January arguments, day by day

January arguments, day by day The Supreme Court on Friday released the schedule of oral arguments for the session beginning January 12.  Arguments begin at 10 a.m. each day; each argument will be for one hour.  There will be no afternoon arguments. The daily schedule, with brief summaries of the issues and links to case pages, follows the jump. Monday, January […]

Oklahoma seeks faster health care appeal (UPDATED)

Oklahoma seeks faster health care appeal (UPDATED) UPDATED 11:21 a.m.   The Oklahoma petition for review before the appeals court rules is here.  The state noted that it is willing to have its case, if granted, put on the same briefing schedule as King v. Burwell, and asks for a quick response to its petition if the Court wishes a response.  The state […]

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viewing concessions dampens rancor

In the Atlantic, Robert Wright describes research that my team at Tufts University conducted in partnership with him. He summarizes the research question: Suppose you’re a conservative or a liberal, and you’re watching a debate, and the debater you consider … Continue reading

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the cultural change we would need for climate justice

One way to think about climate change is that “we” (however you define that) have the wrong relationship to nature. We are exploitative and wasteful. We must change our basic orientation to save the world and ourselves: “The survival of the … Continue reading

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Street Law PowerPoints: Teacher Resource CD

Posted by William Chenausky on July 22, 2014 at 2:44pm 0 Comments

Does anyone have a copy of the Street Law Teacher Resource CD with PowerPoints? Is there a way you can email me a couple of PowerPoints? Also, if anyone has used them in class, how would…


The case of the barking dog

Posted by Sandra Wesdock on July 2, 2014 at 7:30am 0 Comments

I can't find a copy of "The case of the barking dog," questions and answers.  Can anyone help please.  I have the 8th edition of the textbook Street Law and it's not included there.  Please, if you have a copy e-mail me at…


Buffer Zones

Posted by Michael Allard on June 10, 2014 at 1:41pm 0 Comments

Some articles on Abortion Clinic Buffer zones (McCullen v Coakley)

New Hampshire Approves A Buffer Zone Around Abortion…


IP Video Contest! (win $$ for your classroom)

Posted by Allison Hawkins on May 13, 2014 at 5:30pm 0 Comments

Teachers/students: How would you like to make some $$$$ by sharing your mad video-making skills and extreme knowledge about the U.S. patent system? Our friends at the …


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