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When lawyers err, clients must pay the price. If a lawyer’s action, or inaction, prevents a client from succeeding in a lawsuit, the lawyer must pay the amount necessary to make the client whole. But… (More)
Small but consistent failures have marked the U.S. endeavor to use military commissions in the struggle against Al Qaeda. The handful of cases have mostly ended in reversals of convictions and… (More)
The Establishment Clause is home to both procedural and substantive disorder. Particularly when evaluating religious speech by the government, the Supreme Court has applied a number of distinct… (More)
Starting with President George W. Bush’s resuscitation of military commissions in November 2001, several sets of procedures have appeared under which the commissions would be conducted. After the… (More)
This article considers the example of one of the odder entities in American legal history: the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. This agency, more commonly called the Freedmen's… (More)
This article argues that the quest for neutrality that has dominated a half-century of Establishment Clause jurisprudence is fundamentally misguided. Drawing a clue from an ancient Chinese… (More)