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Project Reset in NYC – Lawyerless Transaction in the Criminal Justice System

Project Reset and Similar Programs – Lawyerless Transactions in the Criminal Justice System – An Appalling Due Process Disaster Project Reset is a criminal court diversion program in New York City that seeks to help people who have no prior … Continue reading

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China is Losing the New Cold War by Minxin Pei – Project Syndicate

To be sure, the CPC has undoubtedly taken to heart the first key lesson: strong economic performance is essential to political legitimacy. And the CPC’s single-minded focus on spurring GDP growth over the last few decades has delivered an “economic … Continue reading

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Second District Applies CEQA’s “Subsequent Review” Rules to Uphold EIR Addendum for Revised Target Superstore Project Including “Spot-Zoning” Specific Plan Amendment Authorizing Use

In a lengthy published opinion filed August 23, 2018, the Second District Court of Appeal reversed the trial court’s judgment, and upheld the City of Los Angeles’ addendum to a prior project-level EIR for a Target Superstore as legally sufficient … Continue reading

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Project Dragonfly: Google, Human Rights, and Censorship in China

In 2010, Google shut down its Chinese search engine after a cyberattack from within the country targeted Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists. Google had initially decided to offer a censored search engine in China because it believed that … Continue reading

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Stu Karnes Project Blog, by Students at St. Thomas University School of Law

Readers–especially law student readers–of this blog may be interested in reading The Stu Karnes Project Blog, put together by students of Lauren Gilbert at St. Thomas University School of Law in Miami Gardens, FL. The blog contains reflections of a… … Continue reading

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