- Kenneth Mack, Harvard Law School, reviews Until I Am Free: Fannie Lou Hamer's Enduring Message to America (Beacon Press), by Keisha N. Blain, in WaPo.
- Samuel Evan Milner, Ph.D and a J.D. candidate at the University of Chicago Law School, will discuss his soon to be published book, Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: Power, Profits, and Productivity in Modern America (Yale University Press), with Todd Henderson and Eric Posner under the auspices of Chicago Law’s Center on Law and Finance on December 15, beginning at 12:15 pm Central Time. The book treats “the history of corporate governance, oligopoly, and labor” and its implications for the present. Register here.
- Extraterritoriality and Legal Belonging in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean, by Jessica M. Marglin.
- Florida has cleared the Groveland Four (Florida Courier). See John Q. Barrett's substantial post on the case to The Jackson List.
- ICYMI: Stanford Law's notice of ASLH fellowships for Lawrence Friedman and Robert W. Gordon. Sarah Seo calls for removing police from traffic law enforcement (Harvard Gazette). Trust the Teachers, says David W. Blight (The Atlantic).
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