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"The Law of Emerging Adults" by Ryan

Clare Ryan (Yale University, Law School) has published "The Law of Emerging Adults" on SSRN. Here is the abstract: Law tends to divide people into two groups based on age: children and adults. The age of majority provides a bright… … Continue reading

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Legal Theory Bookworm: "The Right to Do Wrong" by Osiel

The Legal Theory Bookworm recommends The Right to Do Wrong: Morality and the Limits of Law by Mark Osiel.  Here is a description: Common morality―in the form of shame, outrage, and stigma―has always been society’s first line of defense against ethical transgressions. Social … Continue reading

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Tax policy colloquium, week 12: Day Manoli's "The Effects of EITC Correspondence Audits on Low-Income Earners"

Today at the colloquium, Day Manoli presented the above-named paper, which can't be posted yet for IRS clearance reasons. But it promises to be of considerable interest when it comes out. It looks at the data around IRS documentation requests … Continue reading

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"The Canna(business) of Higher Education"

The title of this post is the title of this paper just posted to SSRN and authored by Shelby Slaven, who is a student at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. Here is the paper's abstract: While the … Continue reading

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"The Office" Comes To Northeastern Law @NUSLclic

Northeastern University School of Law parodies "The Office" with this video. What you can do with that law degree! Read more detail on Recent Constitutional Law posts –

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