The Restatements of the Law have played a vital role in the rationalization of American jurisprudence for nearly a century. As Justice Anthony M. Kennedy recently remarked at the ALI annual Meeting, the Restatements and the ALI “did for the American, Anglo-American judicial process and for the law in the 1920s what Blackstone had done 150 years earlier.”
In a new report produced by the Policing Project, the Axon AI and Policing Technology Ethics Board is calling for increased regulation of Automated License Plate Readers by both private and public actors in response to Axon Enterprise Inc.’s announcement of its intention to enter the ALPR market.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it canceled its meeting to vote on controversial rule changes to its whistle-blower program.
The University of Wisconsin Releases Preliminary Findings From 2019 AAU Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and MisconductLauren Klosinski
The University of Wisconsin-Madison released the preliminary findings from the 2019 Association of American Universities Campus Climate Survey on Sexual Assault and Misconduct on October 15.
In this interview from PBS News Hour, Amna Nawaz discusses police training, race, and use of force with Seth Stoughton of the University of South Carolina.
The draft of the American Law Institute’s Restatement of Consumer Contracts reflects the jurisdiction of the US courts on the ‘adoption’ (as the draft calls it) of standard contract terms into consumer contracts. This draft is of great value to European lawyers in understanding US developments, but it may also stimulate a reflection on the state and possible evolution of European legal systems.