Orin S. Kerr

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This essay is designed to help entering law students understand how to read cases for class. It explains what judicial opinions are, how they are structured, and what you should look for when you read them. Part I explains the various ingredients found in a typical judicial opinion, and is the most essential section of the essay. Part II discusses what you(More)
  • REGULATING CYBER-SECURITY, Nathan Alexander Sales, +5 authors Michael Krauss
  • 2013
The conventional wisdom is that this country’s privately owned critical infrastructure—banks, telecommunications networks, the power grid, and so on—is vulnerable to catastrophic cyber-attacks. The existing academic literature does not adequately grapple with this problem, however, because it conceives of cyber-security in unduly narrow terms: most scholars(More)
For a very long time, it has been an article of faith among liberals and conservatives alike that Lochner v. New York was obviously and irredeemably wrong. Lochner is one of only a few cases that constitute our “anticanon,” universally reviled by the legal community as the “worst of the worst.” Our first claim in this Article is that the orthodoxy in modern(More)
In this Article, Professor Patricia Bellia explores how the law should treat legal claims by owners of Internet-connected computer systems to enjoin unwanted uses of their systems. Over the last few years, this question has become increasingly urgent and controversial, as system owners have sought protection from unsolicited commercial email and(More)
INTRODUCTION................................................................................... 127 I. THE LAW AND PRACTICE OF FOURTH AMENDMENT INJUNCTIONS ............................................................................ 129 II. THE DIFFICULTY WITH BROAD FOURTH AMENDMENT INJUNCTIONS(More)
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