- "The William & Mary Archive of American LGBTQ Political and Legal History,
a first of its kind in the United States, will be featured at a June 7
event celebrating PRIDE month at the W&M Washington Center" (William and Mary News). Another report of the archive (WYDaily).
- Ron Harris. the Kalman Lubowsky Professor of Law and History, Tel Aviv University, delivered "The Globalization of Company Law 1844-1914," the Youard Lecture in Legal History for 2023, at the University of Oxford Faculty of Law on May 30.
- In The Dark Side of Defamation Law, a featured review in the New Yorker, Jeannie Suk Gersen reviews Actual Malice: Civil Rights and Freedom of the Press in New York Times v. Sullivan by Samantha Barbas. Actual Malice also made the New Yorker’s list of “The Best Books We've Read in 2023 So Far.”
- A recording of that Supreme Court Historical Society session on securities regulation and the Supreme Court with Adam Pritchard and Robert Thompson has been posted to YouTube.
- Ken Bridges, South Arkansas Community College, on the "Brooker Brothers," two African American lawyers who “shaped Arkansas’s legal landscape” (El Dorado News-Times)
- ICYMI: Emily Blanck, Rowan University, on her forthcoming Remembering Emancipation: Juneteenth as America’s Emancipation Holiday (University of North Carolina Press) (Rowan Today). A South Carolina lawyer will ask the Supreme Court to rename Brown v. Board of Education as Briggs v. Elliott (ABAJ). Steven Mintz on Rights Talk (IHE Blog). Troy J.H. Andrade on encountering Queen Lili‘uokalani at the National Portrait Gallery (ACS). A career tip for Brandeis University graduate students from Winston Bowman, Associate Historian at Federal Judicial Center.