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MY USA TODAY COLUMN: The American Nobility Pays No Price For Its Failures: Accountability shouldn’…

MY USA TODAY COLUMN: The American Nobility Pays No Price For Its Failures: Accountability shouldn’t just be for the little guy. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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ICANN Accountability Post-JPA: No Meaningful Change Expected

While many are dancing in the streets over todays decision by the US Government to loosen some of its ties to ICANN as its a single governmental authority, Im not convinced this decision will change much on a practical level. … Continue reading

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Study: Bad cops immune to criticism, need greater oversight, accountability

At Texas Standard, we find a report on a new study by Shefali Patil out of the UT-Austin business school proclaiming that police accountability activism causes liberal cops to become dispirited and do a lesser job than their conservative colleagues.Basically, Dr. … Continue reading

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Stephanopoulos on Accountability & Constitutional Law

Nicholas Stephanopoulos (University of Chicago Law School) has posted Accountability Claims in Constitutional Law (Northwestern University Law Review, Vol. 112, No. 5, 2018) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Several of the Supreme Court’s most controversial constitutional doctrines hinge on claims about … Continue reading

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Crowdsourcing letters to representatives for transparency and accountability

“From-Congress is an attempt to collect letters sent by representatives to their constituents. These letters often contain statements by the rep about positions that might otherwise be difficult to discover. This project exists to increase the amount of transparency and … Continue reading

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