Fri.Jun 26, 2020

New Legal Research Tool Taps Into Caselaw Access Project’s 6.7M Cases

Media Law

It is rare that I get to report on a new legal research tool. Even so-called startups in legal research, such as Casetext and ROSS, have been in business since 2014 or earlier. But today I have news of a new entrant in the field, BuzzyCite.

Tilley on (Re)Categorizing Defamation @CristinaTilley

Media Law Prof Blog

Cristina Tilley, University of Iowa College of Law, is publishing (Re)Categorizing Defamation in volume 94 of the Tulane Law Review (2020). Here is the abstract. This Article makes a tort-based argument for reassessing modern defamation law. It opens by considering

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Judge delays dropping Michael Flynn's criminal case

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Tilley on (Re)Categorizing Defamation @CristinaTilley

Media Law Prof Blog

Cristina Tilley, University of Iowa College of Law, is publishing (Re)Categorizing Defamation in volume 94 of the Tulane Law Review (2020). Here is the abstract. This Article makes a tort-based argument for reassessing modern defamation law. It opens by considering

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A Black Teen Said Her Neck And Face Were Lit On Fire By A Group Of White Men Police said they are investigating the assault as a possible hate crime.

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A Black Teen Said Her Neck And Face Were Lit On Fire By A Group Of White Men ‘’ Police said they are investigating the assault as a possible hate crime. Salvador Hernandez Posted on June 25, 2020, at 6:32 p.m.

Bill Gates predicted pandemic. Hear his advice now.

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U.S. Must Release Children From Family Detention Centers, Judge Rules

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Must Release Children From Family Detention Centers, Judge Rules The ruling applies to children held in the nation’s three family detention centers for more than 20 days. They must be let go by July 17, a federal judge ruled on Friday. By Miriam Jordan Updated 10:18 p.m. ET “Citing the severity of the coronavirus pandemic, a federal judge in Los Angeles on Friday ordered the imminent release of migrant children held in the country’s three family detention centers.