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 ...[read more]
JURIST’s Arjun Mishra interviews famous Supreme Court litigator and civil rights defender Burt Neuborne on his recent book, Madison’s Music: On Reading the First Amendment. Neuborne helped found the Brennan Center of Justice at NYU, has served as Legal Director of the ACLU and special ...[read more]
02/07/2014: NYC police unions pursued stop and frisk appeal.
01/31/2014: New York mayor dropped appeal to stop and frisk reform.
11/22/2013: Federal appeals court upheld stop and frisk ruling.
10/31/2013: Federal appeals court blocked NYPD stop and frisk changes.
09/17/2013: Federal judge ...[read more]
03/22/2014: Ukraine PM signed elements of EU trade pact.
03/21/2014: Russia finalized annexation of Crimea.
03/18/2014: Putin signed treaty incorporating Crimea into Russia.
03/17/2014: Crimea Parliament declared independence following refenderum.
03/13/2014: EU Parliament demanded immediate ...[read more]
03/03/2014: Ninth Circuit revived shareholder suit against BP Alaska.
02/13/2014: Ninth Circuit revived shareholder suit against BP Alaska.
01/10/2014: Federal appeals court upheld multibillion dollar settlement for BP oil spill.
10/02/2013: Federal appeals court rejected judge's interpretation ...[read more]
02/10/2014: Better Markets sued DOJ over JP Morgan settlement.
02/04/2014: JP Morgan Chase paid 614 million in mortgage lending settlement.
01/31/2014: New York judge approved Bank of America settlement over mortgage-backed securities.
10/25/2013: US government reached 51 billion settlement ...[read more]
02/05/2014: Michigan governor included Detroit's pension bailout in budget.
01/16/2014: Detroit 165 million dollar bankruptcy settlement rejected.
12/18/2013: Federal judge ruled Detroit bankruptcy deal too generous towards banks.
12/03/2013: Federal court ruled Detroit eligible for ...[read more]
01/27/2014: Supreme Court asked granted contraception mandate exemption.
01/03/2014: US government asked Supreme Court to lift stay on contraception mandate.
12/31/2013: Supreme Court justice blocked contraception mandate in lawsuit.
10/24/2013: Federal appeals court upheld health care law ...[read more]
12/27/2013: South Sudan government agreed to conditional truce.
12/23/2013: US military personnel deployed to assist in South Sudan evacuation.
12/22/2013: UNMISS partially evacuated staff from South Sudan.
04/29/2012: Sudan declared state of emergency on South Sudan border.
10/12/2011: Sudan ...[read more]
The Sudanese Civil War culminated in an agreement to allow the southern part of the country to succeed if the proposition passed a popular referendum. This was a compromise between the Sudan People's Liberation Movement of the south and the National Congress Party of the north to take a step ...[read more]