Taking Stock: Open Questions and Unfinished Business Under VAWA Amendments to the Indian Civil Rights Act
This Article analyzes whether the presence or absence of special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction has any bearing on a Tribal court’s power to hear and resolve VAWA 2013 cases. It also explores whether the existence of these facts and circumstance can be resolved as a matter of law by a court or whether they are elements that must be submitted to a jury.
At the 2022 Annual Meeting, members of The American Law Institute voted to approve Tentative Draft No. 4 of Principles of the Law, Policing. The vote marks the completion of this project.
ALI Membership Approves Principles of the Law, Student Sexual Misconduct: Procedural Frameworks for Colleges and Universities
ALI members voted at The American Law Institute’s Annual Meeting to approve Principles of the Law, Student Sexual Misconduct: Procedural Frameworks for Colleges and Universities.
The post contains black letter excerpted from Principles of the Law, Policing, Tentative Draft No. 4.
This post includes black letter excerpted from Restatement of the Law, Children and the Law, Tentative Draft No. 4.
In this video, Reporters Douglas Laycock and Richard L. Hasen provide an overview of Tentative Draft No. 1 of Restatement of the Law Third, Torts: Remedies, which includes a significant portion of Chapter 1 on Compensatory Damages.