Format: 2014-07
Jun 23, 2014
Chicago Tribune - This summer, data scientists and architects in Chicago are working on a new form of civic infrastructure: highly visible, aesthetically pleasing, one-foot-square boxes mounted on light poles that track environmental conditions around them. If this is the new surveillance state, it's nothing like what you expected.
Jun 20, 2014
Opinio Juris - My blogospheric colleagues have begun debating whether the Administration has sufficient domestic legal authority to proceed with what the Times has called a “targeted, highly selective campaign of airstrikes against Sunni militants in Iraq” – reportedly now under contemplation.
Jun 20, 2014
BillMoyers.com - Last week, the city council of Portland, Oregon voted to approve Google Fiber, the high-speed Internet service that Google plans to roll out in 34 cities across the country.
Jun 20, 2014
LA Times - The O.J. Simpson case, which began to unfold 20 years ago this month, was a blip — a significant one, but a blip — in Barry Scheck's legal career. Scheck is now better known as co-founder of the Innocence Project, the not-for-profit dedicated to using DNA evidence to free the innocent from prison, sometimes even from death row.
Jun 20, 2014
The Crime Report - Marci Hamilton, who holds the Paul R. Verkuil Chair in Public Law at Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, spoke about the importance of statutes of limitations for criminal victims to file civil cases.
Jun 12, 2014
Legal Newsline - Alex Stein, a law professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in New York who focuses on medical malpractice and torts, argues that the best way to protect doctors against excessive liability is not through caps.

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