February 21, 2012
by Elizabeth Imbarlina
JURIST Senior Editor Edward SanFilippo, University of Pittsburgh School of Law Class of 2013, discusses how Pennsylvania House Resolution 535 reveals an underlying tension between the Establishment Clause and free speech... (His opinions are not intended to represent those of JURIST)On January 23, ...[read more]
January 31, 2012
by Leigh Argentieri
JURIST Senior Editor Edward SanFilippo, University of Pittsburgh School of Law Class of 2013, argues that alternative business models can address societal changes in the US... (His opinions are not intended to represent those of JURIST)Americans are restless. A call for change comes from many ...[read more]
January 31, 2012
by Edward SanFilippo
JURIST Guest Columnist Christopher Hale, Senior Counsel at the American Bar Association Center for Human Rights, argues that the Convention Against Torture should not be used as a tool to protect those accused of torture and that the ECCC must prosecute those responsible for torture in ...[read more]
December 13, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
JURIST Guest Columnist Bryan Bullock of the Law Offices of Bryan K. Bullock, LLC argues that the media's uncritical acceptance of Israel's potential aggression towards Iran ignores international legal standards, and highlights a disturbing trend away from the provisions of the UN Charter...The ...[read more]
November 10, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
JURIST Guest Columnist Jim Harper, Director of Information Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, argues that the Supreme Court should use US v. Jones as an opportunity to reaffirm Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure, particularly in light of technological advances... ...[read more]
September 14, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
Leonard Forsman, Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe, says that the tribe's decision to recognize same-sex marriage reflects the community's high value on inclusiveness and the fact that homosexuality historically has not been a divisive issue in the tribe...Last month, the Suquamish Tribal Council ...[read more]
August 16, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
Jessica Montell, Executive Director of B'Tselem, argues that the dismantling of an Israeli settlement in the West Bank under a recent court order is a significant step forward for the rule of law, but is only the first step in ending an illegal settlement enterprise...Earlier this month, the ...[read more]
August 16, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
Patricia Rogosch, a research assistant for the EU Project CONSENT Institute for Information, Telecommunication and Media Law, argues that the Facebook facial recognition feature violates European data protection laws because it was introduced without notifying users and requires users to opt ...[read more]
August 15, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
Collette Adkins Giese, Herpetofauna Staff Attorney for the Center for Biological Diversity, argues that the recent decision upholding congressional action to remove wolves from the endangered species list leaves the species without the federal protections they need...The Center for Biological ...[read more]
June 20, 2011
by Edward SanFilippo
Jennifer Levi: "Recently, the Connecticut Senate passed a bill that adds the phrase "gender identity or expression" to all existing state sex discrimination laws. The Senate's passage followed that of the House of Representatives where the debate had been much lengthier. Governor Dannel Malloy ...[read more]

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