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Post date: Posted on: July 22, 2016

In an article on TechPolicyDaily.com—the voice of American Enterprise Institute’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy—Professor Babette Boliek discusses legal issues related to

Tags: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Consumer Protection, Contracts, Premises Liability, Social Media, Technology & Law, Torts
Post date: Posted on: May 7, 2016

We have posted many times about the problems in and facing legal education—e.g., here. But a bright spot in legal education is the University of New Hampshire School of Law (UNH Law).

Tags: Consumer Protection, Legal Industry, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: February 25, 2016

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Paul Bauer and Christopher Hawkins analyze the potential liabilities of drones and the need for tailored insurance policies to cover the

Tags: Consumer Protection, Contracts, Technology & Law, Torts
Post date: Posted on: January 30, 2016

According to Law School Transparency, a non-profit organization founded in 2009 by two Vanderbilt Law School students, now attorneys, whose mission is “to make entry to the legal profession more transparent, affordable,

Tags: Consumer Protection, Legal Industry, Legal Theory
Post date: Posted on: January 23, 2016

In a Forbes article, Nick Sibilla of the Institute of Justice writes:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Real Estate / Real Property
Post date: Posted on: January 9, 2016

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its annual review of campus speech codes:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties
Post date: Posted on: January 4, 2016

At the Library of Law and Liberty blog, Mark Pulliam has posted a review of George Mason University law school professor Ilya Somin’s book

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Legal History, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property
Post date: Posted on: December 23, 2015

As highlighted by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), New Hampshire state representatives Frank Edelblut (R) and Alan Turcotte (D) have

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: December 17, 2015

According to a recent 7th Circuit US Court of Appeals opinion authored by Judge Posner, the answer is “no.” In a Forbes article, Nick Sibilla of the Institute of Justice wrote about the case—Backpage.com, LLC v. Dart—and court’s opinion:

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Legal Ethics, Social Media, Technology & Law

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