Bob Wessels of University of Leiden has authored Rembrandt’s Money, a comprehensive overview of the legal and financial aspects of the life and work of the 17th century Dutch artist. Wessels investigates rarely discussed parts of Rembrandt’s private life, including his bankruptcy in 1656.Continue Reading
The National Constitution Center’s America’s Town Hall series hosted ‘Does the Presidency Need Reform?’ exploring the role of the president in the constitutional system. Panelist Saikrishna Bangalore Prakash of UVA Law engaged in discussion on the original conception of presidential power and its expansion over time ...Continue Reading
In his recent guest column in The Lufkin Daily News, Nathan L. Hecht of the Supreme Court of Texas has co-authored a piece on how civil legal aid can be used to help veterans in a post-Covid-19 environment.
Excerpted from the piece:
“One may easily overlook the myriad ...Continue Reading
The Stanford Program in Law Science & Technology hosted the “Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices Conference,” an event for in-house counsel and practitioners who work in or for internet, e-commerce, mobile, social networking, and cloud companies. The November conference addressed current issues in the industry and suggested solutions ...Continue Reading
Linda Greenhouse of Yale Law School has published Justice on the Brink, analyzing the changes in the Supreme Court of the United States from the 2019-2020 to the 2020-2021 Terms.
At the end of the Supreme Court’s 2019–20 term, the center was holding ...Continue Reading