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Are Unpublished Opinions Inconsistent with the Right of Access?

By the end of their first week in law school, law students have all learned at least one thing: the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“FRCP”) are very important.

Twenty-First Century First Amendment: Public Forums in the Digital Age

In 2017, the Supreme Court recognized in Packingham v. North Carolina that “[w]hile in the past there may have been difficulty in identifying the most important places (in a spatial sense) for the exchange of views, today the answer is clear. It is cyberspace . . . and social media in particular.”

Charging Bull and Fearless Girl: Conflict between Artists’ Rights and First Amendment Freedoms

When Kristen Visbel’s “Fearless Girl” was installed at Bowling Green in Manhattan’s Financial District in March of 2017, the statue was hailed by many as an iconic representation of female empowerment. Placed in the path of Wall Street’s famous “Charging Bull,” “Fearless Girl” stares down the massive animal with shoulders back and pigtails flying. Now, more than a year after her installation, “Fearless Girl” continues to draw crowds of tourists, and may soon be moved—along with her charging nemesis—to a location more suited to her flocks of admirers. As with many works of public art, it wasn’t

Newly Disclosed Documents on the Five Eyes Alliance and What They Tell Us about Intelligence-Sharing Agreements

The United States is party to a number of international intelligence sharing arrangements—one of the most prominent being the so-called “Five Eyes” alliance.

Open Government Overseas

I was a reporter before coming to law school, but in the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic, I find myself helping to litigate Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests without ever having filed one myself.