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Thursday 16 Nov 2017

JURIST Guest Columnist Michael Krauss of the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School discusses the "crime fraud exception" to attorney-client privilege and how it applies to the recent situation with Paul Manafort and Robert Mueller...The attorney-client privilege is a common law privilege against testifying about the content of confidential [read more]

Wednesday 15 Nov 2017

JURIST Guest Columnist Professor Uché Ewelukwa Ofodile of the University of Arkansas School of Law discusses answers to questions about Arkansas' new right of publicity legislation ... The right of publicity is the right to control the commercial use of one's identity. Over the years, a growing number of celebrities, [read more]

Tuesday 7 Nov 2017

In one of my favorite scenes from The Wire, the great HBO television series about crime, cops, and life in Baltimore, detectives Bunk Moreland and Jimmy McNulty sit in an interrogation room across the table from a young African American man they call Cheese. The detectives suspect Cheese in one [read more]

Tuesday 7 Nov 2017

JURIST Guest Columnist Ricardo Arredondo of the University of Buenos Aires School of Law discusses the aftermath of recent violence against Argentine diplomatic facilities in Chile... On the night of October 23, both the residence of the Argentine Embassy and the Consulate General in Santiago de Chile were exposed to [read more]

Monday 6 Nov 2017

JURIST Guest Columnist David M. Crane of the Syracuse University College of Law discusses recent harmful developments regarding the restriction of chemical weapons in international law...The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) should not ignore or walk away from the alleged use of any prohibited weapon, such as chemicals, as it [read more]

Thursday 2 Nov 2017

JURIST Guest Columnist Pacifique Manirakiza of the University of Ottawa discusses the effectiveness of Burundi's withdrawal from ICC...On October 27th, 2017 Burundi became the first State Party to withdraw from the Rome Treaty creating the International Criminal Court (ICC), in accordance with the provisions of Article 127. It is worth [read more]

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