August 29 - In a post on his Bishop Madison blog, Professor Alan J. Meese rebutted Erwin Chemerinsky's claim that an original meaning approach to constitutional interpretation would somehow preclude election of a female president. Read the post.
August 12 - Professor Eric Chason's recent presentation on the potential tax issues for hard forks was discussed in a post on the Business Law Prof Blog. Read the post titled "Why lawyers, law professors and judges should care about Blockchain."
August 8 - The American Constitution Society blog featured a post by Professor Timothy Zick titled "The First Amendment, the Second Amendment, and 3D Firearms." Read the post.
August 7 - SCOTUSblog featured a post by Professor Timothy Zick titled "Judge Kavanaugh and Freedom of Expression" as part of its continuing coverage of Judge Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. Read the post.
July 10 - In a post on his Bishop Madison blog, Professor Alan J. Meese rebutted Laurence Tribe's claim that overruling Roe v. Wade would thereby empower states to compel abortions. Read the post.
May 23 - The CLS Blue Sky blog featured a post by Professor Kevin S. Haeberle and Professor M. Todd Henderson about their forthcoming article, "Making a Market for Corporate Disclosure." Read the post.