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Superheroes and the Law

If it is impossible to kill Superman or Wolverine, does trying to do so constitute a crime?  How does the Second Amendment apply to superheroes?  Can RICO be used to prosecute the Legion of Doom?  Are mutants a protected class? Who foots the bill when a hero damages property while fighting a villain? What happens legally […]

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Yesterday was primary day here in New York, and I hope that everyone who voted in the primary had a good experience with the new voting system. I got so much ink on my hands from the pen that they gave me to fill in the circles on the paper ballot, that it made a […]

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JusticeUpdated

JusticeUpdated is a blog available on the Worldcourts.com website. The stated purpose of the blog is “to keep those interested in ICL and ‘universal jurisdiction’ up-to-date by providing summary information about new developments in these fields.” JusticeUpdated began in March 2010, and has proven to be a good resource if you are looking to keep […]

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times microblog: Latest on Radovan Karadzic. Check out the latest posts! View the microblog or subscribe directly to the latest updates via RSS feed.

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times microblog: Latest on Radovan Kradzic. Check out the latest posts! View the microblog here or subscribe directly to updates via RSS feed.

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times Microblog: Latest On Radovan Karadzic. Check out the latest post! View the microblog here or subscribe directly via RSS feed.

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The Science and Technology Blogs at the USA.gov has been recently updated by a new link to NASA blogs. Check it out yourself. Also, don’t forget you can subscribe to updates at USA.gov via email or RSS feeds.

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The Reference and General Government Blogs via the USA.gov website added the following new blogs: Office of the United States Trade Representative Blog covering U.S. trade issues. United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) where David Kappos, the director of the USPTO, discusses the work of the agency. White House Office of Public Engagement blog […]

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times Microblog: Latest On Radovan Karadzic. You can view the microblog here or you can directly subscribe to it via RSS feed.

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times Microblog: Latest On Radovan Karadzic. You can view the microblog here or you can directly subscribe to it via RSS feed.

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