To the extent that media coverage expands with and expanding internet, I guess this is relevant...
By Jessica Hubley on April 14, 2007 at 12:49 pm
When Nancy Pelosi became the Speaker of the House in January 2007, women all over the country, and certainly female law students, rejoiced at the long-awaited step forward in gender balancing our society. Her election opened a new door for women, and made a successful political career a more viable option for women in general and female law students in particular. Our cheers have since turned to sighs. Read more about To the extent that media coverage expands with and expanding internet, I guess this is relevant...
The Fundamental Problem
By Jessica Hubley on March 20, 2007 at 2:22 pm
After finally reading the briefs from Eldred v. Ashcroft, I have reinvigorated mentally gymnastics about the problem with the application – and continuing existence – of the DCMA. Of course, it’s clear that there is a problem – such a discrepancy between the market and the law is hardly reasonable. But I’ll leave that to those who have already discussed it at length and with much greater understanding than I could offer. Read more about The Fundamental Problem
Who needs Constitutionality anyway?
By Jessica Hubley on January 23, 2007 at 3:59 pm
What exactly is the scope of executive power? We heard about it during the warrentless wiretapping controversy and a myriad of other constitutional faux pax of the current administration, but it seems now that there’s another realm of vast confusion. Read more about Who needs Constitutionality anyway?