By Tom Throneburg Butler. ABSTRACT: This Note examines the Saudi Arabian Regulation on Protection from Abuse—a law that the Saudi Council of Ministers passed in August of 2013 . . . .
By Jim Staihar. ABSTRACT: In the literature on the justification of punishment, unfair advantage theories of punitive desert are prevalent. Several variants have been defended. Although they differ in details, each assumes that a criminal would obtain some unfair advantage or, in other words, an illicit benefit unless he were punished. . .
By Sharon B. Jacobs. ABSTRACT: Presidential unilateralism has become a defining feature of the executive branch. But a related and equally important phenomenon has been largely ignored: federal agency efforts to circumvent statutory federalism boundaries. . .
By Bertrall L. Ross II. Responding to Stephen M. Rich, One Law of Race?. Read the response here.