Sunday, November 4, 2018

Weekend Roundup

  • From Government Technology a story on HLS's  Caselaw Access Project: “A new free website spearheaded by the Library Innovation Lab at the Harvard Law School makes available nearly 6.5 million state and federal cases dating from the 1600s to earlier this year, in an initiative that could alter and inform the future availability of similar areas of public-sector big data.”  More.
  • The chance to snap up a portrait of Horace Binney we know you’ve been waiting for has arrived.
  • Seth Barrett Tillman comments on Richard H. Fallon, Jr., "Judicial Supremacy, Departmentalism, and the Rule of Law in a Populist Age," 96 Texas Law Review 487 (2018), on the “duty of subordinate Executive Branch officers to obey conflicting commands and policies emanating from the President and the federal courts.”
 Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.