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Legal analysis and commentary from Justia.com with the columinst team of Vikram Amar, Neil Buchanan, Sherry Colb, John Dean, Michael Dorf, Joanna Grossman, Marci Hamilton, Julie Hilden, Joanne Mariner and Anita Ramasastry.
||Campus Unrest and the Fisher Affirmative Action Case||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf comments on recent protests against administrators on various campuses across the United States. Dorf argues that the protests reflect the failure of campus administrators, faculty, and students to follo[...]||17/11/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Are the “bin Laden” Memos the New Torture Memos?||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf comments on the memoranda that supported the legality of the 2011 Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan. Dorf argues that these “bin Laden” memos are, in at least one respect, as bad a||3/11/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||A Hard Slide in a Baseball Playoff Game Raises Multiple “Legal” Issues||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses a baseball play during Game 2 of the National League Division Series to illustrate the legal concept of legal rules as written as distinguished from legal rules enforced.||18/10/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||“Shout Your Abortion” Movement Raises Questions About the “Coming Out” Analogy||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses the #ShoutYourAbortion movement intended to destigmatize abortion. Dorf describes how people “coming out” as being gay or lesbian helped destigmatize sexual orientation, and how coming out as h[.||6/10/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Six Republican Presidential Candidates in Search of the Constitution||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses the second GOP presidential debate and the candidates' varied, often concerning, interpretations of the U.S. Constitution.||22/9/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Must County Clerks Issue Marriage Licenses?||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf comments on the developing situation regarding Kim Davis—the Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk who refuses to grant same-sex marriage licenses—and argues that, with one possible exception, the courts were ri[.||3/9/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||People Born in the United States Are Properly Citizens||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses Donald Trump’s call to end birthright citizenship as part of immigration reform. Dorf argues that birthright citizenship implements widely shared and characteristically American values and that[...||25/8/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Federal District Court Invalidates Idaho “Ag-Gag” Law||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses the implications of a recent decision by a federal district court invalidating an Idaho law that criminalizes entering a “agricultural production facility” under false pretenses and also crimin[.||11/8/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Were Planned Parenthood Officials Defamed by Misleading Videos?||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf considers to what extent defamation law provides a remedy for people who appear in deliberately misleading audiovisual recordings, as in the recently released videos ostensibly showing senior officials o[...]||28/7/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Raisins, Regulations, and Politics in the Supreme Court||Cornell University law professor Michael Dorf discusses a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that provides a window into how the Roberts Court understands its role with respect to economic regulation.||14/7/2015||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|