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March 19, 2015

Conversation with Professor Michael A. Carrier on Antitrust Law and Patent Settlements

In this podcast, Professor Michael A. Carrier discusses antitrust law and patent settlements, as described in his essay How Not to Apply Actavis with NULR Online editor Brian O'Connell.

February 25, 2015

Conversation with Professor Todd Haugh on SOX on Fish

Professor Todd Haugh discusses Yates v. United States and his recent essay, SOX on Fish: A New Harm of Overcriminalization with NULR Online editor Jeff Wojciechowski.

February 25, 2015

Conversation with Professor Michael T. Morley on the Intratextual Independent Legislature

Professor Michael T. Morley discusses his Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission and his essay The Intratextual Independent "Legislature" and the Elections Clause with NULR Online editor Nick Carson.

February 23, 2015

The #Ferguson Effect: Opening the Pandora’s Box of Implicit Racial Bias in Jury Selection

The dangers of attempting to "debias"  juries

Editor's Note:This Essay is the second publication in a three-part series on racial bias in jury selection following a series of high-profile, racially charged events occurring across the country during summer 2014.