This winter, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a tug-of-war between the states and the federal government over drug policy. We asked constitutional law expert Professor Richard H. Fallon to predict how the Court will rule.
In April, during one of the most violent periods of fighting in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime, Assistant Professor Ryan Goodman’s Public International Law class struggled to determine when the use of force is legal and what to do when force may be illegal yet legitimate.
Justice Antonin Scalia ’60 went duck hunting with Vice President Dick Cheney three weeks after the Supreme Court agreed to hear Cheney’s appeal of a lower court order that he turn over records of the closed energy task force meetings he held in 2001.
Unbound, HLS’s first online journal, opened up shop in cyberspace in the fall and plans to take advantage of what the neighborhood has to offer, like streaming video, discussion boards and links to related sites for legal activism.