March 27 - On Scotusblog: Professor Jeffrey Bellin previewed Samia v. U.S., a Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause case. Read his post, "The Evidentiary Challenges of Confessions in Co-Defendant Trials."
March 6 - Professor Katherine Mims Crocker joined the Balkinization blog symposium about "Shielded," a new book by UCLA Law Professor Joanna Schwartz. Mims Crocker wrote "with Schwartz continuing to provide such imperative insights into the civil-rights landscape, one can only hope for more on the horizon." Read the post.
March 6 - Columbia Law School's Blue Sky Blog featured a post by Professor Kevin S. Haeberle about his new article titled "Fraud-on-the-Market Liability in the ESG Era." Read the post.
February 17 - The Legal Theory Blog featured "The Constitutional Moment that Wasn't: 1912-1914 and the Meaning of the Sherman Act" by Professor Alan J. Meese. Read the post.
April 13 - Columbia Law School's Blue Sky Blog featured a post by Professor Darian Ibrahim about his forthcoming article in Hastings L.J., "A Tokenized Future: Regulatory Lessons from Crowdfunding and Standard Form Contracts." Read the post.
June 23 - In a post on his Bishop Madison blog, Professor Alan J. Meese wrote about the most important antitrust decision in the past 50 years, Continental T.V. v. GTE Sylvania, 433 U.S. 36 (1977). Read the post.
June 12 - In a post on his Bishop Madison blog, Professor Alan J. Meese wrote about the decision that Sylvania overruled, namely, United States v. Arnold Schwinn & Co., 388 U.S. 365 (1967). Read the post.
March 3 - 27 - The Legal History Blog featured five posts by Professor Thomas J. McSweeney, prompted by the recent publication of his book titled Priests of the Law: Roman Law and the Making of the Common Law's First Professionals. Read the posts.