Mon.Jan 07, 2019

Hudson on Anti-Profanity Laws and the First Amendment

Media Law Prof Blog

David L. Hudson, Jr., has published Anti-Profanity Laws and the First Amendment at 42 T. Marshall L. 203 (2017). Here is the abstract. The essay first examines several current state laws that prohibit profanity under certain circumstances. It then

ALI’s Restatement of Copyright Scandal

Music Technology Policy

Shownotes for Restatement Scandal: ALI Restatement of Copyright Progress Status (note no chapters have been approved). American Law Institute, Restatement of Copyright project. Restatement of Copyright Participants. Samuelson Letter to ALI Requesting Restatement of Copyright.

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Call For Presentation Proposals: Institute For Teaching and Learning Summer Conference

Media Law Prof Blog

From the mailbox: The Institute for Teaching and Learning Summer Conference, "Teaching Today's Law Students," will be held at Washburn University School of Law, June 3-5, 2019. Here's a link to the Call for Presentation Proposals. Proposals for 60 minute

LawNext Episode 24: Making Legal Research Better, with Judicata Founder Itai Gurari

Media Law

With Judicata , Itai Gurari believes he has built a better legal research platform. A lawyer and computer scientist, his approach to designing a legal research engine was to first “map the legal genome” — that is, map the law with extreme accuracy and granularity.

Newman on Interpreting Freedom of Thought in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms @UsaskLaw

Media Law Prof Blog

Dwight G. Newman, University of Saskatchewan College of Law, is publishing Interpreting Freedom of Thought in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in volume 85 of the Supreme Court Law Review. Here is the abstract. The fundamental freedoms set

This is the legal provision which prohibits Trump from legally using the military to build a wall. I don't believe that conservative judges will support the President in this legal violation.

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

343 U.S. 579 (1952) YOUNGSTOWN SHEET & TUBE CO. ET AL. SAWYER. Supreme Court of United States. Argued May 12-13, 1952. Decided June 2, 1952. CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT.[*] ".The

Rep. Lieu: Trump’s national emergency is ‘made up’

Communications And Entertainment Law Blog

Lieu: Trump’s national emergency is ‘made up

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