- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section: Julio Capó Jr. (Jim Crow Esq."; Ashley Farmer (University of Texas, Austin) on Black women running for Congress;
- The Supreme Court Historical Society has just launched The Supreme Court & the Presidential Election of 1876, "a documentary on the 15-member Electoral Commission (including 5 Supreme Court Justices) appointed to resolve the disputed election."
- New online from Law and History Review and Cambridge Core: Counterterrorism in American Civil Courts: The Role of Letelier v. Republic of Chile, by Alan McPherson.
- "Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis and Social Justice," a discussion featuring Georgetown Law’s Brad Snyder, who is the author of House of Truth, and Jennifer Lowe, the Director of Programs and Strategic Planning of the Supreme Court Historical Society, will be conducted online on November 18, 2020 at 3 pm. It is sponsored by the National Archives, the Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Capital Jewish Museum. Register here.
- Street Law, with the help of the Supreme Court Historical Society, has revamped its site, Landmark Cases of the US Supreme Court.
- A Call for an upcoming event at the Université de Neuchâtel on historical sources of Swiss law here (9-10 Sept. 2021).
Update: a profile of Buffalo Law's Michael Boucai and his article "Before Loving" (UB Now).
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