Charles Manson’s Cell Phones

Behind California prison walls, greed trumps security because of an unlikely villain: the prison guards’ union.

The Wild Wild Web and Alter Egos

What do the TV series Deadwood, a voice changer, and tort doctrine have to do with each other? Bonhomme v. St. James, a case that Kirk Sigmon argues overextends the doctrine of fraudulent misrepresentation in the Internet context.

Through the Looking Glass: Law Journals Unmasked

Mystyc Metrik begins her column exploring the history and mechanics of law journals with a discussion of the inception of law journals.

A Watershed Moment

James Hicks discusses why flooding is getting worse, and the special purpose district that would help.

The White House’s Malnourished CVE Policy

Guest blogger Chris Heffelfinger is the author of Radical Islam in America: Salafism’s Journey from Arabia to the West and a Research Fellow at the Global Terrorism Research Center at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. In this blog post, Heffelfinger argues that the first official white house policy initiative to combat terrorist radicalization will ultimately be ineffective.

Morocco’s Divisive Family Law: Harmonizing Tradition and Modernity?

Ann Eisenberg discusses her forthcoming note discussing the new era of Moroccan family law, evaluating the impact of King Mohammed VI’s divisive Moudawana.