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The Need for Remedies to Combat Fraud in Ballot Initiatives
JURIST Guest Columnist Jessica George of St. John's University discusses the need for a cause of action to remedy fraudulent voting processes ... Equal opportunity initiatives will always remain a hotly contested issue that incites passionate politi (More)
Democratizing the Legal Fight to Reclaim Our Elections
Guest Columnist Kip Wainscott, Head of Legal & External Relations at CrowdJustice, discusses the fight against gerrymandering, and the value of digital organizing tools to empower movements and make them more accessible... (More)
Deportation as a Crime Against Humanity
JURIST Guest Columnist Ali Khan discusses the potential deportation of the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the US, and international documents' and treaties' prohibition on state actions like deportation...Threats of deportations are evo (More)
ICJ Rejects Bosnia & Herzegovina's Request of the Revision of 2007 Judgment
JURIST Guest Columnist Fahira Brodlija, an LLM student at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, discusses the recent ICJ response to Bosnia and Herzegovina's request for a revised judgment from its 2007 lawsuit against Serbia regarding the appl (More)
Harassment at US Airports
JURIST Guest Columnist Ali Khan of Washburn University School of Law discusses the recent executive order banning individuals from seven Muslim-majority countries, and the effects of US Customs and Border Protection officials' perpetuation of harassm (More)
Non-Discrimination Trumps Executive Order
JURIST Guest Columnist Karla McKanders of the University of Tennessee College of Law Immigration Clinic discusses the immigration and constitutional questions surrounding Executive Order 13769 ...Since Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13769, title (More)
Trump's Unconstitutional Muslim Ban
JURIST Contributing Editor, Professor Emerita at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and author Marjorie Cohn discusses the constitutional violations resulting from the executive order banning nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries ... On Januar (More)
The Senate's Role in the Confirmation of Executive Officials
JURIST Guest Columnist William G. Ross of the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University discusses the role of the Senate in the confirmation of executive nominees under the new administration... Controversies involving many of the persons nomi (More)
Benny King and the criminalization of addiction in America
JURIST Guest Columnist Stephen Cooper discusses the story of Benny King and the criminalization of addiction... Benny King is a gregarious, good-hearted, God-fearing 53-year-old black man from Alabama who shouldn’t be in pris (More)
Data Localization Laws: an Emerging Global Trend
JURIST Guest Columnist Courtney Bowman , discusses the emerging trend of localized data and how corporations and governments are reacting this emerging technology... The combined forces of globalization and technology have enabled a (More)
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