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April 23, 10:05 PM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Minority Television Project, Inc. v. FCC, No. 13-1124, Brief for Amici Curiae Law Professors in Support of Petitioner




April 23, 03:56 AM   /   Ratio Juris   /   DeFunis, Defunct




April 21, 12:23 AM   /   Agricultural Law   /   Dear Food




April 20, 06:31 PM   /   Agricultural Law   /   General Mills: We've Listened




April 20, 06:23 PM   /   Agricultural Law   /   General Mills: Brilliant Legal Maneuver, or the Worst Public Relations Move Ever




April 19, 12:51 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   “Act naturally!” “Say what?”




April 15, 10:43 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Conscience & Conviction




April 7, 03:28 PM   /   Agricultural Law   /   "From the Land of Sky Blue Waters"




April 4, 04:22 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Prosoche in the Daily Life of a Salonnière in the French Enlightenment




April 2, 02:21 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   And the Survey Says . . .




April 1, 08:36 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   What About Amending UCC Article 2?




April 1, 06:36 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   Video from International Conference on Contracts KCON9 Available




March 28, 04:49 AM   /   MoneyLaw   /   Teaching law, without a care in this world




March 27, 08:09 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   Skeptical about Bitcoin: No Old White Man Here




March 26, 06:18 AM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   An Agricultural Law Jeremiad: The Harvest Is Past, the Summer Is Ended, and Seed Is Not Saved




March 26, 04:39 AM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Words of law




March 25, 03:29 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   Determining Predominate Purpose in Multiple Transaction Dealings




March 25, 01:53 AM   /   Commercial Law   /   CFPB takes on Predatory Student Loan Practices




March 23, 04:15 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Tea Party Politics versus the Collective Intelligence & Rule of the Many: The (elusive) Virtues of Democratic Reason




March 20, 04:56 AM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Flagging prospect theory




March 18, 07:01 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   Auto-Bill Pay Can Pay Your Bills Even After You are Dead




March 18, 05:57 PM   /   Commercial Law   /   International Conference on Contracts Proceedings




March 16, 01:07 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Toward the Recovery & Renewal of Philosophy




March 13, 01:04 AM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Imagination & Power




March 10, 12:22 AM   /   Ratio Juris   /   The Highlander Folk School: A Civil Rights Movement Halfway House




March 9, 04:02 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Can non-human agents using computer language exemplify "knowing about the world?"




March 8, 12:04 AM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Louis Fisher, The Law of the Executive Branch: Presidential Power




March 7, 03:16 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Śaṅkara: Philosopher or Theologian?




March 3, 07:37 PM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Daniel Shaviro, Fixing U.S. International Taxation




March 2, 07:02 AM   /   BioLaw: Law and the Life Sciences   /   Reel Bio-Horror




February 23, 10:16 PM   /   Agricultural Law   /   Are You Doing Your Share?




February 18, 06:57 PM   /   MoneyLaw   /   Self-Adjusting Weighted Averages in Standard Scoring




February 18, 01:16 AM   /   Agricultural Law   /   Kara Newman, The Secret Financial Life of Food




February 16, 06:35 AM   /   MoneyLaw   /   Cnidarians and academic life




February 16, 01:24 AM   /   Ratio Juris   /   The Milosevic Trial: An Autopsy




February 9, 04:24 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Robert A. Dahl (1915 – 2014): “a political scientist who was widely regarded as his profession’s most distinguished student of democratic government”




February 5, 11:00 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   An open and urgent letter to all Buddhists, would-be Buddhists, students & teachers of Indic philosophies and traditions…and all those who fancy themselves Stoic-like cosmopolitan citizens.




February 5, 07:11 AM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Arbitration as an article of constitutional faith




February 2, 11:44 PM   /   Ratio Juris   /   Black History Month: The Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964




February 2, 08:13 AM   /   Jurisdynamics   /   Pinwheel of Fortune




  

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