Law prof blog-watch - Moussaoui, class actions, human shields, law reviews

[JURIST] Today Eric Muller [Is That Legal? blog] of the University North Carolina Law School is thinking about the apparently-forgotten prosecution of suspected terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui. Lawrence Solum [Legal Theory Blog] of Loyola Law School Los Angeles reflects on procedural fairness and class actions in light of Dow Chemical v. Stephenson, the Agent Orange class action case argued today before the US Supreme Court. Tung Yin of the University of Iowa College of Law wonders whether Iraqi co-operation with volunteer human shields would violate international law. Meanwhile, Eugene Volokh at UCLA School of Law has published some of the responses he received to a query about electronic submissions to law reviews.

 

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