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Norwegian Terror Laws Should Not be Expanded
JURIST Guest Columnist Per Lægreid of the University of Bergen argues that Norwegian anti-terror laws should not be expanded to individuals planning terror attacks and that when faced with the choice between upholding individual liberties and at (More)
Statutory Ambiguity and Judicial Deference to the IRS
JURIST Guest Columnist Elizabeth Milito, Senior Executive Counsel for the National Federation of Independent Business Small Business Legal Center, says that a case recently argued before the Supreme Court will have significant implications for the ju (More)
Gun Ownership Rights Violated in Messerschmidt v. Millender
JURIST Contributing Editor Stephen Halbrook, Counsel for the National Rifle Association in the case of Messerschmidt v. Millender, argues that the police violated clearly established gun ownership rights in seizing the guns of all those present withi (More)
Gaddafi's Death a Missed Opportunity for the Rule of Law
JURIST Contributing Editor Gabor Rona, International Legal Director of Human Rights First, argues that the death of Muammar Gaddafi may constitute a war crime under international standards and represents multiple missed opportunities for true justice (More)
US Response to Gaddafi's Death Sets Bad Precedent
JURIST Guest Columnist Patricia DeGennaro, International Affairs Specialist and Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, says that the recent killing of Muammar Gaddafi sets a dangerous precedent of deposing dictators through military force over (More)