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November 3, 2015

Military Commissions and National Security Courts After Guantánamo

In his essay, Professor McNeal outlines several important factors for reformers to consider when proposing alternatives to the current judicial system for trying individuals suspected of involvement in terrorism.   Among these important considerations are the recognition of the constitutional rights of detainees, the importance of ensuring national security through preserving confidential intelligence information, and the problem presented by the current detainees in Guantánamo Bay.  This response, based on my testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, will address these important issues while detailing some of the important factors in my proposal calling for the establishment of a U.S. domestic terror court.

March 29, 2015

Conversation with Julius Miner Moot Court Participants on Kellogg Brown & FCA First-to-File Bar

NULR Online Articles Editor Carlo Felizardo interviews Julius Miner Moot Court problem editor Scott Shelton, along with competition finalists Whitney Woodward and Christian Colburn, about the competition and the Supreme Court's pending decision about the False Claims Act's first-to-file bar in Kellogg Brown & Root Services, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Carter.

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.