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Sagers Writes in Slate on Amazon-Whole Foods Merger

C_SAGERS.jpgChris Sagers, the James A. Thomas Distinguished Professor of Law, wrote an article for Slate recently on Amazon’s proposed acquisition of the grocery chain Whole Foods. He discusses antitrust aspects of the deal, and asks whether the Trump administration could or should challenge it. You can read the article here.

Reading and Exam Week Law Library Hours July 7th-14th

Reading and Exam Week Law Library Hours July 7th-14th:

  • Friday, July 7th 7am-10pm
  • Saturday, July 8th 9am-10pm
  • Sunday, July 9th 10am-Midnight
  • Monday-Wednesday 7am-Midnight
  • Thursday-Friday 7am-8pm

Professor O’Neill Quoted in ABA Journal on Legislative Efforts to Restrict Public Protests

Professor Kevin O’Neill was quoted in the June 2017 issue of the ABA Journal on new legislative efforts to restrict public protests. The article, entitled “Paying for Free Speech: Proposed laws would regulate public protests,” is available here.

Professor Sundahl Publishes Op-Ed on Outer Space Treaty

Prof. Mark Sundahl recently published an editorial in Space News, preemptively addressing issues that were likely to arise during a Senate subcommittee hearing about the Outer Space Treaty. A draft Senate bill issued recently calls for consideration of U.S. withdrawal from the 1967 Outer Space Treaty. In the op-ed, Prof. Sundahl clarifies that U.S. companies are able to operate freely in a peaceful and orderly space environment only because of the Outer Space Treaty. He concludes that U.S. withdrawal would be a catastrophe for law and order in space. Read the editorial here.

Professor Forte’s Essay Published by the Library of Law & Liberty

D_FORTE.jpgThe Library of Law & Liberty recently published an essay by Professor David Forte, which was based on a course on the Presidency that Professor Forte taught at Princeton University in 2016. Professor Forte has been a visitor at Princeton University during the 2016-17 academic year. You can read his essay here.