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Rick Marcus on Public Courts in the United States

Published on: Author: Scott Dodson

My colleague Professor Rick Marcus, who has distinguished himself in procedure circles not just in the U.S. but also quite prominently abroad, has posted a new book chapter titled “Reassessing the Essential Role of the Public Courts: Learning from the American Experience.” The book is focused on the public role of courts from a comparative… Continue reading

Joan Williams on Building Interracial Economic Justice

Published on: Author: Veena Dubal

“How could this have happened?” Every day, for the past 200 days or so, I have heard a friend, colleague, or acquaintance mutter some version of this question. As many of us continue to grieve the election of Donald Trump, we ask—rhetorically—why our fellow Americans thought this man was fit to be president. What “we”… Continue reading

Joan Williams on Understanding the Working Class

Published on: Author: Scott Dodson

My illustrious colleague Joan Williams has published a new book with Harvard Business Review Press called White Working Class: Overcoming Class Cluelessness in America. The book is an expansion of her widely shared (more than 3.5 million times!) essay on the working class and the 2016 presidential election. In the book, Professor Williams offers an… Continue reading