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Edward Snowden: Hero or traitor?
This article asks this question: Is Eric Snowden a hero or a traitor? It works to the answer with a discussion of each of the following: a brief history of domestic surveillance by the United States Government and how that ...
Civic underpinnings of legal change: Gay rights, abortion, and gun control
This article offers a civic view of legal change. This view emphasizes the role of citizens and describes the connection between civic bonds and new, sustainable legal doctrine, especially constitutional doctrine. Three ...
(International Humanitarian Law Clinic at Emory University School of Law, 2014)
Social capital in constitutional law: The case of religious norm enforcemet through prayer at public occasions
Distinguishing private action from government action is the first question of constitutional law. The distinction blurs most when the government and private actors jointly cause harm. Not surprisingly, then, the Supreme ...
Counteracting ambition: Applying corporate compliance and ethics to the separation of powers concerns with domestic surveillance
When it comes to domestic surveillance, even in the name of foreign intelligence, one constitutional challenge is to balance suspicion of and confidence in executive power - to leave the executive flexibility to meet ...
Unpublished Free Exercise opinion in Jensen v. Quaring
Since they were opened to the public in March 2004, the Harry A. Blackmun Papers at the Library of Congress have provided a wealth of information about the United States Supreme Court and its landmark decisions. This Essay ...