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Commentary: Legal Tech—Some Initial Perspectives from Germany

Thursday 6/13/2019

As in the US, law firms, businesses, and bar associations are grappling with issues of legal tech. My preliminary conversations over the past week with attorneys and academics in Hamburg, Germany, particularly at Bucerius Law School, reveals a vibrant debate over the design of legal practice, the unauthorized practice of law, and the bundling of legal services with technology ...

Shubha Ghosh

Commentary: Jean-Pierre Bemba’s Request for Compensation for Damages from the International Criminal Court

Tuesday 6/11/2019

Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo (Bemba) is the leader of the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) and was the commander-in-chief of its military forces during the Central African Bush War from 2003-2004, during which the MLC was accused of committing war crimes, as well as, crimes against humanity ...

David Crane

Professor Nina Kohn Publishes on Elder Care and Intra-Family Contracts

Tuesday 6/11/2019

Although the law’s treatment of care contracts between older adults and their family caregivers has substantial implications for the country’s ability to meet this [care] demand, there has been no prior empirical examination of the law’s current treatment of such agreements ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Zoli Explores Terror's Organizational Tactics in Terrorism and Political Violence Article

Tuesday 6/4/2019

In this article Zoli and Williams explore the underappreciated role of organizational tactics in terrorist violence in an understudied single case: ISIS’s execution of the Nov. 13, 2015 Paris attacks.

Corri Zoli

Commentary: The Risk of Not Pursuing an Impeachment Inquiry

Thursday 5/23/2019

There are signs the House understands that an impeachment inquiry would bolster the case for judicial enforcement of subpoenas. The resolution seeking a contempt citation against Attorney General William Barr for failing to provide the unredacted Robert Mueller report mentions determining “whether to approve articles of impeachment” ...

David Driesen

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