The 14th Amendment: A Living Document

By Dean Danielle Conway I often like to think about the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution as the ultimate “do over.” The 14th Amendment reordered the structure of the federal government and its relationship to the states as … continue reading

Café Creep

By Professor Sarah Schindler I have been thinking a lot lately about public space and private space. The project I’m currently working on examines privately owned property that functions as public space. This occurs when building owners make a portion … continue reading

The South China Sea Arbitration

By Professor Charles H. Norchi In July, a tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration sitting in The Hague unleashed a judicial tsunami that could sweep away many Chinese claims to the South China Sea. This summer scholars, students and … continue reading

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