October 3 - In a blog titled "Fundamental Right or Public Benefit?," Professor Alan Meese blogged about the case of Sergio Garcia, an undocumented immigrant who passed the California Bar exam and wants to become a lawyer in the state. The California Supreme Court will rule on the case later this year. Read the blog.
September 27 - Professor Vivian Hamilton wrote about the United Kingdom’s Labour Party submitting a bill to lower the national voting age to 16 in a blog titled "Votes at 16: Democracy Experts Respond to Ed Miliband's Proposal." Read the blog.
August 3 - In a blog titled "A History Lesson on Civil Rights for the New York Times," Professor Alan Meese took issue with the paper's obituary chronicling the life of William Scranton, who died on July 28. Scranton served as a congressman, as a governor of Pennsylvania, and as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
July 31 - Professor Alan Meese wrote a blog titled "Supreme Court Fails to Defend 'Competition on the Merits.'" "This most recent term," wrote Meese, "the Supreme Court passed up a significant opportunity both to clarify an important facet of antitrust doctrine and to correct an erroneous decision of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals." Read the blog.
June 7 - Professor Michael Steven Green posted a review on Jotwell of Karl N. Llewellyn's The Theory of Rules, edited and with an introduction by Frederick Schauer (Univ. of Chicago Press, 2011). Read the blog.
May 27 - In a blog titled "Do Tesla Buyers Need a Nanny (State)?," Professor Alan Meese wrote about proposed legislation in North Carolina's House of Representatives that would prohibit both communications between car manufacturers and consumers and sales over the internet. Read the blog.
May 9 & 10 - Professor D. Daniel Sokol of the University of Florida Levin School of Law blogged about two articles by Professor Alan Meese. In a May 9 post, Professor Sokol lauded as "wonderful" the article titled "Standard Oil as Lochner's Trojan Horse (SSRN)." Read the blog. In a May 10 post, Professor Sokol blogged about the article titled "Reframing the (False?) Choice between Purchaser Welfare and Total Welfare (SSRN)." Read the blog.
March 27 - When Chief Justice Roberts asked if President Obama had the courage of his convictions during oral arguments regarding the Defense of Marriage Act, he echoed Professor Alan Meese, who asked the same question over 2 years ago. Read the blog.
March 27 - Professor Thom Lambert of the University of Missouri School of Law blogged about the amicus brief he signed along with 17 other scholars, including Professor Alan Meese, urging the Supreme Court to grant certiorari in Eaton Corp. v. ZF Meritor, LLC, and reverse an antitrust decision by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Read the brief. Read the blog. Thomsonreuters.com referred to the group as "a group of renowned economists and law professors."
March 20 - According to Professor Alan Meese, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit "struck a blow for economic liberty, efficiency, and consumer welfare," in its decision in St. Joseph Abbey v. Louisiana State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors. Read the blog. Meese's blog was referenced on March 25 in the blog Truth on the Market in a post titled "Meese, Mellor & Rowes on Economic Liberty and the Fourteenth Amendment."
March 5 - Professor Christopher L. Griffin, Jr., and Georgetown University Law Center Fellow Dov Fox shared their views in a blog titled "Greater Disability Protection Doesn't Mean Less Selective Abortion" as guests on The Blog (Huffington Post).
February 19 - Professor Timothy Zick, author of a new book titled The Cosmopolitan First Amendment, Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming, 2013, SSRN) wrote about the book's inquiry into the non-domestic aspects of expressive and religious liberties on I-CONnect.
January 22 - Professor Jason Solomon's 2012 Emory Law Journal article (SSRN) on the civil jury was highlighted on Jotwell. Reviewer Suja A. Thomas of the University of Illinois College of Law wrote that it was a "joy to read and should be widely cited."
January 7 - A number of blogs and websites reposted or discussed Professor Alan Meese's December 31 blog post on Robert Bork's singular influence on antitrust law. Truth on the Market praised the blog as a "terrific tribute." Volokh Conspiracy noted that it "explains why ... Bork likely had an even greater effect on antitrust law than on the popular debate over constitutional interpretation." Other blogs or sites taking note of the post included Antitrust & Competition Policy Blog, The #Antitrust Daily, Chillin' Competition (which called Meese's blog the "best post on Bork's contribution to antitrust law"), International Center for Law and Economics, and Point of Law.com.
January 1-31 - Erieblogging: Each day this month Professor Michael Steven Green posted an un- or underexplored question about this landmark decision on PrawfsBlawg. They were simultaneously posted on his CivPro blog.