- The Federal Judicial Center continues its essay series with this one on Myra Bradwell, by Christine Lamberson the Director of the Federal Judicial History Office.
- Congratulations to Noah A. Rosenblum, currently a Samuel I. Golieb Fellow at NYU Law, whose article Power-Conscious Professional Responsibility: Justice Black’s Unpublished Dissent and a Lost Alternative Approach to the Ethics of Cause Lawyering, forthcoming in the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, has just received the Fred C. Zacharias Award from the AALS Section on Professional Responsibility for outstanding scholarship on legal ethics.
- Over at I-CONNect, Mario Alberto Cajas Sarria, Universidad Icesi, Colombia, on "The Colombian Model of Judicial Review of Legislation: A Predecessor to the Austrian Constitutional Court of 1920."
- Ben Ferencz profiled here, and if you don’t know who he is, you should.
- Over at Yale's Law and Political Economy Project blog: Vanessa Ogle on decolonization and tax haven law.
- Catch these two new audio interviews at the New Books Network: Nurfadzilah Yahaya here (New Books in the Indian Ocean World) and Sam Childs Fury Daly here (New Books in African Studies).
- A notice of John Fabian Witt’s American Contagions: Epidemics and the Law from Smallpox to COVID-19 (Yale Daily News). Ronald K.L. Collins reviews Hamilton and the Law (Philadelphia Inquirer). A profile of Tom C. Clark (Weatherford Democrat).
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