Legal news from Monday, March 3, 2003
16:03 EDT

[JURIST] JURIST's Paper Chase has outgrown the confines of JURIST's front page, and is about to move to a new webpage all its own. Paper Chase updates will be very intermittent over the next couple of days as we make the transition, and our front page is adjusted accordingly. Paper [read more]

10:03 EDT

[JURIST] As previously noted in JURIST's Paper Chase, UC Berkeley School of Law [official website] and Stanford Law School [official website] both hosted major IP and technology law conferences over the weekend. The New York Times reports in its Monday edition.Harold Koh [faculty profile] and Amy Chua [faculty profile] joined [read more]

08:03 EDT

[JURIST] Monday on SSRN:Law, Rules and Presidential Selection [abstract] by Samuel Issacharoff [faculty profile] of Columbia Law School [official website]From the Abstract: "Robert Dahl, in 'How Democratic is the American Constitution?' criticizes the institution of the Electoral College as 'morally, politically, and constitutionally wrong.' This Article addresses the third of [read more]

06:03 EDT

[JURIST] The US Supreme Court hears arguments Monday in Sell v. US [US SC docket] (forced medication, competency to stand trial - read backgrounders from DC appellate litigators Goldstein & Howe and Sam Heldman) and Ryan v. Telemarketing Associates [US SC docket] (First Amendment, telemarketing fraud - more from Goldstein [read more]

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