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Lawrence Friedman’s novel The Late Doctor Savage proves where there’s a will there’s a murder

Frank May practices law in San Mateo, California. Much of his practice deals with estate planning—wills, trusts, and related matters. So dead people are very much on his mind and the mind of his clients. But not, for the most part, unnatural deaths. Yet mysterious deaths, for some odd reason, seem [...]


Yale Law Journal’s Issue 8 discusses OMB control of agencies, parental rights of dads & gay couples, plus civil forfeiture’s constitutionality

This issue of the Yale Law Journal includes: • Article, “The President’s Budget as a Source of Agency Policy Control,” Eloise Pasachoff; • Article, “Foundling Fathers: (Non-)Marriage and Parental Rights in the Age of Equality,” Serena Mayeri; and • Feature, “The Constitutionality of Civil Forfeiture,” Caleb Nelson.
The student research contributions are:
• Note, “Founding-Era Jus Ad Bellum and [...]


Thorsten Sellin’s Slavery and the Penal System is Digitally Remastered:™ Shows history of using slave labor as criminal sentence, invention of the treadmill

The classic and groundbreaking study of penal slavery throughout the ages is finally available again. Previously a rare book — despite the fact that it is widely quoted and cited by scholars in the field of sociology, penology, and criminology — this book can now be accessed easily worldwide and be assigned again to classes.
Now in its [...]


Yale Law Journal’s Issue 7 discusses sex discrimination and harassment in universities under Title IX

This issue of the Yale Law Journal include these contents:
• Essay, “Fiduciary Political Theory: A Critique,” by Ethan J. Leib and Stephen R. Galoob
• Note, “The Modification of Decrees in the Original Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court,” by James G. Mandilk
In addition, the issue includes an extensive collection of Features by leading scholars, entitled “A Conversation [...]

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