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Bankruptcy Courts Are No Longer Courts of Equity
May 1, 2015
JURIST Guest Columnist Harrison Thorne ofUCLA School of Law discusses the role of bankruptcy courts in equity... Bankruptcy law, embodied in Title 11 of the United States Code (also known as "the Bankruptcy Code"), strives to balance the rights of creditors to receive payment for what they are owed....... [more]

Pakistan court jails 10 for life for Malala Yousafzai attack
April 30, 2015
A Pakistan anti-terrorism court in the Swat region sentenced 10 men to life in prison on Thursday for their involvement in the 2012 attack on education activist Malala Yousafzai. Yousafzai, then 15, was shot in the head on her school bus on her way home from school, and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakist....... [more]

US State Department condemns Azerbaijan for human rights lawyer imprisonment
April 26, 2015
The US Department of State (DOS) released a statement Thursday condemning the imprisonment of human rights lawyer Intigam Aliyev and calling for his release. Aliyev was sentenced to seven and a half years in prison and a three-year ban from holding public office for on charges of illegal entrepreneu....... [more]

Last chance to vote for JURIST in the 2015 Webby Awards!
April 22, 2015
JURIST has been nominated in New York for a prestigious Webby Award as the best Law website of 2015. By virtue of being a nominee, JURIST is eligible for the Webby People's Voice award in addition to the judge's award. We hope you'll support JURIST and our staff of dedicated law students by voting f....... [more]

A Tale of Two Liberties: Indiana's Religious Freedom Laws and Implications beyond Marriage Equality
April 22, 2015
JURIST Guest Columnist Jeremiah A. Ho of the University of Massachusetts School of Law, discusses the amended Indiana "religious freedom" bills and marriage equality issues in the US... Despite a gaining momentum for extending marriage rights to same-sex couples nationwide, tension still exists in....... [more]

Kenji Yoshino - JURIST Interview
April 21, 2015
JURIST Editorial Coordinator Arjun Mishra interviews famous Constitutional law scholar and author, Kenji Yoshino. Kenji Yoshino is one of the most prominent scholars of the Constitution and the Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at New York University School of Law. His main a....... [more]

California's water restriction and its beneficial incentives
April 21, 2015
JURIST Guest Columnist Griffen Thorne, Student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, discusses water use restrictions in the State of California ... On April 1, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown issued Executive Order B-29-15 ("EO"), which mandates gargantuan water-use restrictions thr....... [more]

Oklahoma University and the Free Speech Battle of the Decade
April 15, 2015
JURIST Guest Columnist Cliff H. Mason II, Valparaiso University School of Law, Class of 2016, discusses whether a racist chant performed by fraternity members of the Oklahoma University is protected under the First Amendment, or the university president has the capacity to act ... "You can hang th....... [more]

Vote for JURIST in the 2015 Webby Awards!
April 14, 2015
JURIST has been nominated in New York for a prestigious Webby Award as the best Law website of 2015. By virtue of being a nominee, JURIST is eligible for the Webby People's Voice award in addition to the judge's award. We hope you'll support JURIST and our staff of dedicated law students by voting f....... [more]

Security Screening: Science or Sorcery?
April 13, 2015
JURIST Guest Columnist Tung Yin, of Lewis and Clark Law School, discusses the effectiveness of TSA screening policies and how those policies affect our privacy rights...In the fall of 2001, I went on the market to become a law professor, and I was fortunate enough to do a fair amount of flying for....... [more]

California senate committee advances bill banning child vaccine exemption
April 9, 2015
A California senate committee on Wednesday approved a bill that would prohibit parents of school children from citing their personal beliefs as a reason to let the children remain unvaccinated. The proposed legislation, introduced by Senators Dr. Richard Pan and Ben Allen, would continue to allow m....... [more]




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