A Missing Chapter in the Story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg: A Tribute by the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit.
RBG @ DC Cir. (credit)
- Online from the Supreme Court Historical Society: Sarah Seo discusses The Automotive Fourth Amendment on May 11 at noon (EDT).” (Free for members; $25 for non-members.) And watch, gratis, Brad Snyder on Baseball and the Supreme Court and Joel Richard Paul on The Relevance of Chief Justice John Marshal.
- Jennifer McNabb, University of Northern Iowa, has published Early Modern Ecclesiastical Law and Consistory Courts, a review of R.H. Helmholz’s Profession of Ecclesiastical Lawyers: An Historical Introduction (2019) and two volumes of Depositions in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, ed. William Husband (2019), in Reviews in History.
- Katharine Janes, graduate of UVA Law's JD-MA legal history program and her thesis on Abe Fortas and In re Gault (UVA Law).
- The California State Library has published California Statute-to-Bill Numbers (1900-2020). This “interactive tool contains information regarding California statutes and their corresponding bill numbers dating back to 1900. With a citation, you may be able to find more legislative history online.”
- ICYMI: Saul Cornell on Justices Barrett and Gorsuch and Originalism and gun laws (Slate), and a reply in the National Review. What Heinrich Krieger learned about Jim Crow at the University of Arkansas Law School in the 1930s (Facing South). Public at last: Naomi Wolf's dissertation (Inside Higher Ed). Justice Tom Clark and civil liberties (Waco Tribune-Herald).
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