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Kerr on Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent @GeorgetownLaw

Andrew Jensen Kerr, Georgetown University Law Center, is publishing Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent in Minneosta Law Review Headnotes (2018) (forthcoming). Here is the abstract. Threatening words or images are assumed by American courts to be non-art. But this threshold … Continue reading

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Barnett and Kerr Debate the Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate

(Orin Kerr) The Federalist Society's Faculty Division recently hosted a debate on the constitutionality of the individual mandate between Randy Barnett and myself, moderated by Northwestern lawprof Steven Calabresi. The debate runs about 75 minutes, roughly split between the debate … Continue reading

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Kerr on the Fourt Amendment

Oren Kerr has posted a new version of Four Models of Fourth Amendment Protection on SSRN. Here is the abstract:The Fourth Amendment protects reasonable expectations of privacy, but the Supreme Court has refused to provide a consistent explanation for what… … Continue reading

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Is There Any “There” There? (Blog Debate: Kerr on Levmore)

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Legal Intervention in Virtual Worlds (Blog Debate: Levmore on Kerr)

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