional Law: 100 Supreme Court Decisions Everyone Should Know came out a year ago. Randy and I threw the book at Georgetown University Law Center on Constitution Day, rightly so. We are proud to report that we have sold 16,779 paperback copies, including 10,431 on Amazon. WeRead More →

Benjamin Eidelson, an expert in constitutional law and legal theory, joined the Harvard Law School faculty as an assistant professor, effective July 1. Trained in both law and philosophy, Eidelson specializes in issues at the intersection of the two disciplines. Her work explores the interplay of legal doctrines and moralRead More →

The practical importance of constitutional law is evident in media coverage of burning issues such as health care, gun control, ballot access, abortion, and same-sex marriage, all recent (and possibly future) of deliberation and binding decision by the United States Supreme Court. In the introduction to their new book, UnitedRead More →

With much of the United States divided on various political and social issues, prospective law students may be excited about the idea of ​​defending Americans’ rights and freedoms through the practice of constitutional law. But law professors and practicing lawyers say legal jobs focused exclusively on constitutional law are extremelyRead More →

CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — Vikram Amar, senior associate dean for academic affairs and professor of law at the University of California at Davis School of Law, has been named dean of the University of Illinois College of Lawpending U board approval. of I. at its July 23 meeting in Chicago. Amar,Read More →