Can the Law Keep Up With the Internet?
Is the Religious Liberty Tent Big Enough to Include the Religious Commitments of Jews?
Ulysses Is 100. Its History Is a Warning.
The Real Lesson of the Disastrous Outcome in the Depp-Heard Trial
Why the Supreme Court Came Within One Vote of Greenlighting Internet Censorship
Elena Kagan Is Mourning American Democracy
The 5th Circuit’s Reinstatement of Texas’ Internet Censorship Law Could Break Social Media
The One Group That Can Stop Elon Musk From Unbanning Trump on Twitter
The First Amendment vs. Free Speech Online
The Truth About the Yale Law Protest That Prompted a Federal Judge to Threaten a Clerkship Blacklist
The Biggest Lie About Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill Erases One Crucial Word
How Online Anonymity Helped One Cyberstalker Hide From Law Enforcement—for a Little While
The Alarming Legal Strategy Behind a SCOTUS Case That Could Undo Decades of Civil Rights Protections
How “Cheap Speech” Threatens Our Electoral System
How Supreme Court Radicalism Could Threaten Democracy Itself
The Real Reason the “People’s Convoy” Is Protesting Just Outside of the Nation’s Capital
A District Judge Just Gave DOJ a Precise Rationale for Prosecuting Trump
The Most Chilling Thing I Heard at the Sarah Palin–NYT Trial Came Before the Verdict
The Sarah Palin–NYT Case Was Headed Toward a Dramatic Finale. Then the Judge Dropped a Bomb.
The Brutal Moment That Sarah Palin’s Testimony Fell Apart at the NYT Trial