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Supreme Court Gets Supremely Partisan

April 20, 2022

Ketanji Brown Jackson is the latest nominee to be confirmed to the Supreme Court of the United States.  When President Joe Biden nominated now-Justice Jackson on February 25, 2022, he was fulfilling a promise, made on the 2020 Presidential Campaign trail, to nominate the first Black woman to the ...[Continue Reading]

Murder on the “Rust” Express

March 29, 2022

As facts continue to come to light about Halyna Hutchins’s death, there is one thing that is known, Hutchins was fatally shot with a loaded prop gun while on the set of the film, “Rust.”  As the wielder of the weapon, Alec Baldwin has been implicated in her death.  The police have begun to ...[Continue Reading]

The Night the Lights Went Out in SC

March 10, 2022

The name “Murdaugh” has held a position of honor in the South Carolina Lowcountry for over three generations.  In addition to a private law practice, at least one Murdaugh served as the 14th Circuit Solicitor for over 80 years.  The 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office sits between two of the ...[Continue Reading]

Minor League Baseball’s Major Contract Problem

March 9, 2022

Fall signals the arrival of colder weather, brown leaves, and pumpkins.  It also brings one of the best times to be a sports fan with the National Hockey League (NHL) and National Basketball Association (NBA) starting new seasons, the National Football League (NFL) in full swing, and postseason ...[Continue Reading]

Subscription-Based Ownership: The End of Property?

February 1, 2022

It’s not about the fox.  This phrase will cause the ears of first-year law students across the country to perk up, either from fond remembrance of their first Property course, or from the dread of their Property final.  Either way, they will likely recognize this phrase in relation to two ...[Continue Reading]

Monetization of Memes: Who Owns Internet Culture?

October 13, 2021

John Travolta is confused.  He is confused in the doll aisle of a toy store, confused about an answer on the TV show Jeopardy!, and even confused and alone inside the late-night diner in Edward Hopper’s famous painting, “Nighthawks.”  But these are not promotional trailers for a new HBO Max ...[Continue Reading]
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