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Book Review Of The Measure Of Injury: Race, Gender, And Tort Law, By Martha Chamallas And Jennifer B. Wriggins, Anne Bloom, Julie Davies May 2018

Book Review Of The Measure Of Injury: Race, Gender, And Tort Law, By Martha Chamallas And Jennifer B. Wriggins, Anne Bloom, Julie Davies

Anne Bloom

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“Nationwide” Injunctions Are Really “Universal” Injunctions And They Are Never Appropriate, Howard Wasserman May 2018

“Nationwide” Injunctions Are Really “Universal” Injunctions And They Are Never Appropriate, Howard Wasserman

Howard M Wasserman

Federal district courts are routinely issuing broad injunctions prohibiting the federal government from enforcing constitutionally invalid laws, regulations, and policies on immigration and immigration-adjacent issues. Styled “nationwide injunctions,” they prohibit enforcement of the challenges laws not only against the named plaintiffs, but against all people and entities everywhere.

The first problem with these injunctions is one of nomenclature. “Nationwide” suggests something about the “where” of the injunction, the geographic scope in which it protects. The better term is “universal injunction,” which captures the real controversy over the “who” of the injunction, as courts purport to protect the universe of all …


Justice Deferred Is Justice Denied: We Must End Our Failed Experiment In Deferring Corporate Criminal Prosecutions, Peter Reilly Mar 2018

Justice Deferred Is Justice Denied: We Must End Our Failed Experiment In Deferring Corporate Criminal Prosecutions, Peter Reilly

Peter R. Reilly

According to the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”), deferred prosecution agreements are said to occupy an “important middle ground” between declining to prosecute on the one hand, and trials or guilty pleas on the other. A top DOJ official has declared that, over the last decade, the agreements have become a “mainstay” of white collar criminal law enforcement; a prominent criminal law professor calls their increased use part of the “biggest change in corporate law enforcement policy in the last ten years.”

However, despite deferred prosecution’s apparent rise in popularity among law enforcement officials, the article sets forth the argument …


Book Review Of The Inception Of Modern Professional Education: C.C. Langdell, 1826-1906, By Bruce A. Kimball, Christopher Tomlins Feb 2018

Book Review Of The Inception Of Modern Professional Education: C.C. Langdell, 1826-1906, By Bruce A. Kimball, Christopher Tomlins

Christopher Tomlins

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