Featuring longer form articles, CLO award winners, and guest contributions from Campbell Law School professors and local attorneys.
Defendant lawmakers argue the shifting of voters was a ripple effect required to remedy the constitutional defects.
In 2004 the United States Secret Service concludedthat attackers “varied considerably in demographic, background, and other characteristics” and was unable to develop a profile of a “school shooter.” The Secret Service did find that school shooters shared certain characteristics. ...[Continue Reading]
The United States Supreme Court has all but sealed the fate of an Alabama death row inmate who has been imprisoned for the past 30 years. ...[Continue Reading]
The National Football League has recently become a heated battleground as more players continue to engage in peaceful protests, despite comments made by President Donald Trump about standing during the national anthem. ...[Continue Reading]
Senior staff writer Cody Davis explains the current law relating to service animals, as well as ways in which service animal regulations may be improved. ...[Continue Reading]
Associate Editor Blake Drewry provides an in-depth look at the lawsuit filed against President Trump alleging his business profits violate the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution. ...[Continue Reading]
The European Union and the United States have reached a temporary agreement to deal with the falling out of Safe Harbor and the distrust in transatlantic data flows. ...[Continue Reading]
Safe Harbor, the agreement that allowed free exchange of data with EU countries, has been declared invalid by the European Union Court of Justice. ...[Continue Reading]
United States courts no longer apply Security Act claims to purchases of securities exchanges abroad, therefore investors should be cautious when engaging in foreign securities exchanges. ...[Continue Reading]
Courts are increasingly returning to the Calder test for Internet defamation cases. ...[Continue Reading]
Foreign sovereignties can currently commit acts of espionage against the United States without penalty by the federal government; however, a new bill seeking to amend the law will allow new sanctions against foreign hacker groups. ...[Continue Reading]
Martin Shkreli’s arrest for securities fraud calls into question what will happen to his recent purchase of the Wu Tang’s special $2 million dollar album. ...[Continue Reading]
With the expansive nature of the Internet, states need to move quickly to combat the harming effects of revenge porn. ...[Continue Reading]